Centenary Tower, Mount Gambier, South Australia

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Cardiff South, Australia

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Centenary Tower is highest point in Mount Gambier (192 metres above sea level). The dolomite tower commemorates the centenary of the sighting and naming of Mounts Schank and Gambier (the first two major place names bestowed in South Australia) by Lieutenant James Grant on December 3, 1800. It is quite a steep climb from the car park to the tower, which overlooks Valley Lake and the City of Mount Gambier on one side, with sweeping views of farm land across to the ocean on the other. The tower is open during the warmer months and if the flag is flying then the tower is open. The tower is also floodlit at night.

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