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Cave Gardens (South Australia)

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Cave Gardens (South Australia)
The Cave Gardens are the garden located in the centre of Mount Gambier in the Australian state of South Australia that contain a 90ft deep cave. The cave was initially used as a water source for the town. In 1870 the area became a reserve, and by the 1890s trees, gas lamps and seating were installed in the area. On 2 August 2001, the Cave Gardens were declared a State Heritage area.[2]


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