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Events near you

As part of our community engagement and fundraising activities the QCWA hosts a wide variety of workshops, functions and events open to the public.

Some focus on networking while others provide educational and learning opportunities around health, cooking and crafts or topics relevant to a particular location or community.

By attending our events you are not only supporting the QCWA but you might make a new connection or share and learn something new.

From the events calendar, you can view event details, sign up for events, register as a guest, and if applicable, pay the registration fees online.

To register your intention to attend, please click the event link and follow the instructions.

Upcoming events

    • 28 Oct 2021
    • 19:30 - 20:30
    • Queensland


    In partnership with Cobram Estate, there is a wonderful fundraising opportunity for QCWA. QCWA members, family and friends can help Australia set a Guinness World Records title by joining The World’s Biggest Virtual Olive Oil Tasting. $5 from each ticket purchased using the QCWA code will be donated to QCWA. The Board would like Division Presidents to participate as part of the first evening of post-conference Council and ask that the communication to sent out to branches as soon as possible to be shared with members and their communities to encourage as many people as possible to register for the event. If your Division has a Facebook page, we would also encourage you to post about the event using the information below and attached.

    You will receive an oil tasting kit delivered to your home for the online tasting with world renowned olive oil expert Leandro Ravetti, and health expert Dr Joanna McMillan. The details on how to use the code are attached and below. Registrations close Thursday September 30th at 5pm to ensure that Cobram Estate have adequate time to post out all tasting kits.

    What: Cobram Estate Go for Gold virtual Extra Virgin Olive Oil masterclass and tasting

    When: Thursday, 28 October at 7.30pm

    Cost: $10, includes delivery of tasting pack of oils, cups and offers

    Sign up:  Before Thursday 30 September at cobramestate.com.au/virtual-tasting

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Can I register multiple people from one household?

    Yes you can! However, please ensure to register each individual ticket with a unique name (and email address if possible). Any duplicates may be counted as only one person in our system.

    How do I join the event on the night?

    The event will be held online and we will communicate via email prior to the event with a link to join on the night. Please check your junk and spam email folders if you do not receive any follow up from Cobram Estate or Eventbrite.

    For more information visit the website, https://cobramestate.com.au/virtual-tasting

    • 11 Aug 2022
    • 08:30 - 17:00 (UTC-00:00)
    • The Event Venue

    Across Queensland, QCWA branch members will be celebrating the Association’s 100th anniversary which occurs on 11th August 2022.

    While Divisions and Branches are nominating their celebratory ideas for a compilation calendar of events, here is a sneak peek at some of the ideas.

    The Centenary Calendar of Events will be officially launched (pandemic dependant) at the opening of the Association’s annual State Conference, next October in Gladstone.

    Organisers hope to then host a cocktail party, open to the public, members and media, at the State Library, Brisbane in 2022 and a Gala dinner ball with the regional conference in Toowoomba in the same year.

    There will be several touring expos including:

    • 100 extraordinary, exciting and artistic tea cosies
    • 100 vintage, antique collectors’ items or inspirational new or retro aprons
    • Knitters are planning to knit squares to cover an entire football field, to then make blankets for the needy
    • History banners, one for each of the ten decades are being researched by historians, designed by artists and made by quilters from the association.

    Please email State Secretary at secretary@qcwa.org.au to register your interest in attending. 

The QCWA would like to thank the following for their valued support.

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