CWA in the news


Tributes flow for Jurien Bay's Coral Senior and Thelma Clausen

Tributes flow for Jurien Bay's Coral Senior and Thelma Clausen - two beautiful souls. Article from Countryman by Jessica Moroney with pictures from Facebook


PLC and CWA share a century of TLC

Six Old Collegians from Presbyterian Ladies College are featured in a book celebrating 100 years of WA’s CWA, reflecting the strong country and community links PLC and the CWA share. Article from the Post - Community News


Book Launch marks CWA 100th celebrations

The CWA celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2024 and marked the milestone with a book launch to coincide with International Women’s Day on Friday 8 March 2024. Article and photos by Lynette Carew-Reid from Farm Weekly - 14 March 2024


Cocktails to mark CWA centenary

Derby West Kimberley Air Branch is throwing a Gangsters and Flappers themed cocktail party on March 23 to raise funds to send members to the 100th anniversery State Conference. Article from Broome Advertiser by Katya Minns - 14 March 2024


Story Rises out of fire's ashes

Yarloop CWA president Lois Blackburn is featured in an article by Craig Dawson in the Harvey Reporter - Tuesday 12 March 2024


Wagin Woolorama 2024 Media Release

The CWA of WA was thrilled to be involved with the Wagin Woolorama in 2024, our Centenary year.


Recipe for 100 Years of Help and Friendship

As the CWA of WA marks 100 years, Malcolm Quekett (from WA Newspapers) discovers the awesome power of a group that has held Australia's rural communities together during the country's most difficult times and brought about phenomenal social change.


CWA in wheatbelt town saved by Young Community Citizen of the Year

Bonnie Telfer may not seem like a quintessential CWA deputy president, but the 23-year-old single-handedly saved her town's branch from closure after membership in Darkan fell to single digits. ABC Great Southern by Andrew Chounding 16 Feb 2024