WiRE Program

The WiRE Program is in full swing!

Our GOAL is to help rural, regional and remote (RRR) women entrepreneurs create the business of their dreams around the lives they crave to live.

Help us to create an AWESOME new entrepreneurial capacity building program and support hub for women in Queensland!

Please like the Wire Program Facebook page so we can spread the spirit as wide as we can and check back often to be alerted of program activities and events!

Subscribe for FREE to the program and join this exciting initiative now!

BLOGHERRR – Drought Resilience Program

The QRRRWN BlogHERR Project was designed to connect, network and inspire women from the drought-impacted communities of Kingaroy, Goondiwindi and Charters Towers.

With funding from the Tim Fairfax Family Foundation and the Foundation For Rural and Regional Renewal, QRRRWN offered the opportunity for women from three communities to create blogs that reflect on and record the resourcefulness, resilience and regeneration that women inject into their families and communities.

QRRRWN President Alison Mobbs said, “These women truly make a difference when times get tough. We want them to share their stories with the world.”

Goondiwindi BLOGheRRR:

Rural Women Breaking the Self Worth Drought – Bec Beissel

The One That Got Away – Bec Beissel

Country Road Take me Home – Bec Beissel

Charters Towers BLOGheRRR:

Bringing Grandma Up to Date – Debbie Knuth

Through My Eyes – Debbie Knuth