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Mount Gambier Cave Gardens

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Panorama of Mount Gambier's Cave Gardens. Located in the city centre at the corner of Penola Road and Commercial Street, the Cave Gardens were the site of Mount Gambier's first source of water. There is an easy walkway around the edge of the cave. The steps were cut by a W.A. Crouch. There was a time in the early history of the city that water was raised and sold by the bucket. In 1909 a rose garden was planted around the edge of the cave.

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