Lady Nelson Visitor Centre, Mount Gambier

Mount Gambier lies half way between Adelaide and Melbourne, but that’s not the only reason we’re perfectly centred. Mount Gambier strikes the ideal balance between the vibrant lifestyle of a big city and comforts of a small town, combining cultural progress and tradition, with modern conveniences and the preservation of natural beauty – be it our iconic blue lake, or our many caves, sinkholes and parks. Whether you’re here to stay, or just passing through, enjoy the best of both worlds in Mount Gambier.

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  • The Lady Nelson centre is also a visitor information centre which is why we stopped there... my uncle had a quest to get a fridge magnet from each town we visited. :) It was rather interesting to arri...  more »
  • Went in for a map, the lovely lady was so helpful and told us about the painted silo's not to miss on our way up to Adelaide for a wedding, which broke up the monotony of a long inland drive, should h...  more »
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  • Very helpful staff who know the local area thoroughly. The visitor centre has free exhibits explaining the history of the region and has the Lady Nelson sail ship outside of the centre making for good photos. You can purchase tickets for the bus services from this location as well.
  • There was a hologram presentation of Lady Nelson.... It was really good ...and pondered upon it quite a while before figuring out how it was working .... The lady there was very helpful .... providing us with a map and explaining what each place had... How long it takes to reach there and how much time one might spend there ... Again it all depends on what you would like to do.... It was really helpful for us to plan out...the next day...

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