Discover the hidden treasures and natural wonders of the limestone coast of South Australia. Spend the day exploring the Umpherston Sinkhole, Engelbrecht Cave, the Blue Lake, and then onto the coastline town of Port MacDonnell. Enjoy a light lunch as well as a stop for afternoon tea, to keep you fuelled on this fun-filled day out. Your guide will drop you back to Mount Gambier, so you can sit back and relax.
Enjoy accommodation pick-up and transfer from your Mount Gambier based accommodation. Travelling in an air-conditioned mini bus you will enjoy the sights in comfort whilst being chauffeured around by one of our experienced drivers who are full of local knowledge. Explore caves, take in the sights at the Blue and Valley Lakes area, visit a local museum and coastline town famous for its Rock Lobster! First stop is the Umpherston Sinkhole, a collapsed limestone cave now covered in lush wildlife. You can walk onto the garden floor and look up at the green walls and blue sky. Next up is the Engelbrecht Cave, where you will take the tour and climb in to discover to cool, calm cave interior, with underwater caverns and tunnels to explore.The Blue Lake boasts a vibrant cobalt blue colour during the months of December through to March each year, making for excellent photo opportunities. Feasts Museum is on the way to Port MacDonnell, where you can browse through collections of all sorts, shapes and sizes. The last stop before returning to Mount Gambier is the coastal town of Port MacDonnell, the rock lobster capital of South Australia!