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Office for Women

WIS What's On

The WIS What's On provides details of services and activities for women of SA as at Monday 5 June 2023

All programs are free/low cost unless otherwise noted. For more details, please visit our Facebook page.

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Women are Strong Women do Survive8-week educational support group for women dealing with the effects of abusive relationships. Bookings essential.Ph. Tammy on 0403 772 859 or
Helen 8186 8911
Location provided on registration.
HackhamTo be advised
The Shark Cage Group – (It is recommended to complete Women are Strong women do survive before  attending The Shark Cage)

An assertiveness and self-confidence building course

8-week course to help you build a strong sense of self and to feel empowered

Ursula Ph.0439 981 045
Sandra Ph. 0447 525 288

Crèche available: Jo Ph. 0429 269 320.

O’Sullivan BeachTo be advised
Family and Domestic Violence Peer Support GroupAn open group for people who have survived family and domestic violence to come together to share their experiences of what it has been like to build a different life for themselves. Creche available.Junction Australia
Ph.8392 3080
Email Tammy at
Southern Area
Address provided on registration
Mondays  during school terms

Zahra Foundation
Pathways to Empowerment

Healthy Decisions - Explores social norms, decision making and advocating for self and others.Zahra Foundation
For more information contact -
Ph. 8352 1889


To be advised

Zahra Foundation
Pathways to Empowerment

Healthy Futures - Builds on skills and goal setting, with the ability to create an individual pathway plan for the future including information and support for study or work.

Zahra Foundation For more information contact - Ph. 8352 1889 


SouthTo be advised

Zahra Foundation
Pathways to Empowerment

Healthy Communication -
Explores boundaries, communication strategies and respectful relationships.

Zahra Foundation For more information contact - Ph. 8352 1889


CentralTo be advised

Zahra Foundation
Pathways to Empowerment

Healthy Relationships -
Uses creative activities focussing on reconnection with self and community, values and rights.

Zahra Foundation For more information contact - Ph. 8352 1889


Port AdelaideTo be advised
Women's Domestic Violence Court Assistance ServiceSpecialist legal service for women affected by domestic & family violence. Includes assistance with intervention orders and ending tenancy agreements.

Women's Domestic Violence Court Assistance Service - WDVCAS
Ph.1800 246 642

Online enquiry form here

Multiple locationsOngoing
Family and Domestic Violence No Interest Loans (NILS) support at WISWIS is now supporting access to No Interest Loans for women affected by family and domestic violence. Contact us if you need support or information when preparing your NILS application.

Women’s Information Service
101 Grenfell Street
Ph. 8303


Family Court Support at WISConfidential support for women attending the Federal Circuit and Family Court in Adelaide. We also provide support if you have an online hearing, mediation, or family conference.For more information or to book your family court support please contact the Women’s Information Service on
Ph. 8303 0590
AdelaideOngoing -
subject to volunteer availability
WIS CHATCan’t find the information you are looking for?
You can now talk to WIS via Live Chat on our webpage.
Visit us at Women's Information Service Live-Chat
And click on the: “Hi there, how can I help you” pop-up

Women’s Information Service
Ph. 8303 0590

Women's Information Service Live-Chat

Aldinga Beach Children's Centre Volunteer Information SessionThe Women’s Information Service is now recruiting for more volunteers at Aldinga Beach Children’s Centre
Want to know more before you apply?
Come to our information session.
Aldinga Beach Children’s Centre
Ph. 8303 0590
AldingaMay 30
Ombudsman SA Outreach at WISTalk to the Ombudsman SA if you believe you have been treated unfairly or unreasonably by a state government department or local government agency.Ombudsman SA at WIS.
Drop-in 10am – 12 noon.
Ph. 8303 0590
Call-back service available.
AdelaideJune 29
Modern Day SlaveryModern slavery refers to a range of serious exploitative practises, that undermine a persons’ freedom and ability to make choices for themselves.Women’s Information Service
OnlineJune 22
Yoga at Whyalla WIS HavenCome and join yoga for all levels.  Beginners welcome.  
Followed by coffee and chat.

WIS Haven Whyalla at
Centacare Whyalla
Ph. 0407 251 696

WhyallaDuring School Term

The Creative Space
Whyalla Haven

A safe space for women to make friends, or chat to our friendly staff! Materials provided!Whyalla Haven
Ph. 0407 251 696 (Mon- Fri, 10am to 2pm) or Teri on 0477219410.
WhyallaStarts June 5
Craft & Chat Port Pirie Haven

Come along and join other women to learn craft in a relaxed, friendly environment.
During school terms.

Port Pirie Haven
Ph. 0499 420 923
Between 10am-2pm
Port PirieWednesdays
Let's Chat Gardening Port Pirie HavenFor women who enjoy gardening
Share ideas, make friends and
guest speakers
Port Pirie Haven
Ph. 0499 420 923
Port PirieFridays
The Haven Women’s GroupWould you like to connect with other women of the Adelaide Hills?The Haven Mount Barker
Ph. 0439 002 785
Mount BarkerMondays
Grief Guidance WorkshopsLearning to live with grief and lossPh. 8555 3941
GoolwaStarts June 6
Side by SideFree weekly women’s group at the Gawler HavenThe Haven at Gawler Community House          
Ph.0466 801 553
GawlerFirst Monday of the Month
Women and WordsA relaxed group for creative writing therapy run by a well-known local writerThe Haven Gawler
Ph. 0466 801 553
Our VoiceAre you an adult living with an intellectual disability?  Our Voice SA invites you to join their peer network in Whyalla.  Monthly meetings on Wednesdays from 10amFor more information please contact Cyanne on 0455 824 995WhyallaJune 28

Breastscreen SA

All women aged over 40, especially 50 to 74 years are invited to come alongPh. 13 20 50 to make your appointment or to find out more.

Port Augusta



Coober Pedy

Tea tree Gully

Roxby Downs

Mar – Jun

Late May - Mid Aug

Mid June

Early -Mid June

June – August

Late June – Early July

Are you safe at home?eLearn to find out more about how to have safe and respectful conversations about family violenceRegister at Are you Safe at Home- E-LearnOnlineOngoing
Financial Capability Workshop -Whyalla4-hour workshop presented by the Zahra Foundation
Join other women to learn how to make more of your finances.
Lunch provided

Ph. 0499 420 923


June 21

TAFE Victor HarbourFree training
Certificate IV in Community Services
Certificate IV in Mental Health
Apply NOW through SATAC at
Victor HarbourSemester 2
I wanna try everything“Someone should make this easier” when doing things online?
Want FREE help? FREE coaching, for those on no or low income, to help you do what you need to, with way less stress.

Book at Humanitix Try Everything - Free digital literacy support

or text 0403 941222

AdelaideStarts May 2023
Communication skillsAn 8-week course focussing on developing your English oral and written skills through topics that would interest you or topics you may come across in everyday life

Please register your interest by emailing:

Parafield GardensTerm 2, Monday’s
Ready Set PrepA 4-week program to learn to cook family meals. In ordered to be considered you must attend an information session. The cost is $10 for the 4-week program.For the information session please
Register at eventbrite - Ready Set Prep
Elizabeth DownsInformation Session
June 6
My Child and MeA positive approach to guiding children's behaviour.

Hallett Cove Karrara Kindergarten
Ph. 8381 9154

Forbes Children's Centre
Ph. 8293 9000

Hallett Cove

South Plympton

Starts June 6

Starts June 9

Bringing up Great KidsUnderstand your child’s emotions and behaviour and focuses on strong positive relationships.Woodcroft Children’s Centre
Ph. 8381 8005
WoodcroftStarts June 8
My child and Me ...with Burmese InterpreterA positive approach to guiding children's behaviour. 4-part workshop. Everyone welcome.St. Augustine’s Parish School
Ph. 8182 7900
SalisburyStarts June 14
Coping SkillsHelping children to develop resilience. Two- part workshopPh. 0497 119 071
AdelaidePart 1 June 15
Part 2 June 22
Coping SkillsHelping children to develop resilience. Two- part workshopSouthern Barossa Alliance
Ph. 0439 509 207
AngastonPart 1 June 21
Part 2 June 28
Keeping Families Safe: picking up the pieces after domestic violenceA 2-hour workshop for separated parents and carers to explore how children experience domestic violence and how to help children to healTo register please call Centacare  Ph.8215 6700
AdelaideJul 4
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