Women’s Groups Brisbane & Queensland

Women’s social, networking and interest groups in Brisbane and around Queensland.

  • Australian Breast Feeding Association Gold Coast – regular meetings, support and information for breastfeeding mothers.
  • The Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA) is Australia’s largest breastfeeding information and support service and is recognised worldwide as an authority on breastfeeding management. You will find a wealth of information for both parents and for health professionals on their website.
  • Children by Choice – Provide information on all unplanned pregnancy options available to Queensland women including referrals for abortion, adoption and parenting.
  • Queensland Country Women’s Association, is one of the largest women’s organisations in Queensland, and was established in 1922. Members involvement is voluntary. The role of the QCWA is to improve education, health and welfare of women and children and hence the family, particularly in the isolated areas of Queensland. QCWA is non political and non-sectarian.
  • Feather’s Women’s Social Club – Gay women’s social club for all ages. Monthly dances on the 3rd Saturday of every month, and other activities to suit a range of interests.
  • Forum Communicators is an organisation for women to increase their self esteem and gain confidence through learning specific skills; effective communication; club administration; chairing meetings; leadership; the duties of office bearers all in an atmosphere of support and encouragement. There are groups throughout Queensland. See the website for details.
  • Kenmore Evening VIEW (Voice Interests & Education for Women) Club
  • The National Council of Women of Queensland Inc has an extensive network of partners and affiliates across the state. The network of these organisations enables the sharing of information, effective communication and better support across all segments…
  • OWNQ (Older Women’s Network Qld) is a network of Branches in Qld, holding regular meetings for mature-aged women. The groups offer friendship, life enrichment, mutual support, companionship; they promote healthy ageing and have a voice in national policies affecting older women . OWNQ affirms the contribution of older women to Australian life, and promotes positive images of mature-aged women.
  • Oxenford & Coomera Community Youth Centre The Centre was designed and operates for the entire community, regardless of age, race, lifestyle or background. You’ll find activities for all ages, including young families, young adults and senior citizens. Lots of weekly classes & programs.
  • Queensland Country Women’s Association, is one of the largest women’s organisations in Queensland, and was established in 1922. Members involvement is voluntary. The role of the QCWA is to improve education, health and welfare of women and children and hence the family, particularly in the isolated areas of Queensland. QCWA is non political and non-sectarian.
  • Queensland Rural Women’s Network
  • Qld Working Women’s Service is a free, confidential and supportive service assisting women with work-related matters. QWWS targets our services to assist women who may not have other support or union membership.
  • Queensland Women in Public Service – The network for Queensland women working in the public sector. It was formed in 1982 to promote the status of women employed in government.
  • Soroptimist International Brisbane City – Non-profit breakfast club involving women in management and professions, working to advance the status of women and children through projects that engender equality, sustainability, peace and human rights (for all).
  • University of Queensland Women’s Studies Resources includes Hecate: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Women’s Liberation.
  • Vulcana Women’s Circus – Encouraging womens participation in physical skills through non-competitive programs. Projects include circus workshops and community outreach programs.
  • Womenspace – An organisation that aims to create a space for women to meet and explore their spirituality. They host events such as yoga, morning teas and workshops. Womenspace is on Homebush Rd, Kedron.
  • Zonta Club Brisbane South – An international women’s network. Woolloongabba.
  • Zonta Brisbane Metro Breakfast Club
  • 1800RESPECT – National counselling helpline, information and support 24/7 – Are you experiencing sexual assault or domestic and family violence? Seeking to support someone who is? We can help. Phone 1800RESPECT on 1800 737 732 or visit www.1800RESPECT.org.au. For more information about a service in your state or local area download the DAISY App in the App Store or Google Play.

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