The Rural, Regional and Remote Women's Network of Western Australia

Engage | influence | develop

Rural, Regional and Remote Women of Western Australia

RRR in Action

Regional Women's Voices

Prepared in 2019 for the Department of Communities. Findings contributed to Minister McGurks WA Women’s Plan.

Sexual Harassment Submission

Submission to the National Enquiry of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace. Lodged Febuary 2019.

Breaking the Mould on Gender Equality

We celebrated International Day of Rural Women by celebrating some of the fantastic RRR women we have here in Western Australia.

WA Rural Women's Award

Every year the RRR Network works closely with DIPIRD and AgriFutures to organise the celebration for WA finalists and anouncement of our State’s winner.
What we do

Our Services

Advocacy

We advocate issues that affect rural, regional and remote women across Western Australia. As an apolitical, membership association we follow the needs of our Membership and have the ability to work with all political parties.

Research

Working with Government, industry bodies or corporate partners we conduct research in areas that either directly or indirectly impact women in rural, regional and remote Western Australia.

Networking

In addition to our Membership we have a strong following of nearly 4,000 people across out social media platforms and 3,000 on our mailing list. We host regular face to face networking events too.

Development

Something we are passionate about is rural, regional and remote women reaching their full potential. We assist with this by offering personal and professional development opportunities.
What Drives Us

Our Mission

Our network of strong, connected, and influential women from across the State drive us.

Established in 1996, initially as a WA State Government body, the RRR Network transitioned to independent entity in 2016. We are governed by a volunteer board of 8 WA women, elected by a broad base of financial members from across Western Australia.

Join Us

Are you the next

RRR Network CEO?

Our network of strong, connected, and influential women needs a new leader. 

The RRR Network Board is looking to employ a dynamic and driven CEO to take the RRR Network on the next stage of its journey. If you are passionate about the development of regional WA, the empowerment of the women living in rural, regional and remote WA and have the necessary leadership skills, then we would love to hear from you.     

Get Involved

Any person who supports the objects or purposes of the Association can to apply to become a member of the RRR Women’s Network of WA, in the first instance purchasing a membership for $220 via the RRR Network website.

Upcoming Events

February 27-28 - Kalgoorlie Leadership Masterclass

All Day Delivered in Partnership with Curtin University, this Regional Leadership Masterclass is a 2-day program delivered in Kalgoorlie. This program includes a comprehensive leadership program designed exclusively for WA women.

April 8 - WA Rural Women's Awards

6pm – 9pm Join the WA Rural Women’s finalists to find out who our State Winner will be. The WA winner will travel to Canberra later in the year to represent WA.

Breaking the Mould on Gender Equality

On Tuesday 15th October, the RRR Network of WA celebrated the International Day of Rural Women...

Celeste Barber: A Modern-Day Leader

Celeste is best known for making fun of herself and the women we supposedly aspire to be. She...

The Impact of Isolation

People in the regions have a unique set of challenges but in nearly all instances, most of them stem from ‘isolation’.

men in a woman's world

Men in a Woman’s World

As the song goes, the world would be nothing without a woman. On that same note, it would be...

RRR Network is Recruiting

Chief Executive Officer - Rural, Regional and Remote Women’s Network The Rural, Regional and...

Youth Career Coaching is Undervalued

By Jenny Gleeson The Foundation for Young Australians (FYA) states that “Young people are amongst...

Healing, support and recovery: choices for women in the regions

Written by - Daphne White, Executive Manager Operations for Desert Blue Connect   In...

Sexual assault in the RRR

In 2017-18, the sexual assault victimisation rate for females in WA was 7.0 per 10,000 females,...
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