The Gold Coast Branch is the oldest established branch having being formed in 1978 in Queensland.
It meets regularly; has a number of special interest groups and a very dynamic social program.
The Branch awards bursaries annually to promising female students who have excelled in the fields of education, social sciences and community leadership and to support women to further their education.
For further information about the Branch or to join, please contact President Carol Little.
Bursaries (see Scholarship Page for details):
* Isobel Taylor Award (Presented to top education student at Griffith University Gold Coast Campus)
* Sybil A M Vise Award (Presented to top social sciences student Bond University)
* Dr Mary Crawford Award (Presented to top student for Community Leadership – Southern Cross University – Gold Coast Campus)
Meetings: Regularly with notification to members
* March – International Women’s Day
* June – World Environment Day
* September – Branch AGM
* December – Christmas Dinner
For more information about these activities or about the Gold Coast Branch contact the President.