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ALGWA Queensland Branch is hosting their annual Conference and it is one not to be missed!

The theme for this year's conference is 'Perils and Possibilities (of local government)'

Thursday, 3 August to Friday, 4 August 2023

Brisbane Airport Conference Centre, 
2 Dryandra Rd, Brisbane Airport

The Conference is designed to give delegates the inspiration and skills need to recognise the potential in themselves, their workforce and the community they represent as we travel through extraordinary times.


To register, please go to the Localtix webpage and complete the registration form –

(Please note that a booking fee will be applied)

ALGWA Member Full Registration $550

Non-Member Full Registration $650

ALGWA Member Day Registration $275

Non-Member Day Registration $325

Additional Welcome Function Tickets $80

We hope to see you there!

Any questions, please contact your Zone Representative.

2022 ALGWA National and Queensland State Conference – 1-3 March 2022

It is official, the Queensland Borders are open, and our Whitsunday Conference is on track to be one not to be missed!

ALGWA National and Queensland Branch invite you to join us in Airlie Beach from 1-3 March 2022. This year’s conference theme is Women Connected and Unshaken. The conference MC is Kim Skubris who will also be delivering 2 workshops as part of the program.

The last couple of years have thrown out some challenges. This is the perfect opportunity to take time to reflect, learn and network with your colleagues.

We have put together an inspiring program of engaging speakers who will share their experiences, after all our aim is to support you to be the best you can be.


Tuesday, 1 March to Thursday, 3 March 2022


Coral Sea Marina Resort
25 Ocean View Avenue, Airlie Beach
How do I register to attend?

To register, please go to Whitsunday Tickets - - ALGWA National and Queensland State Conference | Whitsunday Tickets

Further information

The Preliminary Program provides further details of the exceptional speakers we have lined up to inspire you.

Don’t forget if you are an ALGWA member, you will receive a discount on your registration! Corporate members can also send 3 persons from your Council membership rates.

The program also provides information about discounted accommodation and transportation from Proserpine Airport.

We would love to see you in Airlie Beach!

If you have any questions, please contact the ALGWA Queensland President, Councillor Jo McNally on 0408 819 983.

2019 - ALGWA Leadership Forum

The 2019 ALGWA Queensland Leadership Forum (Leading with Influence from any Chair) was held in Brisbane on 1-2 August 2019.

Some of the presentations delievered at the conference are available below. The remaining presentations will be added as they become available:

Daniel Robb (LGIA Super) - Super Essentials

Bronwyn Blagoev (DLGRMA) - Local Government Reform (including questions raised and sample How to Vote card sample

2018 - ALGWA Queensland Branch Conference

The 2018 ALGWA Queensland Branch Conference was hosted by Hinchinbrook Shire Council on 5-7 September 2018.

Some of the presentations delievered at the conference are available below. The remaining presentations will be added as they become available:

Daniel Fletcher - Leading Millennials in Local Government

Kirsten Pietzner - Grant Reform

Jasmina Nuhovic - New Integrity Requirements for Councillors

Dr Nikkola Stephanov PhD - Local Government and Integrity

Notification of the Annual General Meeting and Call for Motions

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Australian Local Government Women’s Association Queensland Branch will be taking place at the Biennial State Conference being held in Ingham from 5-7 September 2018. The AGM will be held on Friday, 7 September 2018 at the TYTO Centre, Ingham commencing at 3.30pm.

You are now invited to submit Motions for Consideration at our Annual General Meeting.

This is an opportunity for you to put forward motions for the meeting to debate. You do not need to have the support of your council/organisation as it is an opportunity for you as a member of ALGWA to put forward any issues that you are passionate about.

When preparing your motion, would you please include background information giving particular attention to all relevant facts and, where appropriate, costings/figures.

It would be appreciated if you could please forward these motions to by the closing date of Friday, 17 August 2018. Following the close of motions, an agenda will be prepared and distributed prior to the meeting.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact your Zone Representative.

Previous ALGWA Queensland Conferences

The ALGWA Queensland Branch Conferences are conducted on a rotational basis with an expression of interest being offered to the next Zone Councils each year. Below is detailed the previously successful Councils:

2022 Whitsunday Regional Council
2019 ALGWA Qld Branch
2018 Hinchinbrook Shire Council
2016 Brisbane City Council
2015 North Burnett Regional Council
2014 Southern Downs Regional Council
2013 Whitsunday Regional Council
2012 Cairns Regional Council
2011 Gold Coast City Council
2010 Gympie Regional Council
2009 Toowoomba Regional Council
2008 Moranbah Regional Council
2007 Charters Towers City Council
2006 Caboolture Shire Council
2005 Gayndah Shire Council
2004 Stanthorpe Shire Council
2003 Mackay City Council
2002 Hinchinbrook Shire Council
2001 Winton Shire Council
2000 Kilcoy Shire Council
1999 Bundaberg City Council
1998 Barcaldine Shire Council
1997 Rockhampton Shire Council
1996 Cairns City Council
1995 Peak Downs Shire Council
1994 Caloundra City Council
1993 Dalby Town Council
1992 Hinchinbrook Shire Council
1991 Caloundra City Council

Member's vote for the successful host Council each year at the Annual General Meeting.