Blue Lake Holiday Park is a beautiful and relaxing 27 acre park, welcoming holidaying visitors to Mount Gambier which is located 4.5 hours south east of Adelaide and is part of the Limestone Coast. The city is well known for its geography, particularly its volcanic and limestone features, most notably its Blue Lake, parks and gardens, caves and sinkholes which are great fun for the whole family to explore.

There is a brand-new adventure playground featuring 4 slides, climbing frames etc. all on a giant sandpit, providing hours of fun. The park also has a fabulous new Jumping Pillow, plus 2 tennis courts which are perfect for practicing your game.

And good news – their BRAND NEW indoor heated pool with indoor waterslides is also now open!!

Blue Lake Holiday Park facilities also include a games room which features a table tennis table and an assortment of games. There’s also a well-equipped camp kitchen featuring BBQs, fridge, oven, microwave, cooktops, toasters and more.

Perfectly located alongside the world-famous Blue Lake, there’s nature walks and trails close by plus easy access to the golf course next door. There’s also the amazing Umpherston Sinkhole to explore, the Little Blue Lake, Mount Shank plus various events and activities happening throughout the year.

Blue Lake Holiday Park has a range of accommodation available to suit many budgets from luxury Lakeside Villas sleeping up to 6, Valley Lake Retreats sleeping up to 4 and many other economical cabins, caravan and tent sites.

Pets are also allowed on sites and selected accommodation, but you need to contact reception first to arrange this.

www.bluelake.com.au

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