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The Queensland Rural Regional and Remote Women’s Network is here to CONNECT, DEVELOP and INSPIRE the wonderful women in our Rural, Regional and Remote Queensland areas.

Our role is to validate and legitimise the myriad roles of rural, regional and remote women.

QRRRWN strategic objectives are to develop the capacity of RRR women through education to overcome adversity, develop leadership and participate in decision-making.

QRRRWN uses its networks to reach RRR women and builds their capacity through:

  • Connecting by creating inclusive safe environments and providing capacity building programs
  • Networking RRR women with individuals, businesses, government and organisations
  • Inspiring RRR women to realise their potential, be influential, contribute and share their stories
  • Fundamental to our purpose is building the capacity of RRR women.


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An open invitation to all women (and men), conference attendees and local business owners and community members!

Join us for the 2019 Gala Awards Dinner at The Royal Hotel Goondiwindi for an evening of celebrations - featuring the announcement of the Strong Women's Leadership Awards.

It’s a great opportunity to mingle and meet other rural women over a few drinks and a delicious dinner so don't miss out!

If you haven’t already, get your tickets online today!

*Gala Dinner is included in Full Conference Registration *

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Westpac - PandaPearls Australia Pty Ltd - FPA - Financial Planning Association of Australia - FRRR - Queensland Women - Queensland Agriculture - Simone Wilson MP - Coralee O'Rourke MP - Sunsuper - James Lister MP - Member for Southern Downs
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Meet our 2019 Strong Women Leadership Award Finalists!
QRRRWN Young Woman with a Vision
Kate Perrett - Nanango

Kate Perrett lives with her family on a cattle property just outside Nanango. She is currently in Year 12 at Nanango State High School and like team sports, being outside and working with other people.

Kate tends to consider herself a strong leader with a great level of independence and confidence. She has been recognised for her leadership in many ways, such as being voted 2019 School Captain and then winning a National Leadership competition (Country to Canberra) for young rural women.

In 2019 Kate also won Youth of The Year and Public Speaking Award at our local Lions Youth of the Year Public Speaking Competition. Lastly, Kate was 2018 runner up for QRRRWN Young Woman with a Vision Award.

Kate has grown up working hard on the family cattle properties and is very aware of the struggles rural women face every day. Kate currently works after school as a babysitter and participate in many team sports such as netball and volleyball. Kate loves helping people and wishes to obtain a future career where she can do that every day.

We would love you to join us at the Gala Awards Dinner for the announcement of our SWLA winners in Goondiwindi on Friday 13th September.

Tickets available at qrrrwn.org.au/conference/

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Applications close at midnight today.

To make a bursary nomination head to the conference webpage and complete the online bursary application form. If you have any questions please email conference@qrrrwn.org.au

For more information visit our dedicated Conference Website www.qrrrwn.org.au/conference/

Online bursary application form available here:

With thanks to our generous sponsors & partners ... James Lister MP - Member for Southern Downs - Coralee O'Rourke MP - FRRR - Simone Wilson MP - FPA - Financial Planning Association of Australia - Queensland Women - Westpac - PandaPearls Australia Pty Ltd - Sunsuper

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