In the next couple of weeks we will be feeding out more information about what to expect, including the amazing members who are joining us to present workshops, the inspirational speakers who will be sharing their stories, and the other great activities and events that we will be hosting.
We have all we need!
Registrations open at 2.30pm Friday 22 October allowing you time to get to Dalby and check in to motels with our first event starting at 5pm that evening.
We are hoping to have the conference wrapped up by midday at the latest on Sunday 24 October to allow you to travel home again.
You will find the first public draft of Conference below, which includes details of what we aim to present at Conference. This will continue to be updated.
We have listed the main accommodation locations that we have found in Dalby. This might not be an exhaustive list and you are more than welcome to do your own searching.
The list can be found on our Accommodation in Dalby page: https://www.qrrrwn.org.au/conference-accommodation/
The QRRRWN Annual Conference offers a unique opportunity for your organisation to highlight and promote your product and service offerings to a highly targeted and engaged audience.
Connect your business with this vital & engaged sector of our rural communities and change makers and showcase your services or offering to Queensland rural and regional communities.
The strength of our network ensures your investment continues to be valuable for many years to come.
QRRRWN members and their friends who attend our events are highly engaged and passionate about making a contribution and enhancing the resilience and future of their communities.
Applications sought from stall holders – be a part of “The Gathering” an opportunity to showcase your wares, increase your exposure and network.
The QRRRWN Annual Conference attracts women from Rural, Regional and Remote Queensland to Connect, Develop and Inspire over a weekend of speaking engagements, networking and learning opportunities.
The Conference is directly marketed to members, potential award winners, national investors, industry stakeholders and friends with over 7,000 Facebook followers, 3,500 Twitter followers, 150 LinkedIn followers and 500 Instagram followers and growing.
Connect your business with this vital & engaged sector of our rural communities and change makers and showcase your services or offering to Queensland rural and regional communities. The strength of our network ensures your investment continues to be valuable for many years to come.
View the prospectus below and see if any of the options suit you.
As you would know, our members are some of the most influential, inspirational and creative women around and many were willing to share their skills and knowledge with us.
Our amazing presenters include, but are not necessary limited to, the following wonderful ladies, in no particular order:
The Annual Conference is the highlight of the QRRRWN calendar. Following a pause in 2020 QRRRWN board are excited to announce that, after great deliberation, the 2021 Annual Conference will be hosted in Dalby in the Western Downs region.
For more information please see our Media Release
A region the size of Tasmania, just 2.5 hours west of Brisbane and an easy drive from the Sunshine and Gold Coasts, the Western Downs has a growing population of over 34,000 people.
The region’s diverse economy, vibrant active communities and the extensive infrastructure and multi-billion dollar energy investments are ensuring that the Western Downs continues to go from strength-to-strength.
Western Downs Regional Council is one of only a handful of council’s in the state of Queensland to be debt-free, having paid the final instalment of its $60 million debt in March 2019.
Council is very proud of this immense achievement which it had been working towards since 2015, proving itself to be one of the most financially prudent councils in Queensland.
Located in the heart of the resource rich Surat Basin, the region has a diversified energy portfolio with five pillars of energy generation: Coal, Gas, Ethanol, Wind and Solar cementing our reputation as the Energy Capital of Queensland.
Not just solar and sorghum the Western Downs is famous for its unique, large-scale events with Council hosting Opera at Jimbour and the Big Skies Festival, adding to the region’s five other major festivals.
Built on agriculture and thriving in the intensive agriculture, energy and manufacturing industries, Western Downs Regional Council is focused on making our region a great place to live, work, visit and invest.
At the heart of the Western Downs is our community, after all – it’s the people that make it.
The Dalby Events Centre is Dalby’s unapparelled fully self-contained Event Complex.
Located just a 3 minute drive from the centre of town, the Dalby Events Centre has recently undergone major refurbishments to bring Dalby to the forefront of venues & events in Queensland
This conference is generously funded by the Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal (FRRR). The Gala Dinner and Youth Program is sponsored by the Queensland Government.