Uncover the deep geological history of Mount Gambier with ‘Volcano’. Viewers can experience the incredible story of earth, fire and water with this award winning cinematic experience.
The free one-hour screening unearths the region’s fascinating past along with a short-film of the Cratibul story. Have your senses wowed with this big screen cinematic experience as it weaves its way through its incredible story of how eight major eruptions created Mount Gambier. This exciting adventure takes you through the spectacular history of eruptions that shaped the Kanawinka region.
You can view ‘Volcano’ daily at the Riddoch Arts & Cultural Centre, 1 Bay Road Mount Gambier. Screenings are at 11.00am and 2.00pm on weekdays, 11.00am on weekends and most public holidays. Times may vary due to special functions. For more information, contact the Riddoch Arts & Cultural Centre on 08 8721 2563, or check our their Facebook page for more news and updates.
‘Volcano’ is one of the most exciting stories to come out of South Australia in the last 120 million years, and should not be missed. Make this your first stop and experience Mount Gambier with a true appreciation for the rich beauty of the land. It will allow you to view the region with fresh eyes.
Our region is full of geological wonders, find out more here!