Women from across the Riverina have made the eight hour trip to Tamworth for the general meeting of the CWA.
Now in its 93rd year the meeting has attracted around 1000 women from across the state.
From the Riverina there were 35 women in attendance to ensure their voices were heard.
Various motions were tabled to be debated by members from across the state when the meeting began.
The Rock branch put forward a motion highlighting the safety on buses.
Other motions debated included: an investigation on the health effects of e-cigarettes, medical marijuana being legalised, the future of road safety campaigns and funding for landholders to eradicate wild dogs.
The meeting commenced on May 4 and will conclude today.
CWA prides itself on being an important lobby group on a wide range of issues effecting rural women, their families and communities.
The meeting was held at the Tamworth Entertainment and Conference Centre.
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