The Gordon Monument
Many people are also familiar with the Gordon Monument, standing since 1887 on a stony ridge above the road between the Leg of Mutton and Blue Lakes.
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The Blue Lake Wall and Rook's Walk
The building of the high stone wall for ten chains along the Bay Road by the Blue Lake, near the Gordon Monument, was the single most important result of the Great Working Bee of November 27, 1918.
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The Blue Lake Pumping Station
Meticulously cared for, both inside and out, the old Blue Lake Pumping Station perches gracefully on a ledge 150 feet above the water level in the crater.
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Geological History
The Gambier Limestone, which underlies much of the South-East of South Australia, was deposited when the sea covered a large part of the southern Australian landscape more than 15 million years ago.
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The Blue Lake Car Vauxhall
On an evening in February of 1936, the car was involved in an accident which caused its near fatal plunge into the Blue Lake at Mount Gambier. John Dutton was thrown clear of the car as it rolled some 300 feet down the very steep wall of the lake, and he survived because his body was caught by a lone thorn bush which stopped him following the car into the water.  click here for more...