ⓘ Response to COVID-19 

CWA of NSW (every branch) has cancelled ALL group activities until further notice in line with Federal and State Government and CWA of NSW directives.  In addition, the CWA Hall in Kurrajong is closed until further notice to everyone other than the emergency services, should they require it.


The CWA was formed in 1922 when country women were fighting isolation and a lack of health facilities. Within the first year, the Association was a unified, resourceful group that was going from strength to strength. The members worked tirelessly to set up baby health care centres, fund bush nurses, build and staff maternity wards, hospitals, schools, rest homes, seaside and mountain holiday cottages - and much more. The women of the CWA have been initiators, fighters and lobbyists. They have made localities into communities by providing social activities and educational, recreational and medical facilities.
Women in NSW and ACT can join a local branch and have a voice in the nation's affairs, socialise with others and assist the community.
The CWA is the largest women's organisation in Australia and aims to improve conditions for country women and children. We reach that aim in various ways including lobbying for change, helping the local community, creating a network of support and meeting together in towns and cities.

Monthly Meeting: 3rd Wednesday of the month 9:30am (morning tea) for 10:00am

Social/Handicraft Day: 1st Wednesday of the month at noon.  Bring your own lunch.  

Visitors are always welcome and, with few exceptions, there is no charge for our 'normal' activities.  However, the CWA year begins in October and the membership fee for 2019-2020 is $48.50.   Anyone who joins in or after April only has to pay half.  There is no separate charge associated with our Social/Handicraft days.






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