Gawler Heritage Collection
The Gawler Heritage Collection is a unique assemblage of cultural artefacts, artworks, archives, ephemera, photographs and books. The Collection is connected to South Australia’s nineteenth century colonial history and some pieces are considered to be of national significance.
Council is seeking to appoint three Community Representatives with the knowledge and a passion for Gawler’s heritage. You will join three Elected Members charged with the responsibility of contributing to the development, management and promotion of the Gawler Heritage Collection.
People with relevant qualifications in local history, and/or experience in securing grant funding are strongly encouraged to apply.
Council resolved to form this Committee pursuant to Section 41 Part 3 of the Local Government Act 1999 to oversee the development and strategic management of the Gawler Heritage Collection. Community Representative appointments are made for a period of two years, commencing from the date the appointment is adopted by Council.