Catering Services by CWA Canowindra

CWA Hall for Hire in Canowindra

About our Catering Services

Catering is a primary source of income for the Canowindra CWA enabling us to raise funds for a wide range of activities including the CWA hall refurbishment and local/national charities.

Canowindra CWA provides catering for all types of events:

  • morning and afternoon teas
  • on-site lunches and dinners
  • major functions such as birthdays, weddings and wakes.

We have cooked and baked for small morning teas through to weddings and functions for over 100 guests.

Our CWA Hall boasts a fully equipped commercial style kitchen and we cater for events in our Hall or at your venue, with food prepared and served or prepared for you to serve. Amongst our members we have many years experience in cooking, baking and food preparation and also hold Food Safety Certificates.

We can offer a variety of food from finger food to sit down menus, catering boxes or your family favourites. We design our menu to suit your tastes and budgets and use seasonal and local produce to support our local farmers and businesses. Special dietary requirements can be catered for on request.

Our capable country women can fetch up a feast under most circumstances, indoor and outdoor.

Past catering activities include:

  • finger food for 150 at the Simon Tedeschi Concert
  • 2 course roast dinner for Lions and Lodge presentation nights
  • on-farm lunches for the Model Aeroplane Competition
  • morning tea for the Community Reading Day
  • morning tea for the Vintage car rally
  • wedding menu for over 60.
  • sliders and soup at the Canowindra night markets
  • onsite lunches for the Canowindra show

So whether it is scones with jam and cream, an old fashioned roast, canapes, formal dinners or gourmet delights, the ladies of Canowindra CWA cater for you.

Fill in the catering  enquiry form with your catering request or email if you need us to provide catering services.



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