The blue lake of Mount Gambier, which occupies a crater of the dead volcano, has been rejuvenated from blue-gray blue since March, when the blue-gray blue of the lake suddenly turns into bright blue-green in early November.
Beautiful lake, the water color of the lake in the sun is really beautiful. There are several places to park around the lake, free parking, casual photo, no tickets. If you are going to walk around the limestone coast, this place is definitely coming.
The Blue Lake is a volcanic lake formed by a volcanic lava in Mount Gambier. The water here is very clear, showing a deep blue color, hence the name. The scenery around the lake is very pleasant, and there are many flora and fauna resources, which is definitely suitable for hiking.
The Blue Lake in Mount Gambier is a barrier lake formed by volcanic activity. The lake is very deep, showing a deep blue, very beautiful, the lake is not very big, and there are many fishes living in it. Apart from the caves, Mount Gambier is the most worthwhile place to visit.
No money, worth going. It's about 7 hours from Melbourne. It is far away because it is a drinking water source protection area. It is bluer when the summer is hotter, and looks like amber from a distance