Bunyip editor Grady Hudd was given an exclusive tour through the much-anticipated new Gawler Civic Centre last week, where he saw first-hand just how far the project has come.
FROM hidden tunnels to rumoured ghost sightings, there is still much to learn about Gawler’s hotels.
THE history of a variety of institutes and community halls will be brought back to life later this year, when the Dublin History Group presents its research as part of the South Australian History Festival.
BARRY Chinner has dedicated over half his life to discovering and preserving the history of the Barossa Valley, and he enjoys sharing it regularly with the wider community.
A GAWLER woman has preserved the history of her family, and the homestead in which they grew up, by launching a book recounting their story last month.
BANKSA Gawler has closed one chapter in its long-standing local history and opened another, over the weekend, by relocating to the northern end of Murray Street.
A NEWLY formed group aimed at preserving the Willaston Cemetery’s 150-year history is calling for more members to help prevent the heritage-listed grave site from falling into disrepair.
AUSTRALIA’S 1967 referendum, which, for the first time, recognised indigenous people as full citizens, will be a featured topic as part of Gawler’s history festival.