Mount Gambier is a city, not a mountain. It is the second largest city in South Australia. It is located on the slope of an extinct volcano. There are special cave gardens, cultural heritage buildings, and craters. The city is clean and tidy, the houses are beautiful, there are some period buildings and restaurants. The blue lake and valley lake are lakes produced by volcanoes. One is blue and the other is green. They are very beautiful. The crater on the top of Mount Schank is a very big cave. There is a path along the top to go around. I walked for about half an hour. The crater is already covered with green plants, but there is volcanic ash next to it. It is a very special one. view. Looking down from the top of the mountain, there are pastures all around, and flocks of cattle and sheep are equally beautiful.
Mount Gambier is an extinct volcano, forming a volcanic lake on the crater. There were four volcanic lakes in Gambier, two of which disappeared due to drying up. The water source of the Blue Lake is composed of rainwater and groundwater. The vibrant and clean water quality has become the water supply for the locals. There is a large revolving viewing platform by the lake, which can enjoy the panoramic view of the Blue Lake and the appearance of the town of Gambier. And strolling on the 3.6 kilometers of sightseeing roads around, the scenery along the way is also very intoxicating and unique.