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Mount Gambier

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GMT+9.5
Mount Gambier Airport (Code: MGB)
35 Jubilee Hwy E, Mount Gambier SA 5290
(08) 8724 9750

Introduction of Mount Gambier

Mount Gambier is located in (Limestone Coast), the limestone coast of South Australia, about 430km by car from Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, and about 180km from (Warrnambool), Vanampur, at the end of Oceanic Road (Great Ocean Road). About 425km from Victoria's capital Melbourne, it is South Australia's second-largest city.

Mount Gambier is a small town built on the site of the Dead Volcano, administratively owned by South Australia, but geographically located between Adelaide and Melbourne, there are many departures from Melbourne to take Adelaide as a destination. (Great Ocean Road), a self-driving ocean road, will pass through Mount Gambier, and serve as a common holiday destination for Adelaide and Melbourne residents.

Mount Gambier is picturesque, surrounded by the ancient volcanic lake, Mount Gambier crater, Lake (Mount Gambier Crater Lakes), which consists of three major craters, the largest of which is Lake Browne (Browne's Lake), Valley Lake (The Valley Lake), Yangjiu Lake (Leg of Mutton Lake) and the world-renowned Blue Lake (The Blue Lake), are now left with only Blue Lake and Valley Lake due to changes in weather and geology, while Sheep leg Lake and Lake Browne have dried up in the 1960s and 1980s.

The 3.6km road and walkway around Blue Lake leads directly to many attractions, the core of Mount Gambier, and the Cave Garden (Umpherston Sinkhole) and Mount Gambier Prison Hotel (The Old Mount Gambier Gaol) are also places to visit.


Time Zone:

  • 芒特甘比尔所属的南澳大利亚州使用澳大利亚中部标准时间(ACST),比北京时间快1.5小时
  • 南澳大利亚州采用夏令时(约每年10月至来年4月),届时和北京时间的时差将变为2.5小时。

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