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Kalganyi Holiday Park

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Kalganyi Holiday Park is situated next door to Mount Gambier Market Place, which features Big W, Woolworths, Variety shops, Eateries, Masters hardware, fuel outlet and approx. 2.5 km from town centre.

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cabin accommodation

cabin accommodation

We have a wide variety of accomodation and sites to suit any budget or needs.
Deluxe 3B/R Penthouse suite, Spa cabin, 2&3 bedroom deluxe cabins,2 B/R holiday units, Fully Self Contained ensuite brick units, 36 powered ensuite sites plus powered sites.

Facilities include a solar heated pool to compliment the playground,half court tennis/basketball and games room. BBQ's and fully enclosed camp kitchen (ideal for large groups)avail free of charge for patrons. A kiosk with I/net access avail at reception, along with tourist information & brochures.

Our experienced and friendly staff can assist you with your group accomodation needs, making the largest gathering easy to organise.

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What's on at Mount Gambier

Fork and Cork - Mount Gambier Food and Wine Festival


Limestone Coast, South Australia
28 Feb 2015 to 01 Mar 2015

The Garden Square in Mount Gambier will again come alive as the Fork and Cork enters its second year, with local wine and produce as we deliver a festival fuelled by flavours, where you will engage in hands-on workshops with local Chefs.
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Generations In Jazz


South Australia
01 May 2015 to 03 May 2015

Generations In Jazz is an annual weekend Jazz Festival held in Mount Gambier, Australia.
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Attractions near Kalganyi Holiday Park

Piccaninnie Ponds Conservation Park



At Piccaninnie Ponds you can snorkel across the top of The Chasm and peer down into the dark depths below. The crystal clear waters have been slowly filtering through the limestone and forming the Pond's features over thousands of years. The freshwater rising to the surface under pressure has eroded a weakness in the limestone to form The Chasm, with its white walls covered in delicate green algal growth contrasting with the dark depths below.
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Cave Gardens



Situated in the centre of the city, Cave Gardens feature a sinkhole that was the original source of water for the early settlers. Its beauty and significance can be appreciated from the viewing areas above and you can also walk down into the cave and venture out onto the suspended viewing platforms for an awesome view into the cave.
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Mount Gambier Crater Lakes



The Mount Gambier Crater Lakes area is made up of three main craters containing several lakes including Browne's Lake, Valley Lake, Leg of Mutton Lake and the world famous Blue Lake.
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Mount Gambier Crater Lakes Mountain Bike Trail



Enjoy cycling through spectacular scenery set among Mount Gambier's extinct volcanic crater lakes, on the Crater Lakes Mountain Bike Trail.
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The Old Courthouse



The Old Courthouse located on Bay Road, was once the centre for law enforcement for the region, and still retains original courtroom furniture. It was the site of several important criminal trials.
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Blue Lake Printworks and Blue Lake Print Gallery



The Blue Lake Print Gallery has a large range of beautifully presented Australian landscape photography ranging in subject from the Great Ocean Road and Otway Ranges, Melbourne, Ballarat and the Grampians of Victoria to the Limestone Coast, Fleurieu Peninsula and Adelaide, South Australia. Photographs cover a huge range of local scenery from coastal, to sunsets, rivers, mountains, waterfalls, farm and rural scenes and Australian fauna and wildlife.
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Blue Lake Sports Park



Recognised as one of the best multi-purpose sporting reserves in provincial Australia, the Blue Lake Sports Park area of 32 hectares comprises extensive sporting facilities within a landscaped environment. With its vast areas of well-kept grass and tree-lined areas, is a popular recreational ground for family barbecues and walkers.
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Centenary Tower



Walk to Centenary Tower, 190 metres above sea level for spectacular views of the lakes, the city and the beautiful countryside. Opened in 1904, the tower includes an extensive display of early photographs of the Lakes area.
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Echo Farm



Echo Farm is a 27 acre rural property with house and outbuildings dating from 1890. It has been restored with integrity and now offers a glimpse of rural life and times from 1900 to 1950. It provides a window on Australian history and the life of a rural settler family during this time.
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Laughton Park Gardens and Tearooms



Laughton Park Gardens and Tearooms is a tranquil oasis consisting of a waterfall descending through four ponds into a lake with a dolphin fountain and an island. A two-storey Swiss chalet cubbyhouse furnished to scale sits above a barbecue area located beside the waterfall. Extensive rock retaining walls wind their way up the slope to an elegant English rotunda set in an amphitheatre of stone and colourful plants, backed by a large three-tiered fountain set in a rose arbour. Ducks and fish are fed on the lake. There is a new 80-foot boardwalk at the back of the lake with fish and two viewing platforms.
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The Lady Nelson



The Lady Nelson Centre has been built around a full-scale replica of the brig HMS Lady Nelson, from which Lieutenant James Grant sighted and named Mount Gambier in 1800.
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Umpherston Sinkhole



Umpherston Sinkhole, also known, as The Sunken Garden was once a cave formed through dissolution of the limestone. The sinkhole was created when the top of the chamber collapsed downwards. Now the topsoil down on the floor of the cave forms the perfect environment for the sunken garden.
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Aquifer Tours



The Blue Lake at Mount Gambier is a unique attraction. Water in the lake is exceptionally clear, the quality is very good, but it is hard due to infiltration through limestone, which underlies the district The colour of the Blue Lake changes from dramatically grey to a vivid blue over a few days in late November. Then, after summer the colour gradually fades until the grey winter appearance is resumed.
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Blue Lake



The Blue Lake in Mount Gambier occupies one of the craters of the extinct volcano after which the city has been named.
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Blue Lake Public Golf Links



This is Mount Gambier's only public, licensed golf club. The public course has 18 holes, is a par 70 and has an Australian course rating of 68. Its length is 5638 metres and motorised buggies are available to traverse the length. Club hire and group bookings are also catered for.
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Blue Lake Rotary Lookout



The Blue Lake Rotary Lookout provides excellent views of the Blue Lake and Blue Lake Pumping Station, the entire crater area and the rich agricultural land to the south including Mount Schank and the southern coastline of the district. Tours of Pumping Station to see the Blue Lake at close proximity are available most days. The Rotary Lookout is also known as Waworong Lookout, which is the Aboriginal word of the local Booandik Tribe for Blue Lake.
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Dingley Dell Conservation Park



If you enjoy Australian Poetry, a visit to Dingley Dell Conservation Park is a must. In this peaceful bushland setting lies the cottage of Adam Lindsay Gordon, one of Australia's famous poets. An eccentric and talented character, Gordon lived at Dingley Dell from 1864 until 1867 where he indulged in his two great passions, horses and writing. For an insight into his colourful life, take a stroll through his cottage (now a museum) where you can see some of Gordon’s personal belongings and read his lyrical works.
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Engelbrecht Cave



Engelbrecht Cave is one of the Limestone Coasts fascinating cave sites. Inside the cave you will find a viewing platform and much of the cave is accessible to divers.
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Haig Vineyard



Haig Vineyard is located south east of the famous Blue Lake just out of Mount Gambier. The vines were planted in 1982 and include Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon.
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Kanawinka Global Geopark



Australia may be referred to as a relatively young nation, but the well preserved ancient landscape provides many precious windows into the past. The Kanawinka Global Geopark takes you on a surprising journey through this amazing landscape, enabling visitors to travel back in time over thousands and thousands of years.
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Mount Gambier Aquatic Centre



The Mount Gambier Aquatic Centre is seen as a major leisure facility for the residents of both the southeastern corner of South Australia and the western district of Victoria.
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Mount Gambier Golf Club



The Mount Gambier Golf Course has a Par 71, 6,014 metres and has an Australian Course Rating of 71. The course is undulating with many of the holes played from elevated tees. The fairways are lush and tree lined, the greens are large, challenging and very true. The course is extremely well bunkered with conditions excellent all year round.
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Riddoch Art Gallery



Riddoch Art Gallery is composed of three galleries hosting a variety of exhibitions to appeal to a broad range of the community and the travelling public.
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The Lady Nelson Visitor and Discovery Centre



Servicing an average of 80,000 visitors annually, The Lady Nelson Visitor and Discovery Centre provides a personalised information service on Mount Gambier and the Limestone Coast in the south east region of South Australia.
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Valley Lake Conservation Park



The Valley Lake Conservation Park is popular all year round with its excellent playground and recreational area. The Conservation Park presents indigenous species of flora and fauna in an environment very similar to that which would have originally been found in the area.
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Mount Gambier

Park
Kalganyi Holiday Park
Rating
Address
Cnr Penola & Bishops Rds, PO Box 1440, Mount Gambier
GPS
South 37° 48.15 East 140° 47.33

Contact Information

Phone
(08) 8723 0220
Fax
(08) 8723 0218
Free Call 1800 651 746
Email
toptourist@kalganyi.com.au
Website
www.kalganyi.com.au

Park Details

Features
Cabin
Non Smoking
Ensuite Powered Site
Powered Site
Tent Site
Linen Hire
Credit Card Facilities
Tourist Information
Shopping Facilities Nearby
Email
Ensuite Cabin
Drive-thru Powered Sites
Airconditioning/Heating
Camp Kitchen
Shop/Kiosk
Amenities Block with Invalid Assistant
Barbeques
Swimming Pool
Motorhomes
Games Facilities
Children's Playground
Pets

Cabins and Charges

2 Persons From
Deluxe Cabin $125
FSC brick Ensuite Units $80
Non-ensuite Unit $60
Extra Children (2-12yrs) - cabins $12
Extra Adult (12yrs +) - Cabins $15
Ensuite Powered Site $40
Powered Site $33
Extra Children (2-12yrs) - sites $6
Extra Adult (12yrs +) - sites $10

Additional Notes

The Resident Proprietors and Staff of Kalganyi extend to you a warm welcome to enjoy our hospitality in a secluded private park with a tranquil tree lined lawn setting.

Specials

As per Kalganyi web site.
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