Pelican Point

This rocky point is popular for discovering the coastal environment. Drive on to Blackfellows Caves, a small fishing village, the road back to Kongorong is a 10 kilometre unsealed road. 

Port MacDonnell

Proclaimed “The Southern Rock Lobster Capital of Australia”, interesting to all ages with its history, beaches, walks, fishing and surfing. Walk through the remnant vegetation or observe bird life at Germein Reserve or BBQ or picnic at Clarke’s Park. At the Old Lighthouse view interesting rock formations, at dusk view Little Penguins return to their nesting cove in the rugged cliffs near Cape Northumberland. A must see is the Maritime Museum, which interprets the many shipwrecks along the rugged coastline, and early life in a seaside village. You can view the community mural.

Little Blue Lake

Due south off Bay Road to the right is one of the many water filled sinkholes which provide a “window” into the underground water system.

Ewens Ponds

The underground water bubbles upwards through its underwater garden. A popular place for experienced snorkelers and divers.

Carpenter Rocks

A safe swimming beach which is also a haven for the local fishing fleet. Continue a short drive west to Cape Banks Lighthouse where a memorial has been erected in memory of the 89 lives lost when the trading vessel Admella came to grief in 1859.

Contact Details

Kerry Guerin
General Manager
17 Crouch St S
Mount Gambier, SA 5290
Australia
Mobile: +61 409 838 599
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https://www.mountgambier-accommodation.com.au

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