Coffs Harbour to host Country Women’s Association NSW’s biggest annual event

The Country Women’s Association (CWA) North Coast Group counting down to the Annual General Meeting and Conference, this year being hosted in Coffs Harbour.

THE COUNTRY Women’s Association (CWA) North Coast Group gathered at the Big Banana for a celebratory countdown to Coffs Harbour hosting the highly anticipated 102nd CWA Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Conference in 2024.

The CWA of NSW State Conference and AGM are being held in Coffs Harbour between 5-9 May 2024, meaning an influx of over 600 CWA members and their partners to the city.

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“To welcome our visitors we have been busy out in the community talking to businesses about sponsorships, discounts and offers from their businesses for the CWA ladies whilst they are here,” CWA Coffs Harbour Branch President Jodie Williams told News Of The Area.

“Throughout Coffs’ CBD we have been met with fabulous enthusiasm.”

The CWA’s AGM and Conference is a cornerstone event in the organisation’s calendar, bringing together dedicated women from rural and regional communities to discuss key issues, share ideas and celebrate their achievements.

The Coffs Harbour State Conference will feature a diverse program of business sessions, presentations and networking opportunities, covering a range of topics relevant to rural and regional communities.

“From discussions on sustainable agriculture to a Q & A on rural crime, the conference aims to equip attendees with valuable insights and tools to address the unique challenges they face,” said Jodie.

All displays are free and open to the public.

Members of the community are welcome to sit in on the business sessions as observers.

In addition to its substantive agenda, the conference will also showcase the rich culture and hospitality of Coffs Harbour.

“Attendees will have the opportunity to explore the city’s stunning coastline, sample its renowned local cuisine, and experience its warm and welcoming community spirit.”

The Big Banana Fun Park is supporting CWA’s efforts as a great driver of tourism to the region with special deals, homemade banana muffins, locally roasted coffee and more.

“As preparations for the 2024 State Conference continue, the CWA of NSW looks forward to welcoming members, partners, and supporters to Coffs Harbour for what promises to be an unforgettable gathering of rural women united in purpose and passion,” said Jodie.


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