Upcoming events

    • 03 Mar 2020
    • 6:00 PM (UTC+11:00)
    • Duke of Wellington Hotel, 146 Flinders St, Melbourne

    Please join us on Tuesday, March 3 to celebrate International Women's Day.

    The theme this year is #EachforEqual

    Our event will focus on Building Women’s Financial Independence – a critical step in empowering women and girls to take control of their future, and our special guest speaker will be Professor Roslyn Russell, whose recent research has focussed on the financial decision making and well being of women. See our webpage for further information.

    Venue: Duke of Wellington Hotel, 146 Flinders St, Melbourne

    at 6 for 6.30pm



    • 03 Mar 2020
    • 6:30 PM
    • Port Fairy Museum 30 Gibbs St then at Vic Hotel 42 Bank St Port Fairy
    Register

    BPW South West March Dinner


    Download the printable version of the flyer here.

    • 06 Mar 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Murrumba Downs Tavern

    Dear members and friends of BPW North Lakes

    Our annual Candle Lighting Ceremony is taking place on Friday March 6 at 6pm and we would like to invite you to join us for this special event. 

    Our ceremony is a chance to celebrate, remember and recognise women across the world as we continue to advocate for change. Lighting candles is not just a token gesture but a real declaration to let women know, both locally and globally, that as an organisation we’re here for you, we’re listening and you’re not alone.

    This year BPW is celebrating 90 years of empowering women around the world. Our club has been serving women in the community since 2015 and our members are proud to be part of an organisation that is recognised by the United Nations, supports the equality of women and is influential in changing outdated viewpoints for the better. 

    BPW is aligned with the 17 UN Sustainability Development Goals and as a club we have decided to support number 15 - Life on Land.

    At the end of 2019 and the start of 2020 Australia has faced one of the most devastating, destructive and heartbreaking bushfire seasons on record and our support and concern goes out to the many families in need. 

    In Queensland, 75% of the state is facing a greater threat. The slow moving, relentless threat of drought. Women in regional Queensland are doing it tough every day, doing the best they can to provide for their families. 

    Which is why this year we have chosen to work with the Queensland Country Women’s Association and have nominated their Public Rural Crisis Fund as our chosen charity for the Candle Lighting Ceremony. 

    All funds raised will be going to the fund which provides food vouchers to those families who need them most and assists with a lot of other necessities.  

    QCWA President Christine King is our guest speaker and will share with us the inspirational stories of women who are facing hardship in these areas and how we can support them. 

    We look forward to seeing you there. 

    To book click HERE


    • 09 Mar 2020
    • 11:15 AM - 12:30 PM (UTC+08:00)
    • Treetop Cafe Mater Dei College Treetop Ave Edgewater Joondalup
    • 45

    BPW Joondalup-Wanneroo March IWD Meeting

    Bookings are essential to secure a place as this is a sponsored event with no cost to attendees. BOOK HERE.

    Click here for Downloadable flyer

    11.15pm for 11.30am start to 12.30am

    • 16 Oct 2020
    • 18 Oct 2020
    • West Beach Parks Resort
    • 7
    Register

    Club membership is of great value to a woman who joins BPW.   It is where they can gain information about matters important to women, enjoy regular dinner or breakfast meetings and can participate in local projects that benefit women and girls.  It is also a place where life-long friendships are forged which creates a wide personal and business support network. 

    Why come to BPW Australia National Conference?

    Coming to National Conference is a great way to fast-track knowledge about BPW in these wider arenas.  It provides a forum for learning, sharing and enjoying being in the company of women who share the same ideals for gender equality.  BPW International members will also attend and share what is happening world-wide.


    Register to secure your accommodation

    BPW WA has put on hold, three villas for 15 guests as the Resort Villas are perfect for ensuring that we can stay together and enjoy the time. Deposit of one night accommodation $55 is required to secure a place.  Please assist by booking as soon as possible in the next two weeks. 

    Option to Extend Stay for Barossa Valley Tour Extension

    Select the 4 night option during the booking process to join tour on Thursday prior to National Conference.

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