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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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It gives us great pleasure to announce the finalists for the 2018 QRRRWN Strong Women Leadership Awards!

We look forward to profiling each of these amazing women over the coming weeks in the lead up to QRRRWN Conference when winners will be announced.

We would love you to join us for the QRRRWN Conference and Gala Dinner. Early Bird registration is available now!

For more information and registration visit our webpage:

Join QRRRWN today: qrrrwn.org.au/membership/
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Yesterday we were touched deeply by outback author Kelsey Neilson, who shared how she uses her media to tell the stories of the land and its custodians as part of the fabulous Story Teller Panel at our annual QRRRWN Ekka Week High Tea.

Kelsey Neilson lives on a large remote cattle property in North West Queensland where she is inspired on a daily basis by her life experiences in the outback to put pen to paper. She has a deep connection to the land and its custodians and is a passionate advocate for her community. Life in the outback has brought great joy as well as the devastating despair that comes with a decade long drought. But regardless of the seasons, she would never want to live anywhere else!

More snippets from the Ekka Week High Tea will be shared over the weekend!

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