CWA Hall for Hire in Canowindra

Become a Member

Membership to the CWA Canowindra Branch is open to any woman.

If you’re thinking of joining us and furthering the aims of the Association do get in touch with our secretary by emailing her at or just fill in the contact form.  

You are always welcome to come to a meeting as a guest.

By joining the CWA, you will be part of a powerful State-wide organisation. This will enable you to participate in improving the world in which we live. Our branch members meet once a month and engage in many different activities, from fundraising, handicrafts and cultural activities to debating current social or environmental issues. 

Annually, we focus on a different country which involves study, school activities, food and culture and giving assistance in times of need. 

Members receive our bi-monthly journal, The Country Woman and a regular e-news.

Find out more about CWA Canowindra.


The Canowindra Country Women's Association Branch was started in May 1924 as there was a need in the town for a place where country women can get together to share in friendship and understanding.


The Canowindra CWA seeks to improve conditions & welfare of women and to empower women in our community, through fellowship, transfer of new and traditional skills and community support.  You are welcome to join.


Our impact our actions have upon agriculture and the environment. At Canowindra Branch we focus on recycling reusing resources as well as promoting power saving ideas which benefit the local community.


Canowindra Branch like other CWA Branches often get involved in craft and cooking activities.   Our talented ladies produce craft work that is presented to the CWA Group and State level.  Come join in the fun.

Canowindra Country Womens Association (CWA) Branch

Branch Hall:
14 Blatchford St,
Canowindra NSW 2804

Mail to:
PO Box 118 Canowindra NSW 2804