The Youth in Gawler, and around the State, standing tall and alert as honour guards of the ANZAC Legend have created their own ANZAC traditions and continue to honour and respect Australian service people in past conflicts.
April 5th was the anniversary of the death of a remarkable Gawler citizen, E.H. Coombe. The anniversary of his death was marked with the launch the E.H. Coombe Walking Tour of Gawler Brochure in preparation for the May launch of the guided walks.
The Gawler Fringe continued on Saturday 4th March with an Artisans' Market at Apex Park during the day and a film in the evening. Marilyn talks with Natasha from Head Cred about her jewellery collection made from old tin plates and tea caddies
Gawler gets an early taste of SA’s famous Mad March as the 2017 Fringe hits town this weekend with great food, continuous music, and your chance to make an early start on Adelaide’s Spring of Festivals!
Thanks to all our supporters, be they individuals, community groups or local businesses, it's been a big year for Gawler's newest media outlet, and with your help we're looking for an even bigger 2017!
Gawler local and Publicity Officer at the Gawler Community Gallery, Marie Vonow attended the talk by guest speaker and ekoo founder, Kerry Cleopatra at the Gawler Sustainable Living Festival, and left feeling inspired.
The Gawler Sustainable Living Festival 2016 was held today at the Gawler Regional Natural Resource Centre on Adelaide Road, and with food, music, and all sorts of ideas about sustainability, the festival was a huge success.