National Council of Women of  NSW

The voice to advance and promote women.

Our Aims

To work for the removal of all discrimination against women and the family, and to promote equal status of women in law and in fact 


To advocate for women’s opinions on all matters that affect their community


Inform members about matters of interest and concerns that will empower and educate.

Government Consultation

Consult with government when opinion or fact is sought affecting the status and needs of women and children.

Financial Literacy

To promote the equity and financial independence and literacy of women to advance their secure future.

Knowledge is Power

Combining events, activities, awards, insightful articles and the best in advocacy for women, the following keeps you informed about the work of the organisation and women’s issues


Event Calendar

Mentor Me


Awards and Certificates

Award Programs

Get Involved

  • Become an individual member
  • Have your organisation join
  • Volunteer for an event
  • Start a local community group
  • Become a mentor or a mentee
  • Join one of the activities or interest groups to advance our mission and values.
Cover for National Council of Women of NSW Inc.
National Council of Women of NSW Inc.

National Council of Women of NSW Inc.

Promoting the advancement of women and children - women’s welfare; social justice; advocacy; projects

A wonderful morning yesterday with South Sydney Rotary Club getting to know our local community. #ncwnsw #rotaryclub #107projects #Community ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
Today started off with our Patron, Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AC KC, Governor of New South Wales, at the "WugulOra, 'one mob' to remind us of an ancient culture and a history which is written in the landscape and embedded in the ageless traditions of art, dance and song... WugulOra is the connection we have with family, community, land and with each other. It speaks not only to our oneness but to the sacredness of these connections."Then joy to hear of our member, friend and colleague, Annie Kiefer AM, being recognised in the Australia Day Honours. A well-deserved accolade for her for many, many years of service to the community and women.Also, for her service to women's affairs (and other community work), Barbara Baikie OAM was recognised. Barbara is a past president of the National Council of Women of Australia and was an Australian representative to CEDAW.Like many of their cohort of awardees, both women continued their service throughout times of personal duress. Congratulations, so proud of both of you - bravo!Julie MorrisPresident#ncwnsw #australiadayhonours #womensvoices ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook