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Gawler East: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Church Hill State Heritage Walking Tour


The Church Hill area contains the core of Colonel Light's 1839 Gawler town plan. Due to its historical significance and the overall state of preservation, this area was declared a State Heritage Area on 7 June 1985, the third such heritage area in South Australia.
As you experience the true heritage of Gawler, the attractions will be highlighted unfolding you why the area is called Church Hill. A wide array of dwellings and outbuildings reflect grand to humble circumstances of people who created the area during the 19th century. Original slate and bluestone kerbs, historic fire hydrants and many other treasurer of yesteryear will be revealed.
Collect a brochure from the Gawler Visitor Information Centre. Approximately 2.4kms and 90 minutes.




2 Lyndoch Road
Gawler East, SA, 5118

Located 1.4K from Gawler East

Gawler Self Driving Tour


Gawler is unique in character, a destination moulded from being the first country town in South Australia into its present form, gifted with a natural river corridor and significant built environments. The Gawler Self Drive Tour will take you on a journey where you will appreciate the degree that Gawler contributed towards the development of our state, marvel at its merging of old with new and be envious of our town lifestyle offerings.

Follow route "10 signs departing from the Gawler Visitor Information Centre Car Park, 2 Lyndoch Road, Gawler . Pick up a brochure from the Centre to enhance the drive.




2 Lyndoch Road
Gawler East, SA, 5118

Located 1.4K from Gawler East

Gawler Historic Main Street Walking Tour


Take a self-guided walking tour along Gawler's historic Main Street and learn the fascinating history of the area.

Gawler's Historic Main Street reflects colonel William Lights vision; to create a settlement that could prosper on the banks of the north and south Para Rivers, bounded by rolling hills and within close proximity to Adelaide. Today you can witness the remarkable eras from the historical buildings that line Gawler's Main Street.

The attractive setting, coupled with major roles in the mining and agricultural booms of the 1860s, 70s and 80s saw Gawler blossom into a town of broad streets, peaceful parklands and distinctive architecture. As the walk unfolds you will gain an appreciation of the achievements that our ancestors accomplished in times of challenging environmental and social harshness.

Maps and information for the self-guided tour can be collected from the Gawler Visitor Information Centre between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday, or 10am to 4pm weekends.




2 Lyndoch Road
Gawler East, SA, 5118

Located 1.4K from Gawler East

Gawler Golf Club


Established in 1904, Gawler Golf Club was a founding member of Golf SA (formerly South Australian Golf Union).

The course has undergone continual improvement and development over the past 100 years. It is now an 18-hole, par 72 (ACR 73), 6095 metre course located at Sandy Creek, at the entrance to the Barossa, just 50 minutes from the Adelaide central business district.

Thanks to our dedicated and professional team of grounds staff, the course is revered as having some of the best greens in the State, certainly outside of the metropolitan area. Our fairways are maintained year round to provide a lush and consistent playing surface. We also provide significant practice areas for members and visitors to hone their skills or to warm up prior to a round.

A fully licensed bar provides the opportunity to relax and enjoy our facilities pre, during and post round.

Our PGA Professional Golf Shop also caters for all your equipment and coaching needs.

Green fees vary - please refer to website for costs.




129 Williamstown Road
Sandy Creek, SA, 5350

Located 6.1K from Gawler East

Roseworthy Railway Club


Roseworthy Railway is a volunteer, non-profit group dedicated to miniature rail and model engineering.

The Roseworthy Railway has 1.2 kilometres of 7-1/4 inch gauge track located in the grounds of the Roseworthy Campus of the University of Adelaide.

Come and enjoy a train ride with the Roseworthy Railway Club on the third Sunday of the month from 12.30pm to 4.30pm (April to October), and on the third Saturday of the month from 6pm to 10pm (November to March). Entry into the grounds is free, and the train ride is a mere AUD2.50 per person.

We can also cater for birthday parties and functions. Limited cooking facilities are available. Undercover areas available. On-site unisex toilet. Please call or email for details.




Roseworthy Campus,
Murra Widla Road
Roseworthy, SA, 5371

Located 7.4K from Gawler East

Whispering Wall


The Whispering Wall is in fact the retaining wall of the Barossa Reservoir. Built between 1899 and 1903, the dam was a revolutionary engineering feat for its day and attracted attention from all over the world, even making its way into the pages of the journal Scientific American.

But what draws visitors to the Whispering Wall is its unique acoustic effects: words whispered at one side can be clearly heard at the other, more than 100 metres away. Children in particular love visiting the wall and testing its abilities.

Besides trying out the Whispering Wall, visitors can also learn about the history of the construction of the dam, take in the scenery of the water reserve and enjoy the colours and sounds of the peaceful bush setting.

To visit the Whispering Wall, travel to Williamstown in the Barossa Valley and follow the signposts from the main street.




Yettie Road
Williamstown, SA, 5351

Located 9.5K from Gawler East

Peter Franz Fine Art Gallery


The Peter Franz Fine Art Gallery was purpose built by Peter himself to showcase both his passion for photography and to provide a venue to showcase fine art within the Barossa Valley region.

The gallery has been constructed to complement the German heritage and era in which it is set. The gallery brings together the old and the new beautifully. While retaining its traditional charm on the outside the interior is modern and fresh.

The gallery has frequently updated group exhibitions promoting high quality artworks created by South Australian artists. We specialise in featuring fine art from a wide range of mediums including paintings, ceramics, sculpture, drawings, photography, glass works, jewellery and textiles.

The Peter Franz Fine Art Gallery is surrounded by high quality restaurants, beautiful lawns and famous wineries. Come for a browse, grab a coffee or lunch, visit a winery or two and make a day of it!





19 Barossa Valley Highway
Lyndoch, SA, 5351

Located 9.6K from Gawler East

Gawler East: Events

Gawler Carols 2017


Come along to Pioneer Park and enjoy the festivities. Pre Carols Entertainment and Food available from 5.30pm. Santa arrives at 6pm with Carols commencing at 7.30pm with entertainment for the whole family for all to enjoy including The Gawler Town Band and many more local entertainers. Bring your rugs and chairs for a wonderful Christmas celebration.

Alcohol and smoke free event. St Brigids - SAMMAT Building, Para Road is the alternate venue if required due to extreme weather conditions. Pioneer Park, Cnr Murray and Union Streets, Gawler.
For further information phone (08) 85229 260


Event Dates
2017
      16th Dec


Cnr Murray Street and Union Street
Gawler, SA, 5118

Located 1.5K from Gawler East

Santos Tour Down Under Stage 1 - Southern Barossa


Stage 1 of the 2018 Santos Tour Down Under features three laps of the Southern Barossa, known as the "cool end of the Valley".

Discover great spectactor vantage points in the townships of Williamstown, Lyndoch, Cockatoo Valley and Sandy Creek, or head to the Southern Barossa Gourmet Village in Lyndoch, the place to enjoy a family-friendly carnival atmosphere and gourmet food and wine. Stake your claim on the picturesque Lyndoch Village Green and get set for spectacular cycling action and a photo finish.

The southern Barossa is known for its premium cool-climate wines and warm hospitality, so why not wind down after the race finish and take in local attractions, wineries, cellar doors and cafes. The Barossa is a genuine cycle friendly destination and with 40 kilometres of high quality cycle track, exploring the Barossa by bike is the best way to experience this unique tourism region.

The Southern Barossa is described as nature's playground and has abundant bushwalking, cycling, mountain biking, fishing and hiking opportunities - visit Barossa.com for further information.


Event Dates
2018
      16th Jan


Barossa Valley Way
Lyndoch, SA, 5351

Located 10.5K from Gawler East

Gawler East: Travel Tips

Gawler Visitor Information Centre


The Gawler Visitor Information Centre is your first stop for information on things to see and do to ensure you enjoy your time in Gawler and the region to the fullest.

Our friendly staff and volunteers have expert knowledge to make your stay a memorable one, providing quality information and bookings for accommodation, attractions and activities in the region and South Australia.

Stunning walking and driving tours include:
Church Hill State Heritage Walking Tour.
Gawler Historic Main Street Walking Tour.
Gawler Driving Tour.
Gawler River Paths - Tapa Pairara.

To assist further travels, coach bookings can be made with Premier Stateliner, Yorke Peninsula Coaches and Greyhound Australia. A freight service is also available to all areas of South Australia.

If you are chasing a souvenir or gift, the Centre stocks a wide range to please all tastes, so be sure to stop in and see us.




2 Lyndoch Road
Gawler East, SA, 5118

Located 1.4K from Gawler East

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