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TEMPT your taste buds with Hewett
Takeaway & Kitchen.
Located at 1-3 Kingfsher Drive,
this takeaway shop is like no other,
catering for every taste.
Whether you are in the mood for
a juicy scotch fllet, creamy garlic
prawns, roast of the day or even a
curry, Hewett Takeaway & Kitchen will
have it ready to go.
The delectable menu boasts a large
range of dishes cooked by qualifed
chefs, which includes the normal
takeaway lunch options.
The shop prides itself on its gourmet
“We char-grill our own patties, we
use Barossa smallgoods, we make
our own sauces and we source our
breads through Bakers Delight in
Gawler,” shop owner David Trzeciak
There is also a range of sides and
sauces to complement every meal.
The team of nine features three
qualifed chefs, including the business
owner, who make most of the meals
in store using the freshest produce
Feeding the region for a year now,
the shop has recently come under
new management with a unique
approach to takeaway.
The store caters not only to a large
variety of taste buds, but also groups.
Children’s meals, family packs,
lunch specials and snacks are all
available in store.
The shop also caters for sports
clubs, businesses and functions, with
lunch specials available Tuesday to
Gluten- and lactose-free, as well
as vegetarian-friendly meals, are
The shop is open Tuesday to
Sunday, from 11am to 8pm.
Phone orders can be made on
Tasty takeaway at Hewett
David and Paul Trzeciak
PHOTO: Mary Ackers
8523 3805 | Shop 4, 1-3 Kingfsher Drive, HEWETT
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* Schnitzel meal
* 2 Buterfsh meal
* Curry of the day
* Roast of the day
* ¼ Chicken meal
* Small smash pack
* Soup of the day
* Chicken or beef satay
skewers with salad
* Hot chicken & cheese
roll with choice of sauce
* Roast lamb & coleslaw
Police powers extended
which would have seen Gawler
abandon its attempt to become
RV Friendly accredited, has been
ignored by elected members.
At a recent council committee
meeting, a staff-prepared report
suggested council write to the
Campervan and Motorhome
Club of Australia, advising that
it will not be pursuing an RV
Friendly site within Gawler.
However, the motion failed
to gain the required majority sup-
port, with committee members in-
stead deciding to simply receive the
staff report and project update.
Elected members in support of abandoning the RV
Friendly push included councillors Paul Koch, David
Hughes, Karen Redman and Adrian Shackley, while
councillors Brian Thom, Barry Neylon, Diane Fraser,
Scott Fraser, Kevin Fischer and Mayor Brian Sambell
Gawler Council has been investigating the merits
of gaining RV Friendly Town accreditation since it
was approached by the Campervan and Motorhome
Club of Australia in 2011.
To gain this status, a town must provide facilities
and services, such as a dumping point for waste and
grey water, a water-refill point and a safe parking
Some towns even provide shelters and barbecues.
Late last year, Gawler Council began its investi-
gations into possible RV-parking sites, including a
Murray Street reserve near Dead Man's Pass, Princes
Park, Clonlea Reserve or the caravan park.
"Council staff continued to investigate potential
RV locations within the Town of Gawler, however the
number of suitable sites is limited due to the nature
of the reserves being closed to public access between
dusk and dawn or leased to sporting clubs for their
use," council's most recent report states.
"All sites investigated would require infrastructure
work to make them suitable for use by recreational
The estimated capital cost of establishing an RV
Friendly facility is $34,000, plus an extra $20,000 if
council installed security cameras at the dump site.
Ongoing maintenance would cost about $21,250
Funding of such infrastructure works was consid-
ered during 2014/15 budget deliberations and did
not receive the support of elected members.
THE registering of some of Gawl-
er's most prominent parks and
sporting ovals under an act will
give local police greater power
to deal with offences on those
Gawler Council met last night to
consider registering six of its parks, re-
serves and ovals under the Recreation
Grounds Regulations 2011 (SA), as a
means of giving police broader powers
to deal with an offender and prevent
The proposal comes after an inci-
dent in May, in which a spectator en-
tered the field of play during a Barossa,
Light & Gawler Football Association
match between South Gawler and
Angaston, at the Gawler South Oval.
According to council's agenda, the
offender, who allegedly confronted
a South Gawler player, was removed
from the grounds by police, using
their general powers under the Sum-
mary Offences Act 1953 (SA).
However, if the reserve had been
named in the Regulations Act, the
person's actions could have attracted
more serious penalties, including a
maximum $5000 fine for obstruct-
ing a sporting event on a recreation
Officer in charge of Gawler po-
lice operations Senior Sergeant Lou
Costello said the Regulations Act is an
authority currently used at a number
of ovals around the Barossa and at the
Adelaide Oval in the city.
"It's about public safety," he said.
"If people who go along to those
venues are going to misbehave and be
disorderly, intoxicated or offensive,
then it's good to have that authority to
be able to remove them and deal with
them, without affecting staffing num-
bers should police be in attendance.
"We do have authority under the
Summary Offences Act to remove
those persons, but that's a very broad-
based power, whereas this one is spe-
cific to a certain venue or area."
While council's meeting was held
after The Bunyip's print deadline,
council staff had recommended El-
dred Riggs Memorial Park in Evan-
ston, the Elliot Goodger Memo-
rial Park in Willaston, Gawler Oval,
Princes Park, Karbeethan Reserve and
Clonlea Park, all be named under the
While council cannot directly alter
the act, it can provide a written re-
quest to the Attorney-General to have
its recreation grounds recorded.
-- Ellouise Crawford
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