Recommended 👍 Cave Garden, overlooking it from the top viewing platform, then walking down the terrace and suspended vines into the garden. Opossums appear at dusk and enjoy being fed fresh fruit (please do not feed bread).
Overall it is ok to drop in here. No tickets, but we came in late January when the hydrangea was thanked, so we did not get a beautiful photo, fortunately the weather was very sunny.
The second attraction in Gambier is the cave garden. It is a garden transformed from a mine pit. It is open for free and is very distinctive. This one is worth visiting, not far from the Blue Lake.
You can't see this garden from the ground. When you get closer, you find that there is no other world. From above, it doesn't feel any more. After you walk down the stairs, you feel that it really looks like a small world. Although the area is small, it is full of various plants and flowers. Even the walls are green, and the temperature feels a few degrees lower. Walking in this garden is like being in a small fairy tale world, it is recommended to take a look!
Mount Gambier is a famous cave gathering place in Australia. There are many underground caves, and the cave garden here is a very strange place. At the intersection of a karst cave, the plants here are very lush, but it is underground, which is really amazing and it is definitely worth visiting.
Mount Gambier in Australia has many naturally formed caves, and the cave garden is a garden in a cave. In fact, this dragon cave is a tiankeng. The climate in the tiankeng is very warm and humid, with many flowers and plants planted, which is very beautiful. It is worth coming to experience such a different kind of scenery, it is quite amazing.