Understanding your Resume.

This workshop will take you through key aspects of resume writing and how to present your best attributes, experiences and achievements.

Your Resume is your "Sales Brochure" and a great one will enable you to secure that interview.

First Impressions/Interview Techniques.

This workshop will help build your confidence to tackle your next job interview.

Learn to prepare for behavioural questions and be offered some great tools and techniques. We also go over tricky questions you have been asked in the past and coach you on ways to move forward with confidence.

Tell your Money where to go.

Do you get to the end of each week and wonder where your money has gone?

This workshop aims to give you back control. Learn hints and tips to identify money "leakage", stretching your dollar further, credit card and payday lender traps and how to deal with Banks and Utilities if you get behind on your payments.

Makeup and Self-care workshop.

Learn how to use makeup and apply with confidence. Our qualified stylist will take you through a basic skin care and makeup routine that will help enhance your appearance when dressing for an interview.

Join us on Monday 8th March at 6pm to celebrate International Women's Day 2021.

BYO seating, so bring along your portable chair, picnic rug, pillows etc for our boho vibe night.

This is an ALCOHOL FREE EVENT,  but you will be able to purchase food & non alcoholic beverages from the food vans available.

This is a ticketed event and wristbands for entry will need to be picked up from the centre a week prior to the event.

Bios of our speakers will be uploaded prior the event so keep your eyes peeled!

Tai Chi with Di - Term 1 2021

Tai Chi with Di is back! Sign up for this 6 week course by calling 9021 8266 or emailing

Date: 03 Nov 2020, 5:45pm - 8:00pm (GMT-12:00) International Date Line West
Please be advised that the Goldfields Womens Health Care Centre will be holding its Annual General Meeting on 

  • Date:               Tuesday 3 November 2020
  • Time:               5.45pm for a 6.00pm 
  • Venue:             Goldfields Women’s Health Care Centre, 15 Dugan St Kalgoorlie 



To celebrate Carers Week 2020, the Goldfields Women's Health Care Centre are hosting a Goldfields Carers (Zoom) Meeting with Minister Simone McGurk MLA. Come along to the Railway motel on the 12 October at 1pm, and have the opportunity to speak to the Minister about yours or other people's experiences as carers in the Goldfields. 

Practicing Mat Pilates helps build a strong, balanced body and increases flexibility. As you progress in your practice you will notice improvements in breathing, focus, stress management, and body awareness. Mat Pilates is perfect for beginners because you only need your own body, a mat, and some floor space...  Book you place for Term 3 Mat Based Pilates with Di from Goldfields Physio at Goldfields Womens Health Centre.

To register contact the centre on 9021 8266 or

GWHCC International Women's Day 2020 - SOLD OUT!!!!!

Guest Speakers include Yvie Jones &  Lanna Hill

Sunday 8th March 
2pm - 5pm 
Kalgoorlie Boulder Racing Club 
Meldrum Avenue, Kalgoorlie     WA

$10 per head - Payment can be made via the link below or by cash or eftpos at the centre

Tickets for the event will need to be collected from the centre: 15 Dugan Street, Kalgoorlie.

Entertainment by: K2 - Henri & Mairia

Afternoon Tea will be provided, Tea & Coffee

This is an Alcohol Free Event!

"Connecting People to Parks & Nature"

Tuesday 10th September 9am
We will be meeting at the main carpark entrance

Join GWHCC and KBULG for a guided bush walk through the beautiful Karlkurla Park (57 Paddington Drive, Kalgoorlie)
Following the walk we will be supplying a lovely morning tea.

This is a FREE event and everyone is welcome!

Please register via the link

Mindfulness Mediation Information night

Mindfulness is a way to train your brain to become more aware of the enjoyments in your daily life. Like working out your body it takes time to develop the muscle.
If you have wondered what the benefits could be, join Iris for a taster of the  8-week mindful meditation where you will learn about the pillars of mindfulness.

- Non-Judging
- Patience
- Trust
- Non-striving
- Acceptance
- Letting go
- Beginners Mindfulness 

All welcome 

Mums & Bubs Post Pregnancy Pilates

Facilitated by Mel a qualified physiotherapist, the sessions are designed for fun and to regain fitness post pregnancy.

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea brings people together to raise funds that will make a big difference to those impacted by cancer. The idea is simple, just get your friends, colleagues or community together over some tea and treats, and help fund Cancer Council’s life-saving research, prevention, support programs, and information                 

Join the GWHCC to raise funds for Cancer Council's Australias biggest Morning Tea   .
Connect with others, share stories,recipes and do your bit to to help the 1 in 2 Australians are diagnosed with cancer before the age of 85..

FREE INFORMATION SESSION - Physiotherapy Advice During Pregnancy
Monday May 6th 5-6pm

Topics discussed on the night:
*exercise during pregnancy
*postural changes
*abdominal separation
*pelvic, lower back & pubic pain
*pelvic floor & bladder/bowel health
*managing all the above & more

Please register your interest through the GWHCC Events Page 


Goldfields Women’s Health Care Centre & Artgold are partnering for this terrific event and we would love to see you there.

You don’t need to be at the Sydney Opera House on 10 March to experience the main stage action of All About Women. We’re excited to be streaming three headline sessions and an exclusive backstage Q&A, live from this preeminent festival on gender.

All About Women features emerging new voices from around the world speaking to future directions in feminism.

 Event timeline | Sunday, 10 March 2019 

#MeToo, Year Two – Emily Steel, Sohaila Abdulali, Tina Tchen 
hosted by Lenore Taylor 
An exclusive backstage speaker interview will be conducted by Edwina Throsby, Head of Talks and Ideas, Sydney Opera House, with Emily Steel
feminism in the arab world 
Aya Chebbi, Dima Matta, Randa Abdel Fattah 
hosted by Sarah Saleh 
leading while female 
Julie Banks, Julie Bishop,Linda Burney, Sarah Hanson-Young
hosted by Jacqueline Maley


Emily Steel, Sohaila Abdulali, Tina Tchen hosted by Lenore Taylor 

A decade since the Me Too campaign began, and a year since #metoo rocked the entertainment industry, there has been a clear cultural shift. Across industries, women who were preyed upon, exploited and harassed have spoken out and sought justice, and the movement has gone global. 

But it hasn’t all happened smoothly. Louis CK returned to the comedy stage. The Senate confirmed Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Now that accountability frameworks have been put in place, are the structures of justice and legal systems changing? Have we seen a fundamental shift in the way power functions, or is it temporary and superficial? How is #metoo playing out in different countries and cultures?

In this essential panel, we’ll be exploring how the movement must evolve to represent women worldwide, and to create long-lasting cultural and political change. 


Aya Chebbi, Dima Matta, Randa Abdel Fattah hosted by Sarah Saleh 

In a global feminist movement, our understanding of women’s rights needs to go far beyond the English-speaking world. 

Arab women are so often pigeonholed, orientalised and othered in western discussions about feminism. But the reality is there are strong feminist and LGBTQI movements across the Arab world. This panel, co curated by artist, poet and activist Sara Saleh, challenges the assumptions so frequently made by westerners, that Arab women are subjugated and oppressed, by giving space for some of the loudest activist voices across the middle east.

This session will demonstrate that discussions about women in the Arab world can go much deeper than “why do you wear hijab?”, and explore the issues and concerns, both political and personal, for Arab women and LGBTQI people.


Julie banks, Julie bishop, Linda Burney, Sarah Hanson-Young hosted by Jacqueline Maley

While some of our most popular politicians are women, they are still frequently overlooked for leadership positions, are subjected to personal scrutiny to a level not inflicted on their male colleagues, and they cop all sorts of sexist garbage while just trying to do their jobs. Yet women have a huge amount to contribute to public life, and our society would benefit from greater female representation in parliament. So what needs to change to make more women want to run for public office in Australia? Join this frank discussion about the pitfalls and rewards of working in the sector, and how we can shift the culture so girls who want to grow up to be PM are inspired, not discouraged.

Registrations to this event are essential