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Gawler is a picturesque well-planned country town, delightfully located below the Mount Lofty Ranges where the rivers of the North Para and South Para join.
Gawler is the oldest country town in South Australia, established in 1839, and contains the Church Hill State Heritage Area and majestic historic buildings. The town is, and has been since earliest colonial times, the hub of a prosperous agriculture region with its idyllic location just 43km north of Adelaide and on the main metropolitan train line.
While in Gawler, enjoy the largest and most diverse service and shopping experience in the Barossa tourism region with modern shopping complexes, boutique retail outlets, commercial services, arts, crafts and gourmet food. Whether you’re looking for the region’s cinema, indoor swimming pool or a meander through manicured parklands which abound with family playgrounds, then Gawler is the place for you.
As the sun sets Gawler continues to thrive with 10 historic hotels offering Adelaide’s finest live bands and attractions. Community markets, galleries, micro-lights, gliders, horse-racing, local and major events, it is all here in the one town. Gawler’s Visitor Information Centre on Lyndoch Road is open seven days, phone (08) 8522 9260.
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