State Conference and Annual General Meeting

2021 State Gathering

Saturday August 7 and Sunday August 8

Naracoorte

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2021 State Gathering flyer

2021 Registration Form WAB Members only

Dinner – Saturday August 7 – 7pm for 7.30pm start

Agriculture Bureau Members, click on the flyer below for details

2021 WAB Dinner Invitation

2021 Annual General Meeting

Sunday  August 8 at 2.30pm

In Penola and also via Zoom.  Details to be advised.

2020 Annual General Meeting

Due to Covid19 there was not a 2020 State Conference.  The Annual General Meeting was a virtual meeting via Zoom on Sunday 9 August at 2.30pm..

We created history in our group, staging our first-ever online AGM via Zoom.

The Management Team  arranged for members to gather at  suitable locations in branches/regions where they could view the meeting on a TV and  participate in the virtual AGM.  Members also attended the AGM at home. There were virtual Elections of office bearers

Covid-19 has caused many changes as to how we have operated this year and our AGM was no different.
It was lovely to see so many smiling faces.
Thanks to all attendees, those who nominated for positions for the coming year and to those who will be continuing in their 2 year term portfolios and positions.
Special thanks to Thelma Newman, our retiring Historian of many years. Special thanks also to our President, Narelle Scott, who has been at the helm during these unprecedented events and creating new ways for WAB to thrive.
Thanks also to our guest speaker, Alice Arbuckle from Guide Dogs

The 2019 State Conference and Annual General Meeting 

was held on Monday 19th August, 2019 at the Adelaide Hills Convention Centre

It’s all over but …… the messages offered by the motivational speakers will remain with us.

Thank you to these sponsors, you made our day memorable.

This event celebrated the 125th anniversary of Women’s Suffrage in South Australia.  On 18th December 1894, the Adult Suffrage Bill was passed granting women, for the first time in Australia, the right to vote and the right to sit in Parliament.