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.

Vale Marilyn Simpson 1946-2021

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 …
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Most Recent Podcasts

Sports Central with Rick and Phil: Episode 213 – Footy Results

Rick and Phil discuss concussion in the AFL, BL&G and AFL football results. …
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Looking Back with the Bunyip: Wednesday 22nd June.

Looking back at Gawler’s history through the columns of the Bunyip Newspaper with Janette and Kay from Wednesday 22nd June 2022 150 years ago concern about safety at the Gawler Station was making news, 100 years ago Football is featured in the paper, 50 years ago Police publicise a blitz on drinkers, 25 years ago …
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The Carlo and Laids Sports Show: Episode 220 – World Cup Soccer

Rob and Sean discuss Australia’s amazing qualification into soccer’s World Cup. …
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Behind the Scenes: Exhibition Gawler Cultural Heritage Gallery

Jacinta Weiss discusses the exciting new exhibition currently on display in the Gawler Heritage Gallery showcasing the vibrancy of Gawler’s theatrical past. With unique photos of nineteenth century Gilbert Sullivan performances, stunning costumes, hands on musical instruments and games there is plenty to see and do at the new exhibition. For more information visit the …
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Gawler Oral History Project

Helen Hennessy talks with Patricia Booth about E.H. Coombe

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 …

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