Ada Raynor

Ada Raynor was a member of the Country Women’s Association (CWA) Wollongong Younger Set in the 1950s. This group established the Keiraville Branch of the CWA, of which she has been part of ever since, including serving a term as president. Ada talks of the contribution that the CWA makes to the community, their political involvement in improving road conditions, and their dedication to learning about other cultures. She was recently granted the honour of lifetime membership of the Keiraville Branch.

For another interview that focuses on Ada’s involvement with the Town Hall see:

Listen to Ada’s Interview

Ada’s audio interview can be downloaded here.


Country Women’s Association – CWA – Younger Set – Globe Lane – Burelli Street – Rest Park – CWA Tearooms – Baby Health – Women’s Rest Rooms – Wollongong Branch – Keiraville Branch – Band – Guide Hall Beaton Park – Road Conditions – Aboriginal – Bush Heritage

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Ada’s Interview Transcript

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