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Real Estate Agents Mount Gambier

The best Mount Gambier Real Estate Agents sell properties considerably better than industry average figures, no matter whether it is in Mount Gambier or the area or all of SA. We detail who these Mount Gambier agents are in our free report.

Importantly it is the performance of the individual real estate agent rather than the agency used that matters. Vendors should only use those Mount Gambier agents who routinely deliver superior results for their clients. This is crucial to maximise their chances of securing the best possible price for their Mount Gambier property.

While we can review agent performance right across the country, we suggest focusing on those individual real estate agents in Mount Gambier or the 5291 postcode and immediate surrounds.

Request your free report for the individual performance details of real estate agents in Mount Gambier and the properties they have sold over the last couple of years.

With Mount Gambier property transactions only occurring on average every 7 years, securing the best Mount Gambier real estate agent to manage this infrequent transaction is crucial.

Suburb Overview

Mount Gambier is the largest regional city in South Australia, located approximately 450 kilometres south of the capital Adelaide and just 17 kilometres from the Victorian border.

It takes its name from the Mount Gambier, a crater sighted in 1800 by Lieutenant James Grant from the survey brig, HMS Lady Nelson, and named for Lord James Gambier, Admiral of the Fleet.

It is known for its interesting geography and wildlife, particularly its volcanic features and the Blue Lake. The city also has beautiful parks and gardens, caves and sinkholes. An interesting mix of galleries, museums and markets provides an insight into the culture and arts of the town close to the coastline, rivers, lakes as well as the wineries of the Coonawarra. It has 19 motels, 7 hotels, five caravan parks and over 30 B&Bs and self-contained properties, as well as a wide variety of dining options with many fine dining opportunities, fast food chains and specialty restaurants. Local attractions include the Blue Lake and the Crater Lake Precinct, Umpherston Sinkhole, Cave Garden, Engelbrecht Cave, and Centenary Tower.

Before European settlement, the Buandig people were the original Aboriginal inhabitants of the area. They called it 'ereng balam' or 'egree belum', meaning 'home of the eagle hawk'.

The peak of the extinct Mount Gambier crater was sighted in 1800 by Lieutenant James Grant from the survey brig, HMS Lady Nelson, and named for Lord James Gambier, Admiral of the Fleet.

The Henty brothers who owned large holdings in Portland, Western Victoria claim to the land, were forced to retreat when the lands were granted to Evelyn Sturt, the brother of the explorer Charles Sturt. Industries soon began to appear. The Post Office opened on 22 September 1846, John Byng built the Mount Gambier Hotel in 1847, and Dr Edward Wehl arrived in 1849 to begin a flour-milling operation.

Hastings Cunningham founded "Gambierton" in 1854 by subdividing a block of 77 acres. From 1861 to 1878 the Post Office was known by this name before reverting to Mount Gambier. Local government appeared in 1863 when Dr Wehl, who now owned a substantial millhouse on Commercial Road, was elected chairman of the District Council of Mount Gambier. In December 1864 this became the District Council of Mount Gambier West and, at the same time, a separate District Council of Mount Gambier East was formed.

Incorporation in 1876 saw a further division, with the creation of the Town Council and Mr. John Watson elected Mayor. Mount Gambier was governed in this fashion until 1932, when the District Council of East and West merged to form a single District Council of Mount Gambier once more.

On 9 December 1954, Mount Gambier was officially declared a city, and is now an important tourism centre in south-east South Australia.

The urban area is located mainly along the northern slopes and plain of a maar volcano of the same name, Mount Gambier. Comprising several craters it is part of the Newer Volcanics Province complex of volcanoes. One of these contains a huge lake of high-quality artesian drinking water which changes colour with the seasons. In winter, it is a steel grey and then changes to a spectacular cobalt blue in the summer, giving rise to its name, Blue Lake. This 70-metre deep lake also accommodates a range of unusual aquatic flora and fauna, in particular fields of large stromatolites. There are several other craters in the city including Valley Lake and Mount Schank and the region has many water-filled caves and sinkholes.