Liz Corfield

Liz Corfield has been a member of the Keiraville Branch of the Country Women’s Association for five years and is currently serving as its president. She discusses the countless projects the CWA undertakes, including the production of boomerang bags, miracle babies’ beanies, and trauma teddies, in addition to advocacy, women’s refuges, and other fundraising and community contributions. Liz also speaks of the CWA’s involvement with the Uluru Statement from the Heart and says she enjoys being a part of the fascinating group of ladies aged between forty-nine and ninety.

Listen to Liz’s Interview

Liz’s audio interview can be downloaded here.


Country Women’s Association – CWA – C.W.A. – Wollongong Branch – Keiraville Branch – Keiraville Branch of the CWA – Guide Hall Beaton Park – Road Conditions – Fundraising – Handicrafts – Cooking – Knitting – Competitions – Illawarra Group – Domestic Violence – Mission To Seamen – The Eve Project – Keiraville Women’s Refuge – Koala Sponsorship – Boomerang Bags – Library Bags – Miracle Babies Beanies – Trauma Teddies – Uluru Statement From The Heart – Advocacy – Women’s Refuge – Street Stalls – Raffles – Handicrafts – Agricultural Officer

Amplify - smallBe a digital volunteer and help edit the computer generated transcript of Liz’s interview:            

Liz’s Interview Transcript

CC This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International

Liz’s Photo Album