Women from all walks of life are members of the QCWA and they join for a variety of reasons. The QCWA means something different to everyone and that’s the way we like it.

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We are an active community of women who, together, improve the lives of people living in regional, rural and remote Queensland. 

We are renowned for our great home cooks and handcrafts—but the QCWA is so much more than that.

It’s about friendship, community and connection.

Why not join us today?



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It doesn’t matter where you live; there’s a way for you to join in the fun, join in the activities and feel connected to other women.

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Country Kitchens

The QCWA's Country Kitchens program is funded by the Queensland Government. Since 2015, this health promotion program has partnered with our renowned cooks, visiting rural and remote communities statewide, improving food and nutrition literacy.

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What Does Being A Member Mean?

"I’ve made wonderful friendships with like-minded, community spirited women and I also enjoy the many activities, craft and social events on offer." 
Roxanne Doyle, Sandgate Branch.

"I feel honoured to be a part of an organisation with a history as rich and as inspiring as the QCWA. I joined our local branch because they are a very welcoming community orientated group, have wonderful values and the QCWA is a strong voice of change and empowerment for women." 
Katie Ball, Malanda Branch.

"The QCWA is making healthy communities through connections, education, creativity and care." 
Alison Topp, Condamine/Arubial Branch.

"The QCWA is an amazing organisation supporting Queensland and Queenslanders." 
John Reghenzani, Friend Member.

"The QCWA became my support group as a young mother. "
Alison Hagaman, Dayboro Branch.

"I was looking to meet other women, make new friends and learn new skills." 

Marie Baulch, Koumala Branch.

"I joined QCWA when the Branch President offered this pathway as a friendly introduction to my new community, where I knew very few people. I felt very special and received a warm welcome!"
Barb McMillan; Dirranbandi Branch.

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Helping Queensland families

has been the heart of the QCWA for almost 100 years.  We improve lives though advocacy and by providing opportunities for women around education, health and community throughout every phase of a woman’s life. 

We welcome donations, bequests, sponsorships and of course, new members. 

Ways to support






Need to hire a hall?

Meetings, exercise classes, workshops, functions and other get-togethers can all be accommodated in a QCWA hall. With hundreds of halls across Queensland we have a space for almost any type of gathering. And by hiring a hall or rooms you’ll be helping QCWA and your local community.

The QCWA would like to thank the following for their valued support.


What bonds us is friendship and a strong desire to help others.
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