Home' The Bunyip : January 10th 2018 Contents Page 18 "THE BUNYIP" GAWLER, Wednesday, January 10, 2018
AS a parent of a teenager or young
child, it can sometimes be hard to think of
ways to keep your child entertained and
engaged over the school holidays, while
socialising outside of home at the same
Gawler's Table Top Warfare (TTW)
provides a safe and clean environment for
people to play stimulating games of all
kinds, and is currently running a school
holiday program to keep kids actively
"The school holiday program at TTW is
a great way for kids and adults to get out
of the house and have some fun," business
co-owner Wayne said.
"There are new games to learn and play
each day, while making new friends along
The unique gaming store, which opened
its Murray Street location almost 12 months
ago, holds a large range of stock that covers
almost all types of table top gaming.
This includes card games like Pokémon,
Magic: The Gathering and Yu-Gi-
Oh!; tabletop strategy games including
Warhammer, X-Wing and Flames of
War; and role playing games, such as
Dungeons and Dragons and My Little
TTW caters for all ages -- and for both
males and females -- with co-owner Mark
saying there is a real sense of community
within the store.
"Our experienced players are
always keen to help new players learn
the ropes and grow the community,"
Fellow co-owner Alicia said the TTW
team has been overwhelmed by the support
from its customers since it opened almost a
"Both new and experienced gamers from
all across Adelaide have been attending
weekly in-store events, with numbers
continuing to grow," she said.
Extended business hours means the store
is open from 10am until late most nights of
The store is located at 5-7/40 Murray
Street, Gawler, inside the arcade.
For more information, including full
trading hours, visit www.tabletopwarfare.
com.au or the TTW Facebook page.
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Table Top Warfare co-owner Mark loves the sense of community that's been fostered within the table top
gaming community at the store.
GAWLER is set to once again become a hub
for the Adelaide Fringe this year, when it
hosts several shows for the world-renowned
arts festival in February and March.
The 2018 Adelaide Fringe will take place
from Friday, February 16, to Sunday, March
18, with the Gawler Fringe held on the first
weekend of the city-wide festival (February
Walker Place is set to, again, be closed
to traffic as it hosts shows across the Gawl-
er Fringe weekend, with previous years'
events estimated to have attracted up to
5000 people across the weekends they
The Willaston Country Music Club has
also successfully applied to host two Ade-
laide Fringe shows at the Willaston Football
Country artists Jim Hermel and the Hot
Chix are set to present Country and Rock
'n' Roll Evolution -- a journey through
the genres' history -- while Steve Bar-
tel and Kylie Adams-Collier will hold an
'unplugged' night of classics and original
Meanwhile, award-winning comedian
Marc Ryan, also known as The Beautiful Bo-
gan, returns to Gawler for a show at the P/A
Hotel, and JP and Mossy will perform songs
from the Beatles' catalogue at Trinity College
Pavilion -- the first time the venue has been
used for a Fringe event since it opened last
Adelaide Fringe director and chief exec-
utive Heather Croall said, overall, the 2018
Fringe would be more inclusive than ever
before, with the festival expecting a surge in
children's events and an abundance of gen-
der-bending drag performers.
ENGINEERING consultant Southfront
has been engaged by Adelaide Plains
Council to undertake two separate reviews
that will assist Minister for Local Gov-
ernment Geoff Brock make a decision on
the council's Gawler River Flood Man-
agement Authority (GRFMA) withdrawal
The two reviews will investigate the eco-
nomic footprint that GRFMA flood infra-
structure may have on the Adelaide Plains
Food Bowl areas and provide detailed analy-
sis on the GRFMA's charter model.
Council has until January 31 to provide
the Minister with information supporting
its decision to leave the authority, and de-
tail how it will tackle flood mitigation in
the future should a withdraw application be
Mr Brock has also requested submissions
from the other constituent councils that make
up the GRFMA surrounding APC's with-
"Minister Brock will carefully consider all
of their information provided and make a de-
cision in the best interests of APC, the Au-
thority and its constituent councils, the region
and the community," a government spokes-
"The Minister's chief concern is that flood-
ing risks in the Gawler River catchment are
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