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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. Why not contact one of our Gawler History Team Executive for advice? Click here to Contact Us

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Also join us on Flickr to view our vast collection of historical images.

Click here to view our Flickr albums.

There are many albums that are still awaiting an appropriate article to compliment the photographs within. We would love your contribution, please email any article to mailto:bgthom@bigpond.com or chat with us at the next meeting - see below.

Why don’t you join Gawler History Team?

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

To learn how the Gawler History Team started and of its subsequent development please click here

What to read the latest in Gawler History? Go to www.gawlerhistory.com and enjoy!

***Next Meeting***

Thursday 7th March

7.15pm - Zion Lutheran Hall

(rear of 22b Cowan Street, Gawler)

Guest Speaker

Geoff Watson

History of the historic Gawler home “YENDA” in Gawler East

You are invited to reserve your seat

by emailing bgthom@bigpond.com

or by ringing 0412 015 990


Click here to see our list of future guest speakers.


If you missed a previous Guest Speaker you can view many of them here on YouTube.


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21 Cowan Street Anglican Rectory
21 Cowan Street Anglican Rectory

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.

Can you go through your Gawler photos and send them to us please?

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