Mount Gambier’s Blue Lake Holiday Park has recently become the talk of the town, thanks to its latest addition – an indoor heated pool adorned with vibrant waterslides.
This exciting feature, which was initially set to open at the end of the year, has been completed just in time for the school holidays. The dedicated construction team managed to wrap up the project in a span of 15 months, much to the delight of eager visitors.
The unveiling of this pool has stirred significant excitement, not just on social media, but also within the local community. What makes this feature stand out is its uniqueness.
While many holiday parks offer pools, none in the vicinity have dared to dream, let alone realize, a pool of this stature and finesse. This addition not only enhances the park’s appeal but also sets a new benchmark for other holiday parks to aspire to.
Owner Tim Rowett couldn’t contain his enthusiasm about the new facility. “This facility has been in the planning for a number of years, and it’s heartening to see it now complete, bringing immense joy to our guests,” he said.
The park, spread over 27 lush acres, offers a tranquil setting, nestled between two crater lakes, including the iconic Blue Lake. This serene backdrop is complemented by a range of accommodations, from luxurious lakeside villas to rustic camping experiences.
But the indoor heated pool isn’t the only attraction here. The park is replete with amenities designed to provide a wholesome experience to visitors, according to a report by Glam Adelaide.
From a jumping pillow and playground for the little ones to tennis courts and a games room for adults, there’s something for everyone. And for those who fancy a round of golf, there’s a course right next door.
Pets aren’t left out either. The park, with its expansive grounds and gardens, is a haven for dogs. With designated dog-friendly areas and complimentary doggie bags, your four-legged friend is bound to have a gala time.
The Limestone Coast region, where the park is located, is a treasure trove of natural wonders. For those with a penchant for exploration, areas like Penola, Coonawarra, and Port MacDonnell are just a short drive away, offering a myriad of experiences.