The oldest country town in the state, Gawler is just 43 kilometres north of Adelaide and is on the main metropolitan train line.
Planned by Colonel William Light at the junction of the North and South Para Rivers, the picturesque town is renowned for its magnificent architecture, wrought iron, Church Hill State Heritage Area, and its 10 historic hotels.
Gawler is a regional service centre with modern shopping complexes, boutique retail outlets, commercial services and great dining. The beautiful and manicured parklands are perfect for family outings.
Gawler has an established night life with many of the pubs hosting some of Adelaide’s finest live bands.
Gawler has several markets as well as hosting a range of community through to major events throughout the year.