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Tower Motor Inn - 140 Jubilee Highway West Mount Gambier SA 5290

Convenient Location

Chemist King 250 metres
Western Tavern 250 metres
IGA Supermarket 500 metres
Engelbrecht Cave 1 min
TAFE SA 1 min
Central Shopping Plaza 2 min
Mount Gambier -
Community RSL
2 min
Mount Gambier Hospital 4 min
Blue Lake 5 min
Mount Gambier Airport 13 min
Coonawarra wine regions 44 min

 

Towns Nearby

Port Mac Donnell 29 km
Nelson 38 km
Penola 52 km
Millicent 48 km
Naracoorte 104 km
Robe 129 km

 

Find Us

140 Jubilee Highway West
Mount Gambier SA 5290 [map]

 

Call Us

Toll Free: 1800 826 894
Phone: (08) 8724 9411

 Toll Free: 1800 826 894

Great Reasons
To Stay With Us

Free Wi-Fi Internet at Tower Motor Inn Free Wi-Fi Internet
All Rooms are Non-Smoking at Tower Motor Inn All Rooms are Non-Smoking
All Rooms are Air-conditioned / Heating at Tower Motor Inn All Rooms are Air-conditioned / Heating
Room service cooked or continental breakfast at Tower Motor Inn Room service cooked or continental breakfast
LCD HD TV and DVD and Blu -Ray Players at Tower Motor Inn LCD HD TV and DVD and Blu -Ray Players
Tower Motor Inn only 2 mins to City Centre 2mins  to City Centre
Tower Motor Inn is close to Mount Gambier Hospital Close to Mount Gambier Hospital
Golden Chain Discount at Tower Motor Inn Platinum Golden Chain
Outdoor Decking area with Water Feature at Tower Motor Inn Outdoor Kitchen with BBQ
Large parking area for trailers at Tower Motor Inn Large parking area for trailers

Golden Chain Discount at Tower Motor Inn

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Local Area

 

Magnificent Blue Lake

Magnificent Blue Lake

Famous for its Blue Lake which changes colour dramatically each year. It is one of 3 lakes within the volcanic crater.

Experience this fascinating 45 minute tour which takes visitors in a glass panelled lift down the original dolomite well shaft, from which the water was originally extracted. Walk through a tunnel to see the Blue Lake at close proximity. Learn about the Hydrology of Mount Gambier's Water supply and aquifer system. www.aquifertours.com

 

Engelbrecht Cave

Engelbrecht Cave

This huge complex of limestone caves under the city was first explored in 1884. Cave divers regularly explore this site and have provided maps showing the underground cave system. Tours take visitors down into two of the chambers.  Learn how caves are formed and how the underground water filters through the limestone, making its way to the Blue Lake. www.engelbrechtcave.com.au

 

Umpherston Sinkhole

Umpherston Sinkhole Umpherston Sinkhole

Once a cave, formed through the dissolution of the limestone, this sinkhole was created when the top of the chamber fell into the floor of the cave, creating the perfect environment for its sunken garden. Originally beautified by James Umpherston around 1886. It is open at all times and each evening the possums venture out to feed. www.mountgambiertourism.com.au

 

Sound and Light Show at the Cave Garden

Cave Gardens Platform & Sideview

A spectacular sound and light show which tells our indigenous dreamtime stories. Best viewed down in the cave. Nightly times vary to season and daylight saving. The cave garden sinkhole was the original source of water for the early settlers. Famous for its roses the cave gardens is a great place for a picnic.

 

Kanawinka Geotrail

The Kanawinka region gets its name from the geological fault that stretches from Portland (Victoria) to Naracoorte

(South Australia). The Kanawinka Geotrail takes you on a surprising journey through Australia's most extensive volcanic province with over 60 sites enabling visitors to travel back in time over thousands of years. Kanawinka is an aboriginal term meaning "Land of Tomorrow".  The area is Internationally recognised as the Kanawinka Global Geopark. www.kanawinka.org.au

 

Port MacDonnell and District Maritime Museum

A small Museum with a large display covering 30 ships that were wrecked on the coast. View a collection of maritime artifacts and discover the early history of Port MacDonnell and information on the current local fishing industry.

 

Centenary Tower

Centenary Tower

From the lakes car park walk to Centenary Tower, 190 metres above sea level for spectacular views of the lakes, the city and beautiful countryside. Opened in 1904 a small fee provides entry to the Tower which includes an extensive display of early photographs of the crater lakes area. Binoculars are supplied and the tower is open when the flag is flying. mountgambiertourism.com.au

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