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Gawler (population 19,000) is a town in the state of South Australia. The name is the family name of the second Governor (British Vice-Regal representative) of the colony of South Australia, George Gawler.
Gawler is 40 km (25 miles) north of the state capital, Adelaide. It is close to the major wine producing district of Barossa Valley. Topographically, Gawler lies at the confluence of two tributaries of the Gawler River, the North and South Para rivers, where they emerge from a range of low hills.
A British colony, South Australia was established as a commercial venture by the South Australia Company through the sale of land to free settlers at £1 per acre (£247/km≤). This differed from other Australian states, which were either established as penal colonies or made use of convict labour (Western Australia). Gawler was established by a 'special survey' for a syndicate of colonists and the town plan was devised by the colonial surveyor, William Light, the son of Francis Light who founded Penang, Malaysia. Gawler was the only town planned by William Light other than Adelaide.