Nixon Terrace, Gawler SA 5118, Australia
Nixon Terrace Gawler SA
(08) 8523 1477
Monday 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
About the business
Gawler Show - Fireworks, Exhibits, Rides, Show Bags & Family Entertainment
The Gawler Show - Fireworks, Horse Events, Competitions, Sideshow Alley, Family Entertainment, Music, Exhibits, Animals, Show Rides & Show Bags. Join Us.
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Recent Google Reviews
How can you have horses in action on before the gates to the public open? I missed outon my daughter competing because the would not let me in. The same for numerous people.
As a country show, worth a visit, really a mini Adelaide Show
I loved it and will go there this Year
Love the Gawler Show. Very well run.
Was a bit dissapointed this year. Didnt buy much and the food wasnt all that good. A show bag for adults would have been nice. Nice walk-around
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