The Country Women's Association of New South Wales, a not-for-profit association formed in 1922, is part of the largest voluntary women's organisation in Australia. Members work for the welfare of all women and their families - country and city - through representation to all levels of government, fundraising events and the teaching of life skills.

The Cowra Branch was formed on the 7th November 1923.

The aim of the CWA is to work to improve conditions for country women and children.Alongside those aims, Cowra Branch also aims to foster educational opportunities through the provision of scholarships & grants.

Our objects are achieved by consulting governments about many issues, including Heath, Education, Transport, Social Services and the Environment