After the opening of The Cherry Gardens Hall in 1956, it was decided to hold regular monthly dances as a fund raiser. The monthly dances continued to attract good crowds. We used several different bands to provide the music, usually 3 piece comprising of piano, saxophone and drums.Read More
The Agricultural Bureau is an Australia wide movement which assists with the needs of the farming community. The South Australian division is known as the central Agricultural Bureau. A Cherry Gardens branch was formed at a public meeting held on the 15th of November 1892.Read More
The Cherry Chatter committee would like to welcome 2 new families to the district.Read More
Soon after the end of the 1939-45 World War there was a move to upgrade the Hall. From fundraising, to planning, to construction, it was truly going to be the Hall that the local population built and paid for.Read More
Guest Speaker Steve Adcock of DroneCo: Steve provided us with an insight into using Drones in Agriculture and showed us a range of drones which he uses in his business of photographing weddings, social events, mining operations, vineyard vegetation growth etc.Read More
Former long-time resident of Cherry Gardens Rob Walker recently launched his new book, “Square Pegs” at the Once and Again Book Café on Marion Road. Rob and his wife Lyn lived at 111 Cherry Gardens Road for 31 years.Read More
The Museum opening times are posted on a sign outside the museum and will be open for the last time this year on Sunday, 25 November from 1pm to 4pm.Read More
The SA History Festival has grown significantly from 2004 when 97 organisations participated in the first History Week. Cherry Gardens participated in a couple of the earlier History Weeks with a display of some past history at the Hall one year, and a bus tour through the district in another year. So I guess the question is whether any local residents would like to participate in something for the 2019 SA History Festival.Read More
A good news story with a happy ending. One thing that was learned is that any open wound on a Koala needs to be treated as it will very quickly get fly blown and this will likely result in blood poisoning and a slow painful death.Read More
The reported offences for Clarendon/Cherry Gardens areas for the period 30/8/18-10/10/18.
Nil reported offences for CHERRY GARDENS or IRONBANK.