Rural Women's Network
The Rural Women's Network (RWN) is a state-wide government program within the Department of Primary Industries (part of Trade & Investment, Regional Infrastructure and Services).
The RWN works in innovative ways to share information and promote action on rural women's issues, often in partnership with individuals, groups and non-government and government agencies. More about us.
There are several ways you can stay in touch and find out the latest news. See our Updates section for details.
Cindy Cassidy of Ariah Park, Trudy McElroy from Deniliquin and Sophie Anderson from the Byron Bay Hinterland are finalists in the 2015 Award.
A free 8-page booklet with information on services and resources and what to do if you're a victim and how to help a friend.
IN THIS SECTION
- About RWN
Background and role of the NSW Rural Women's Network and staff profiles.
- Contacting RWN
- Calendar of events
Listing of events run or supported by the NSW RWN and Rural Support Program.
- Grants, funding and scholarships
Grant, funding and award opportunities.
- NSW Rural Women's Gathering
- Projects and activities
Current and past projects, including Hidden Treasures, Daring to Dream, SOFT and Time Out 4 Blokes courses.
- Publications and resources
Books, magazines, leaflets and more.
- RIRDC Rural Women's Award - NSW/ACT
Information on applying for the Award.
- Support services and help lines
Quick reference for support agencies and programs.
- The Country Web
A newsletter for rural women and their families.
Stay in touch and find out the latest. Join our free Rural Email List, Twitter and our Blog.
- Useful links
Large range of websites, grouped by topic.
- Rural Women Connect