Branch Membership - for new members only 

Join Full Member

Full Branch Membership Fee:  Membership runs from 1 January to 31 December and is currently $70 for the year.  If a new member joins after 1 July, the fee is $35.  You must be resident in Western Australia.

If you are seeking friendship, fun and an ability to make positive changes in your community, look no further than the Country Women’s Association of WA.  Please call our State Office on (08) 9321 6041 for a friendly chat with one of our staff, who will be happy to tell you all about what we do, and link you to your nearest Branch.

Membership of CWA is open to all country and city women who are willing to abide by the rules and work for the aim of the Association. Our aim is to improve the well-being of all people, especially those in country areas by promoting courtesy, co-operation, community effort, ethical standards and the wise use of resources.  We do this by a network of branches throughout the State where members work at local level to help with issues in their communities by coordinating activities, events and fundraising.  Members are provided with an array of opportunities for friendship and education through social and cultural activities at local or Association level.  We also work with the Government of the day on issues of concern to benefit the whole community.  The CWA of WA is affiliated with the Associated Countrywomen of the World (ACWW) and also assists communities in the South Pacific area.

Associate Membership 

Join Associate Member

Associate Membership Fee:  Membership runs from 1 January to 31 December and is currently $90 for the year. 

If you would like to be a member of Country Women’s Association of WA but are not able to attend Branch meetings, you can become an Associate Member.   If an opportunity does arise to attend a branch meeting or attend a CWA activity, Associate Members are always welcomed.

Thinking of Starting a New Branch?

Women who are thinking of starting a new branch, should contact the Chief Executive Officer at State Office on (08) 9321 6041 or [email protected] for more information.