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International Women's Day

Celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of Pacific women.

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Honour Her

Recognize and show appreciation of the sacrifices and hard work of our dearest mothers. It’s her we turn to when needs arise. Thank you.

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Advocacy & Networking

Enabling women to develop strong networks locally and nationally, taking advantage of our international connections.

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Personal Well-being & Professional Development

Providing authentic leadership on women’s issues and building the capability of emerging women and girl leaders.

Explore PWPBN

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Inviting you to discover more about our dynamic community that supports and empowers women across Australia and the Pacific region in their professional and business pursuits.

Our organization is committed to providing opportunities for women to connect, network, and develop their skills, as well as promoting the achievements and successes of Pacific women in these fields. Our team is made up of dedicated professionals with a passion for women’s empowerment, and our board is composed of experienced leaders from various industries. We acknowledge the valuable contributions of our members and supporters in helping us achieve our mission, and we look forward to continuing our work in advancing women’s success in the Pacific.

As we explore and celebrate the achievements of Pacific women, we also acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of the lands and waters on which we live and work, and we pay our respects to their elders, past, present, and emerging.

About Us

Our Story, Mission, Vision, Promise, Guiding Principles, and Values

Our Work

Leadership | Personal Well-being & Professional Development | Advocacy & Networking

Our Board

Meet the Women Who Make PWPBN Possible


Recognition of and respect for Aboriginal Peoples


Recognition of and respect for Aboriginal Peoples