The Blue Mountains Older Women’s Network is a group of inclusive, proactive and supportive, like-minded women who meet monthly.
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Join the conversion with other like-minded older women in the Southern Highlands. Meeting monthly for companionship with many activities planned including bookclubs, walking groups and community involvement.
Coffs Harbour has a new Older Women’s Network. We welcome women of all cultures to build wellness and social connections within our community.
The Older Women’s Network New South Wales (OWN NSW) was established in 2001 as the peak body for OWN Groups across NSW.
We promote the rights, dignity and wellbeing of older women.
Wyong OWN endeavours to provide an opportunity for older women to voice concerns and opinions and be heard. We pass on local community news and raise awareness of worldwide women’s issues. Friendship and acceptance of women are important.
Our group was formed in 2002 welcoming all women, from all cultures, beliefs and backgrounds, who identify as older women. We conduct Gentle Exercise classes, Tai Chi, Craft, monthly Bus and Train trips etc.
The Older Women’s Network Sydney was formed in 2001, providing a supportive environment in which the social, political and friendship needs of older women are met.
When Noreen Hewett and Barbara Burnham came to the Sutherland Shire they researched the needs of older women, aged 55 years and over, and found that social isolation of older women was a priority that needed to be addressed.
OWN Northside Wellness Centre began in 1996 and established a Feldenkrais class for around 30 older women.
Based at the head office of OWN NSW, the Newtown Wellness Group are a friendly, diverse bunch of older women who share a desire to live life well.
Illawarra OWN began in 1998 after a meeting held by staff at the Bulli Community Health Centre. We didn’t need to be told twice that to have our voices heard we had to raise them.
Deepwater OWN Woy Woy is a unique venture born out of desire to create a warm, vibrant, safe, contemporary and comfortable space where your voice and views as an older woman are central, and our collective voice carries weight.
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