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Pine Country Caravan Parks is the ideal spot to base yourself while you explore and discover the magnificent Limestone Coast Region. Pine Country is only 3 klm from Mount Gambier which is well known for its spectacular geographical surroundings of volcanic craters, sinkholes, limestone caves and the world renowned Blue Lake. Considered to be the most unique and breathtaking attraction in the area and the regions most visited tourist spot, the Blue Lake is only one kilometre from the park.
The quiet and peaceful country park set in a beautiful natural bush setting has a variety of accommodation options for the budget conscious traveller and is the perfect place to relax and unwind after spending the day sightseeing the many attractions and wonders of the area. Your friendly hosts Peter and Elly Hood, offer powered and unpowered sites suitable for tents, camper trailers, caravans and motorhomes, with some en-suite sites also available for those who want that extra bit of comfort and convenience.
Sites are grassed and shady or you can choose a spot in the sun if you have solar. The powered and en-suite sites are drive thru for those who want to stay hitched will easily accommodate the larger RV. Camping sites are pet friendly and Peter and Elly provide your furry friends with a one acre paddock so they can enjoy running around and exercising, off leash.The well facilitated park provides clean amenities, a fully equipped laundry, childrens playground, tennis court, camp kitchen, outside undercover BBQ’s, two cosy campfire pits (wood supplied) and well-maintained grounds to ensure your stay is comfortable and enjoyable.
If your wanting a night out of the van or to catch up with family and friends who aren’t the avid camper, Pine Country can help with a range of 1 & 2 bedroom en-suite cabins, cabin-vans, basic cabins and onsite vans.
This park is a part of the Family Parks Network, who represent independent caravan parks and camping grounds promoting fantastic holiday destinations for holiday lovers throughout Australia and New Zealand.
HOW TO GET THERE
From the centre of Mount Gambier turn south on the Riddoch Highway (B66) at the junction with the Princes Highway (A1); follow for 4.4km and turn left into Kilsby Road, the park is on the right.
Turn at the park sign and pull up at the reception on the left.
FEES & BOOKINGS
Seasonal Rates Apply.
Prices are for two adults,
Fee is from $25/night for unpowered sites, $35/night for powered sites and from $43/night.for powered en-suite sites
1 Bedroom en-suite cabins from $80/night
2 Bedroom en-suite cabins from $90/night
Minimum booking periods may apply
THINGS TO DO
The Blue Lake
A sealed road takes you all around the perimeter; stop at the lookouts for panoramic views and marvel at its mysterious colour change in warmer weather.
Valley Lake & Centenary Tower
Drive down into the Valley Lake area and enjoy the free Wildlife Conservation Park, with koalas and kangaroos. The magnificent view is worth the short, steep walk from the car park to the highest point in the area, Centenary Tower.
The beauty of the Umpherston Sinkhole, also known as the sunken gardens, has to be seen to be believed. Appreciate its size and depth from the viewing platforms at the top of the sinkhole, then walk down into the sinkhole along the terraces and behind the hanging vines.
A unique cave close to the centre of Mount Gambier. Take a tour to discover why cave divers swim through the water filled passages under the streets and roads of the city.
Beautiful roses are a stunning feature of the famous Cave Garden, a state heritage area, in the centre of Mount Gambier.
The Main Corner and Riddoch Art Gallery
The Main Corner and Riddoch Art Gallery emerges from the historic dolomite building, connecting Mount Gambier’s history, with interactive displays that will appeal to adults and children alike.
Volcano & Sound and Light Exhibits
This big screen cinematic experience wows the senses as it weaves its way through its incredible story of how eight major eruptions created Mount Gambier.
Mount Gambier Library
Named as the best small public library in the world, offers free Wi-Fi, access to computers, a children’s play area featuring a fantasy world of caves and underwater adventures for children to explore, or have a coffee or lunch in the Bookmark Cafe, overlooking the Cave Garden.