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Welcome to The Country Women's Association of Victoria Inc.

The Country Women's Association of Victoria, Inc. is an organisation for country and city women everywhere. With over 5,600 members, 40 Groups and 320 branches throughout the State meeting either day or night, this progressive and vibrant Association aims “to improve conditions by community service more especially as they affect the welfare of women and children”.

The CWA is a self-funded volunteer philanthropic organisation with a focus on friendship, personal development and advocacy. The Association encourages advocating on: community issues; sustainable development and the protection of the environment; and social issues. The CWA also encourages supporting community and taking an interest in the workings of government at all levels. It awards educational grants and scholarships.

The CWA was formed on 12 March 1928 and today boasts over 5,600 members. Each member belongs to one of 320 branches state-wide that maintains its own program and is empowered to meet community needs. We are also a member of the Associated Country Women of the World (ACWW), which has non-government organisation status with several United Nations agencies.

"Part of a worldwide network of city and rural women supporting women, children and families"

 


The Country Women's Association of Australia

ABN 65 020 254 668
Patron: Her Excellency Lady Cosgrove

Conference Contacts:

www.cwaa.org.au
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03 5662 4432
24 Hassett Street
Leongatha. VIC. 3953

Conference Highlights:

2015 National Conference
70th Anniversary Celebration
Conference Dinner
Tours for Partners
Key Note Speakers
Thanksgiving Service
Exhibition
State and Territory Reports
Resolutions

Travel by:

Road
Rail and Coach
Air

Come to the 2015 National Conference

Theme: Mother Earth - Soil and Water Conservation

Celebrate the 70th Anniversary

24-27 August 2015

8.30am Monday - 4pm Thursday

Panthers Club @ 1 Bay Street

Port Macquarie NSW

Registrations close 1 July 2015

Click here for more information about the 2015 National Conference

Noela MacLeod
National President

Marion Dewar
National Secretary

Betty Burgess
National Treasurer

 

Take advantage of:

Accommodation Discounts
Early Bird Registrations

Now Available:

Flight Bookings
Port Macquarie Airport
Accommodation Options
Draft Program Outline
Exhibition Schedule
Registration Form
Conference Postcard and Map