Women's Resource Centre




International Women's Day

International Women's Day (IWD) is an annual celebration for Southern Women's Group Inc. IWD is enjoyed across the world each year on March 8. The day provides an opportunity for the community to recognise the achievements of women and their contribution to society. On this day, women can celebrate the progress that has been made but also contemplate those areas of women's lives where true equality has not yet been achieved.

Heart Foundation Go RED for Woman – Making Messages Project

This fabulous project was a collaborative effort with both Bega Valley and Eurobodalla Shire Services including CRAAC, Dept. of Education- SaCC, Southern Area Health Service-Women’s Health Child Youth & Family and Bega Valley Women’s Health Nurse, Katungul AMS, Uniting Care-Aging NSW/ACT and Red Cross Narooma.

Making Messages project aims to educate communities that heart disease is a women’s health issue; to increase awareness about the warning signs, heart attack signs and treatment and management of heart disease for women and to provide heart health screening checks for women living on the Far South Coast. Protecting the hearts of the women we love video click here to view


Dept. Of Housing Street Investment Project

The Street Investment project has improved the amenity of the site 6-8 Peden Street Bega for the tenants. The project has fostered greater social interaction between services SEWACS, SCTS and WRC, which has improved networking and collaboration of services to social housing tenants.

The project has provided

  • Improved engagement with the tenants from Brogo Flats Peden Street Bega

  • Three garden beds with the assistance of youth tenants

  • Two lemon trees in increase access to free fresh food

  • Outdoor furniture that can be utilised by the residents

  • Sun shade over table for summer sun protection

  • trellis for increased privacy for tenants using table

  • A place to enjoy common activities together and a sense of community

Heart Foundation women and heart disease
an active heart is a healthy heart
Making the invisable visable