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  Gawler, South Australia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gawler is 40 km (25 miles) north of the state capital, Adelaide.
Gawler was established by a 'special survey' for a syndicate of colonists and the town plan was devised by the colonial surveyor, William Light, the son of Francis Light who founded Penang, Malaysia.
Gawler is in the Town of Gawler local government area, the state electorate of Light and the federal Division of Wakefield.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gawler   (520 words)

 Gawler, South Australia -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-18)
Gawler (, population 15,000) is a town in the state of (A state in south central Australia) South Australia.
Gawler is 40 km (25 miles) north of the state capital, (The state capital of South Australia) Adelaide.
Gawler is in the (Click link for more info and facts about Town of Gawler) Town of Gawler (Click link for more info and facts about local government area) local government area, the state electorate of Light and the federal Division of Wakefield.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/g/ga/gawler,_south_australia.htm   (529 words)

 Dictionary of Australian Biography G   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-18)
Gawler arrived in South Australia on 12 October 1838 with his wife and five children and found a colony of 5000 people at Adelaide, many of whom were anxious to go on the land, but could not do so until it was surveyed.
Gawler's work was long misjudged, largely because his successor Grey, in his dispatches, made the worst of his predecessor's acts, without suggesting the difficulties under which he had worked.
Gawler was a gallant and energetic officer who, when he found the settlers faced with disaster, saw at once what it was necessary to do, and saved the colony.
gutenberg.net.au /dictbiog/0-dict-biogG.html   (20903 words)

 GAWLER, SOUTH AUSTRALIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-18)
Gawler, about 40 km north of Adelaide, was proposed as a place of settlement by Colonel William Light in 1837 when travelling through the area with members of the South Australian Company.
Gawler is situated on the junction of the North Para, South Para and Gawler Rivers, and the Barrier and Sturt Highways converge at Gawler.
Gawler's suburbs comprise Gawler West, South Evanston, Evanston Gardens and Evanston Heights (southwards and westwards) and Willaston (eastwards).
www.arts.monash.edu.au /ncas/multimedia/gazetteer/list/gawler.html   (528 words)

 Bulletin - Life wish   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-18)
But for Gawler the crucial point was not that he survived cancer, wonderful though that was, it was that the cancer gave him the opportunity, not to just change his lifestyle, but to confront major issues in his life that he’d been avoiding.
Gawler invites them to talk about their illnesses and why they have come to the aptly titled Yarra Valley Living Centre, here on the banks of the Little Yarra River, in the shadow of the Warburton Ranges.
Gawler’s message to them on their first day is that it is possible to make extraordinary recoveries from cancer.
bulletin.ninemsn.com.au /bulletin/EdDesk.nsf/0/e0d265cc799e79beca256bc600239753?OpenDocument&TableRow=1.1.7   (3323 words)

 Encyclopedia: Town of Gawler
The Town of Gawler is the name of the Local Government Area containing Gawler and its suburbs north of Adelaide in South Australia.
The Corporation of the Town of Gawler was established on 9 July 1857 as the residents were not happy that the town area was covered by three different district councils.
Gawler is a town in the state of South Australia.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Town-of-Gawler   (840 words)

 Town of Gawler - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-18)
The Town of Gawler is a community of over 19,000 people located 40 km north of Adelaide and adjacent to the Barossa Valley.
Gawler provides its residents with the benefits of country living, town services and easy access to large city facilities while residing in an area combining heritage and modern amenities.
Gawler has a number of interrelated legacies that distinguish it from many urban centres in South Australia - its original Town Planner, Colonel William Light; complex topography; and pioneers of vision and enterprise, which fortuitously coincided with, several periods of significant economic prosperity.
www.gawler.sa.gov.au   (154 words)

 Walkabout - Gawler
Located on 44 km north of Adelaide and with a population of nearly 20,000, Gawler is one of South Australia's largest and most significant historic towns.
In its early years Gawler was sufficiently distant from Adelaide that it quickly established a separate identity.
This was fuelled by the economic success of the area and a boom period which lasted from 1860 until the end of the century saw the construction of many attractive and gracious buildings which gave the town a charm and sophistication.
www.walkabout.com.au /locations/SAGawler.shtml   (991 words)

 Gawler - The Bunyip   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-18)
The Bunyip, based in Gawler on the northern fringe of metropolitan Adelaide, is showing tremendous growth as the district experiences a massive population and housing boom.
Gawler retains its country feel, with a widely scattered farming community and is the gateway town to the famous Barossa Valley wine region - also experiencing huge growth.
There is an urban feel to the town, but Gawler remains a major regional commercial centre with large shopping centres throughout the district and an extensive educational system.
www.cpasa.asn.au /newspapers/newspapers/gawler.php   (227 words)

 Memorials and Monuments in St Simon's Church (Colonel George Gawler KH)
GEORGE GAWLER was born on the 2Ist July 1795, and came of a fighting family; his father, Captain Samuel Gawler of the 73rd Highlanders, having been killed at the storming of Fort Maggerall (Southern India) in 18O4, and his grandfather, John Gawler, having been present at the battle of Quebec in 1759.
Gawler was promoted Lieutenant 12th May 1812, and served with the Regiment until the end of the war in 1814.
After this, Colonel Gawler settled down at Southsea, where he died in 1869, and was buried, on the 13th May. Five children survived him, one of whom—his eldest daughter—married in 1847 George Hall, Governor of the Juvenile Reformatory Prison, Parkhurst, and formerly Lieutenant 52nd Light Infantry.
www.memorials.inportsmouth.co.uk /churches/st_simons/gawler.htm   (1951 words)

 Gawler Ranges
Gawler Ranges National Park is located approximately 350 km directly north west of Adelaide, in The West Region, Gawler Ranges District.
Gawler Ranges National Park is a popular area for recreational touring and bush camping, and it is expected that it will become a more popular tourist attraction and contribute to the regional economy.
Gawler Ranges National Park protects unique geological and natural features such as ancient rock formations that formed as a result of volcanic eruptions approximately 1,592 million years ago.
www.environment.sa.gov.au /parks/gawler   (548 words)

 Gawler, Barossa Valley, South Australia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-18)
Gawler is located on the Sturt Highway (20) 45 km.
It is a major commercial and agricultural centre Gawler is a pretty town, situated where the North Para River, flowing from the Barossa Valley, meets the South Para.
It is the hub of a prosperous agricultural region, and a social, commercial and industrial centre, for a rapidly growing population.
www.wilmap.com.au /gawler.html   (301 words)

 Tourism Eyre Peninsula Gawler Ranges National Park
Gawler Ranges National Park is located in South Australia’s spectacular southern Gawler Ranges, approximately six hours drive north-west from Adelaide.
The climate of the Gawler Ranges is mild to hot in summer and cool to cold in winter with low, unreliable rainfall (mean annual rainfall is 295 mm).
Paney, along with the smaller Pine Lodge and a section of Scrubby Peak Station in the north-west, was proclaimed as Gawler Ranges National Park in January 2002.
www.tep.com.au /nationalparks/np_gawler.htm   (1109 words)

 Color Theory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-18)
For last year's Super Bowl, Gawler worked on a Dentyne Ice commercial in which he did two separate color corrections, a normal one and another “frozen” version that was enhanced in CG by Floyd Gillis.
Gawler believes that so-called trends are really a project-by-project affair, with most color choices for commercials driven by images from feature films, illustrations, or photographs that appeal to agency creatives.
In fact, Gawler has a laptop with a DVD player in the telecine and encourages clients to bring in films they want to reference.
millimeter.com /mag/video_nbspcolor_theory   (2157 words)

 Song of Gawler
Judy, a recognised poet who claimed the 2000 Gawler Poetry Competition, was inspired to write the lyrics to mark the Centenary of Federation last year.
Song of Gawler was her first attempt at songwriting and has received critical acclaim.
She describes herself as "a daughter of Gawler" and says her love of the town has been cultivated since she arrived here 25 years ago.
www.btinternet.com /~m.shade/shadows/songofgawler.html   (360 words)

 Gawler Zion Lutheran Church, South Australia
The little flock in Gawler was cared for by the S.A. District Church Council of the E.L.C.A. with the assistance of Pastors W. Schwarz, W. Westermann and E. and J. Homann.
On 14th April 1966 at a meeting of the Zion Congregation it was visualised that eventually Gawler should become a two Pastor Parish with two manses and that outreach work should be done in the Smithfield area.
Freund is a daughter of the late Pastor Ey it was felt that by asking Pastor Freund to be guest preacher there is a direct connection with the beginnings of the Congregation.
www.pastornet.net.au /zion/history.htm   (2095 words)

Gawler is located about 45 kilometres North of Adelaide, South Australia, and is the gateway to the Barossa Valley, the home of world-class vineyards, wineries and wines.
) Although Gawler is one of South Australia's oldest Country Towns it now has a rapidly expanding population with new land developments opening up on all four sides of Gawler.
The Gawler Bowling Club currently has approximately 220 members, both ladies and men, with a majority of these having Full Membership.
www.gawlerbowlingclub.asn.au   (201 words)

 Geoscience Australia: Projects: Gawler Mineral Promotion
Framework for discovery of Proterozoic Cu and Au in the eastern and central Gawler Craton.
Many of the Gawler Project results have been reported at conferences such as the Gawler Craton: State of Play 2002 and 2004, and the 16th and 17th Australian Geological Congresses in 2002 and 2004 (see Publications for slide presentations, abstracts and posters).
In the central Gawler gold province, recent work within Module A has focussed on the Tarcoola goldfield and the relationship between gold mineralisation and magmatism (see Budd et al, 2004 in Papers, and Holm, 2004 in Abstracts and Presentations).
www.ga.gov.au /rural/projects/gaw_ppt_budd_gsop2002.jsp   (698 words)

 Gawler Ranges Tourism Eyre Peninsula
As you travel along the winding gravel road through the Gawler Ranges, it is difficult to comprehend that these gentle and peaceful hills were the result of powerful volcanic activity millions of years ago.
Accommodation and visitor facilities in the Gawler Ranges are provided at Mt. Ive Station (refer accommodation at rear of guide).
The Gawler Ranges and Gawler Ranges National Park is a wilderness area of considerable beauty and the need for tourists to take great care of this unique environment is vital.
www.tep.com.au /region/gawler_ranges.htm   (421 words)

 PIRSA Minerals - Gawler Craton   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-18)
Covering approximately 440 000 square kilometres the Gawler Craton was produced by the crust forming, tectonothermal events during the Archaean to earliest Proterozoic, Paleoproterozoic, and Mesoproterozoic.
In the west and northern Gawler Craton the Archaean is dominated by the Mulgathing Complex.
The southern Gawler Craton consists of both the Sleaford Complex and the Dutton Suite.
www.pir.sa.gov.au /dhtml/ss/section.php?sectID=205&tempID=7   (250 words)

 Harness Racing Portal - Harnesslink.com     Harness Racing
The Gawler Horse Festival will be conducted from Thursday, April 14 until Sunday, April 17 with many and varied horse exhibitions and displays in and around Gawler.
The Gawler Harness Racing Club will conduct the 2005 CUB Gawler Cup at their meeting at the Paceway on Friday, April 15 as part of their contribution to the Festival.
Gawler Harness Racing Club committeeman Gary Butler ventured to Melbourne last Friday night and his star pacer Bobby Hank ran an excellent third to Flaming Roadstar and Bomber Macray in a heat of the Rising Stars Series and should qualify for a start in this week’s $20,000 Final.
www.harnesslink.com /www/Article.cgi?ID=21990   (730 words)

 Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-18)
Gawler Primary School promotes belonging, responsibility, active participation, acceptance, team work and success.
Gawler Primary School is a reception to year 7 school in Church Hill State Heritage area of Gawler, South Australia.
It was one of the first 9 model schools to be built in 1877 and opened in 1878.
www.gawlerps.sa.edu.au   (100 words)

 Club of the Month - Gawler HRC
Gawler is South Australia’s major Country Club, racing 35 times throughout the year, with all meetings covered by SKY Channel.
This year Gawler held it’s first Carnival, based around the Group Two CUB Gawler Cup which was run last month.
If you are in or around Gawler, President Bob Graham and his Committee extend a warm invitation and look forward to see you.
www.harness.org.au /clubmnth/GAWLER.HTM   (166 words)

 Gawler, Ian James - Bright Sparcs Biographical entry
Ian Gawler worked in private veterinary practices in Victoria, South Australia and Queensland 1972-1985.
A former cancer patient himself, Gawler has written widely on self-help techniques for cancer patients and their families.
He was appointed executive director of the Gawler Foundation (previously the Australian Cancer Patients' Foundation) in 1983.
www.asap.unimelb.edu.au /bsparcs/biogs/P004522b.htm   (124 words)

 RE: [Aus-soaring] Gawler Week
I do not think you are comparing the same issues here, Gawler is offering a formal week of training and opportunity with an infrastructure to accommodate that, tugs, o/e’s, briefings and possibly weather analysis whilst Temora has no such structured event.
Temora offers every thing Gawler does plus for the campers at the airfield to be woken up by the crackle of a RR Merlin
Evening meals at a pub in Gawler is sufficient interest.
www.mail-archive.com /aus-soaring@lists.internode.on.net/msg07064.html   (294 words)

 About Us
Membership to the group is open to artists living in and around the Gawler area of South Australia.
With the Gawler Courthouse in mind, Martin teamed with John Spencer to advertise their interest in forming an Arts Group with the initial purpose of establishing a permanent gallery in Gawler for local artists to exhibit their work.
The first meeting was held at Gawler's Eagle Foundry on the 29th June at 7:30pm and was chaired by Martin.
au.geocities.com /e_tourist/artsaction/about_us.html   (403 words)

The British Team were kindly sponsored by Sierra SkyWare, Inc. and Crabb Computing (www.crabcom.demon.co.uk) who supplied WinPilot Advanced, running on Compaq 1500 series palmtop computers.
Afandi Darlington writes - The type of tasks we flew at Gawler were exclusively Pilot Selected Tasks (PST) and Assigned Area Tasks (AAT), no racing triangles that we are normally used to.
PST tasks were usually set with a compulsory first turning point and a time limit of around 4 hours.
www.winpilot.com /PR/Gawler.asp   (377 words)

 safreestyle the tenth - Articles, Gawler Step Up   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-18)
After around 6 years the Gawler council decided to demolish the jump.
But if taking on the sport's best elite was not a daunting task in itself, Bayzand's preparation has been severely disrupted by the levelling of his self made jump in Gawler's Clonlea Park.
The Gawler Town Council has removed the jump, acting on "insurance people" who claimed it was dangerous.
www.safreestyle.com /articles/gsu.html   (582 words)

 1st Gawler Scout Group, home page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-18)
1st Gawler Scout Group is the only scout group in Gawler South Australia and operates a range of scouting sections from Joeys to Venturers.
The Scout Hall is situated on Gawler River Rd Willaston, Phone: 8522 5688.
Gawler Scout Group pages are a subweb of
www.scoutnet.net.au /gawler   (145 words)

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