Challenging the CWA stereotype, we're an enthusiastic, dynamic group aiming to help make a difference, especially for those in our community who may need
CWA Sydney City was formed in 2000 as one of the few evening branches and since then our membership has swelled to over 90 women – ranging in age from early 20’s to 70’s, from many cultures, professions and walks of life.
Our Branch offers all women a diverse range of opportunities. We’re all for ‘having a go’ and doing our best to:
raise much needed funds for educational scholarships and essential health and
champion community interest in sustainability and the importance of eating locally, supporting Australian farmers and fresh produce
raise awareness, drive change and lobby Government around vital social and
take part in reviving and rejuvenating time-honoured ‘granny skills’ and hold regular workshops and get-togethers on jam and preserve making, and handicrafts
participate in Branch, Group and State baking, cookery and handicraft competitions
learn about international traditions and customs while keenly supporting our local
culture; this year’s country of study is Poland
support one another in CWA friendship, providing valuable networks and opportunities
to grow in confidence
…along with how-to’s on baking the perfect scone!
CWA Sydney City is proud to be one of six Sydney metropolitan branches which belong to ‘Phillip’ Group.
We encourage like-minded women to come together and continue to challenge the stereotype and help make a positive change to our communities to join us at CWA Sydney City.
More than just ‘tea and scones’, we’re confident the CWA of today will be around to fulfil its role and continue to be a strong and relevant force long into the future.