Gawler Oral History
A shared history is what binds us together as communities, and the Gawler Oral History Project (GOHP) is dedicated to uncovering our shared history and creating a record of the lives of the people of Gawler.
Supported by the Gawler Community Broadcasting Association Inc. (GBA), the Gawler Oral History Project began in 2016 with an aim to preserve stories, experiences and ideas – from the past, the present and for the future – and to create a resource for families, locals, amateur historians and academic researchers to discover more about our shared past.
The Gawler Oral History Project is built by and for the people of Gawler
As the oldest settlement in the state of South Australia outside Adelaide, Gawler is filled with memories that can help us see where we come from, how we got here, and where we can go. The stories and experiences of our locals can help us see who we are, how we are connected, and what we share as a community.
Murray St in 1890 was already a growing concern (Image courtesy of the Gawler History Team)
Here at the GOHP Home you can find all our interviews and themed podcasts (still in production), find out more about the GOHP and what we do, keep up to date with all the latest news about the project, and find resources to help you become an oral historian!
If you have any questions about what we do, you can always click on over to our Contact Us page and send us a message. If you’d like to become involved, we’d love to hear from you, just click here to go to our Join Us page.
At the Gawler Oral History Project we’re lucky to be supported by a range of organisations who believe in the value of what we are doing. We at the GOHP would like to thank our wonderful supporters for all the help they give us.