The National Rural Women’s Coalition provides a collaborative voice for women and girls living in rural, remote and regional Australia. It is one of the largest rural Non-Government Organisations representing the diverse views of women and girls. The NRWC builds positive profiles of the broad range of women and girls living in rural, regional and remote towns and communities providing policy advice to the Australian Government on matters relevant to their views and circumstances.
The NRWC provides initiatives such as leadership, advocacy and capacity building programs, information forums, conferences and webinars and utilises social media to communicate with women throughout Australia.
The National Rural Women’s Coalition comprises of five Member Organisations and three Independent Directors
- Australian Local Government Women’s Association (ALGWA)
- Australian Women in Agriculture (AWiA)
- Country Women’s Association of Australia (CWAA)
- National Rural Health Alliance (NRHA)
- Women in Seafood Australasia (WiSA)
What do we do?
The National Rural Women’s Coalition provides a collaborative platform for women to engage in and influence policy decisions and debate issues impacting rural, remote and regional communities. We do this through online webinars, networking, events, advocacy and educational programs.
To find out how you can get involved with the NRWC go to our