Our Aim

To improve the wellbeing of all people by promoting courtesy, cooperation, community effort, ethical standards and the wise use of resources.



Our Purpose

Uniting women and strengthening our communities through friendship, education, service and advocacy.



Our Vision

To be a strong, reputable, relevant voice positively impacting lives and communities throughout Western Australia.


The Meaning behind the CWA Tree Logo

The tree trunk represents longevity, solid roots, wisdom and a connection to the land and nature. It is a nod to the Country Women’s Association of Western Australia’s Aim: To improve the wellbeing of all people, especially those in country
areas… At the same time, it also represents tree-lined streetscapes in regional and metropolitan towns and cities.

The branches are a representation of the various sizes and shapes of the different member branches that make up the CWA of WA.

The heart-shaped leaves of varying size represent the many multigenerational women that form the Association, their caring natures and spirit of togetherness, and the support and connection that they offer each other.

The CWA monogram is laced at the base of the tree, part of the foundation, tradition and history of the Association, signifying the 100 years of service to the Western Australia community.

Joint Patrons of CWA of WA

His Excellency the Honourable Chris Dawson AC APM, 

 Governor of Western Australia

 and Mrs Darrilyn Dawson



A Message from our Patrons 


   “With proud family connections across regional Western Australia, it is our privilege to be patrons of the Country Women’s Association of WA. We hope you will join us in supporting the CWA in their 100th year, and into the future.”


A Message from our State President

Mrs Anne Gething

32nd State President of the Country Women's Association of Western Australia


"It's a great honour to share the festivities of the auspicious year with our members, our joint patrons, our sponsors, and the many, many supporters from local families and businesses across the State."

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