Women's Wellbeing
Women Embracing Difference, Making a Difference

Everywoman Gathering

Everywoman gathering 'EWG' 2019:
Dream Weavers - Weaving Women’s Wisdom


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Spend the weekend together in the divine Numinbah Valley being inspired by workshops, sharing stories as women, celebrating our similarities and our differences, and most importantly connecting to YOU. 

Wherever you are in your life, you will be welcomed and supported by like minded, open hearted women to add to the rich tapestry of what a woman represents.

Friday 18th to Sunday 20th
Sign in from 4pm Friday
for dinner and opening ceremony starting 6pm
Depart Sunday 3:30pm

3510 Nerang Murwillumbah Road, Natural Bridge QLD
35 minutes from the M1 at Nerang,
Under 90 minutes from Brisbane CBD

EARLY BIRD ENDS 31st August 2019
$420 for Members
$475 for Non Members
(includes lifetime membership)
$480 for Members
$530 for Non Members

This includes all delicious vegetarian meals for the weekend, shared accommodation, ALL workshops and activities with highly experienced facilitators, some with international training. We also have a payment plan option.
Click here for pricing and to RSVP


EWG Annual Fundraiser

Each year our First Circle team of organisers for the Everywoman Gathering offer a memento of the event to purchase.




Bornhoffen Venue

Our annual Everywoman Gathering is located in a spectacular and inspiring setting.
It feels a world away from the distractions of the city, only 35 minutes from the M1 at Nerang and less than 90 minutes from Brisbane CBD.

Bornhoffen PCYC is one of the best places in south east Queensland for school camps, retreats, conferences, community groups, social groups, youth groups, clubs or special interest groups. For an aerial drone video of bornhoffen click here

Bornhoffen PCYC, 3510 Nerang-Murwillumbah Rd, Natural Bridge QLD 4211
For more information on the venue, click here. For the map, click here. For directions, click here



Acknowledgement of Country

Women’s Wellbeing Association would like to acknowledge and pay our respects to the traditional custodians of the land, the Yugambeh people, and their continuing connection to the land, water, seas and community. We also acknowledge and pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging.


See you there.

Images from our previous Everywoman Gathering's