In the Limestone Coast we are all ‘Rural women’, let’s together celebrate each other because when we thrive all of society benefits!
WiBRD hope to bring rural women together to connect; share their stories, collaborate in their businesses and the community as well as celebrate the wonderful region that we are lucky enough to live in. Inspired by Jackie Elliott of Rural Women’s Day in Victoria.
This event hopes to support rural and regional women to be involved and feel connected in their communities. Like Jackie, we want to take a small moment out of our lives for International Day of Rural Women, to consider and reflect on the positive and inspiring Women in our community; to celebrate, inspire and encourage, in a period we all need it most. With this in mind our luncheon will feature local rural women who will share insight into their journey.
Special thanks to Tahlia Gabrielli and the Ray White Mount Gambier team for supporting this event. We thank Ray White Mt Gambier for your continued support of Women in Business & Regional development.
This year we have also included $10 from every ticket to be donated to our chosen charity.
So why not make an afternoon of it; gather your friends, teams, other locals from the community and join us for what is going to be a wonderful afternoon
Date: 15th of October
Time: 12.30 PM
Venue: Hollick Estate
tickets: *Members $89.00 | Non-member $105
*One Member ticket per Member
Price incl. GST, booking fee & $10 donation
Inclusive of a 2 course meal – Main & Dessert plus Sparkling wine on arrival
Drinks package is available $33 per person: Includes 3 hours of Wine, Beer & Soft Drink
What Is International Day of Rural Women?
The first International Day of Rural Women was observed on 15 October 2008. This new international day recognizes “the critical role and contribution of rural women, including indigenous women, in enhancing agricultural and rural development, improving food security and eradicating rural poverty.”
Rural Women’s Day was inspired to share stories of women that are real and empathetic, stories from the farmers, stay at home mothers, regional educational and health professionals, and regional community members.
Special thanks to the WiBRD Major Partner Flinders Envision for making this all possible