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Now and Then is a community heritage wiki website created and maintained by the people of Gawler, South Australia. You are welcome to join and share your knowledge, memories and stories of Gawler. Create your account and join in today!

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Share your Gawler history stories

Your Gawler memories deserve to be etched in the history annals of wiki Gawler Now & Then. We are interested in hearing what you know about Gawler. We welcome contributions of yarns, photographs and other memorabilia. Contact Gawler History Team Inc Email:gawlerhistory@yahoo.com.au

Gawler History on Flickr

Join us on Flickr to view our additional historic images. Click here to view our Flickr albums.


Want to join Gawler History Team?

All are welcome to join Gawler History Team Inc. We meet on the first Thursday of each month (except January) in the Zion Lutheran Hall, rear of 22 Cowan Street Gawler from 7:15 - 9:30pm. Please contact for more information mailto:gawlerhistory@yahoo.com.au

Click here to see our list of future guest speakers.

4th May 2017
4th May 2017

Look what gem we have found!

Gawler Central Railway Station - c1925
Gawler Central Railway Station - c1925

Town of Gawler Logo.jpg Town of Gawler kindly approves the use of this historic logo. Please note - This logo is not the Town of Gawler's current branding and should only be used for historical purposes.

Events

For upcoming events visit Town of Gawler's website Calendar of events

Look what's on our wiki!

30 Cowan Street
30 Cowan Street

Well known Gawler photographer, Paul Barnet, has spent a large portion of the last two years taking photos of all of the beautiful houses, businesses and other heritage areas as listed in the Town of Gawler's Development Plan

Paul has so far photographed 888 of Gawler's lovely heritage homes. Click here to see them all.



Have a look at these videos below (L-R), 22 minutes of cycling 8km along North and South Para Rivers, The Song of Australia Centenary, St George's Bell Ringing and
Ralph Hatcher singing The Song of Australia accompanied by Trevor Fletcher


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