Welcome to the GBA
The Gawler Broadcasting Association is an organisation dedicated to giving the people of Gawler a voice, whether through radio programs, local art and music, or short films.
If you’re interested in getting involved we’re always looking for more volunteers! You can become a member, and even create a show of your own. If you’re interested, head over to our contact page and let us know.
On Thursday the 17th of June 2021, we lost Marilyn Simpson, a longtime contributor to GBA, both behind the scenes and in front of the microphone. We will remember Marilyn and a loving wife, mother and grandmother, as a strong and active member of the community, and as an almost irreplaceable part of the GBA …Read More
Most Recent Podcasts
Rick and Phil discuss Usman Khawaja, the Ashes and the local sports scene. …Listen to Episode
Rob and Sean talk about the groundbreaking roles women play in men’s baseball. …Listen to Episode
Looking back at Gawler’s history through the columns of the Bunyip Newspaper with Janette and Kay Boon from Wednesday 6th January 2022 150 years ago Gawler’s court house was again making news 100 years ago the Bunyip reported on the effect of the traditional Christmas holiday break in Gawler 50 years ago a local farmer …Listen to Episode
Monthly Podcast; December The Wiggles, Wiggly Wiggly Christmas. Welcome to the Classic Cult TV Club, (CCtvC), with Lisa, Mackenzie, Alex, Angus, Gypsy, Janette and Justin. The Culters are celebrating the “silly season” with the perfect seasonal entertainment, or is it? Maybe they are stretching the definition of a Cult Classic but the Wiggles are such …Listen to Episode
Looking back at Gawler’s history through the columns of the Bunyip Newspaper with Janette and Kay Boon from Wednesday 22nd December 2021. 150 years ago The Bunyip reported on a unruly court case 100 years ago Christmas shopping hours were generating discussion 50 years ago council boundaries were making news 25 years ago a new …Listen to Episode
Gawler Oral History Project
Ephraim Henry Coombe (26 August 1858 – 5 April 1917) was editor of the Bunyip Newspaper in Gawler for many years and a very active politician representing the Gawler and Barossa areas, from 1901 to 1912, and from 1915 to 1917. He died in office. His memorial can be seen in Tanunda. It includes the following …