Gawler Branch

Gawler Branch

Gawler Branch


Gawler is the first country town in the state of South Australia, and is named after the second Governor, George Gawler. It is a former town turned suburb just north of Adelaide, and is the gateway to the major wine producing district of the Barossa Valley and it has many beautiful old buildings still to admire.

About Us

We were established in 1985 with 29 members, 2 of which (Rhonda Inwood and Melva Graetz) are still current members today.

In 2015, we hosted our 30th birthday celebration with a party with past and present members, all of whom received a goodie bag to take home.


Currently we have 23 members who meet fortnightly on a Tuesday, between 10.30am – 3pm.

We exhibit alternate years when the Gawler Textile Arts weekend is on, with the next exhibition on 14-15 October, 2017.


James Martin Village
19 Dawkins Avenue

We meet next to the Willaston cemetery, which might seem a bit spooky for some, but so far all has been quiet from our neighbours!

Contact Us

Mrs Deidre Clark
Ph: 0429 208 160
Mrs Annette Pethick
Ph: 8522 5554