This region has its own fair share of natural wonders including a large blue lake, some of the world’s oldest caves, mysterious sinkholes and pristine beaches.
- Marvel at the spectacular formations of the limestone caves and fossil deposits created over thousands of
years, at the World Heritage-listed Naracoorte Caves.
- The Blue Lake in Mount Gambier is a dormant volcano
and is famous for the brilliant blue colour it turns during
the warmer weather.
- Visit the beauty of Umpherston Sinkhole to see the sunken garden. The park is a remnant of a late 19th century garden with its lush greenery and picturesque views from the terraces. The perfect spot for a picnic.