INDIGENOUS and non-indigenous Australians are set to come together for a day of healing, learning and fun at Gawler’s Apex Park next Wednesday to mark this year’s National Reconciliation Week.
SOUTH Australia Police attendances in relation to disorderly and offensive behaviour at Gawler’s Apex Park have declined “significantly” since March last year, according to Gawler Council.
ORGANISERS have hailed last week’s National Reconciliation Week community event at Gawler’s Apex Park a major success, as locals immersed themselves in Aboriginal culture for the day.
RESIDENTS from across the local region flocked to Gawler’s Apex Park on Friday to enjoy the Australia Day festivities put on by Gawler Council and local service groups.
THE Christmas riverside display has once again been set up on the banks of the South Para River, opposite Apex Park, this year.
APEX Park was packed with hundreds of locals who enjoyed Gawler’s National Reconciliation Week community fun day event last Wednesday.
A LARGE gum tree collapsed on a barbecue shelter at Gawler’s Apex Park on Monday afternoon.
A BLANKET ban on alcohol could soon be enforced at Gawler’s Apex Park, as council looks to curb antisocial behaviour in the area.