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To achieve our aim, WVNA has established a network of groups as an efficient means for women veterans to join and make connections via social media and face-to-face gatherings both nationally and in various regions around Australia. WVNA operates by core values to define how we interact with one another, our partners and those we serve as follows:

Our Mission Statement

We honour everyone’s unique service experience and operate in a spirit of cooperation, compassion and understanding.


We are committed to sharing information and resources with past and present women who have served in the Australian Defence Force so that they can take initiative and make decisions to solve problems, deal with challenges and improve their lives.


We are building a strong community of women who have previously served in the military: where sharing information and ideas is encouraged and can be met with safe and supportive responses.


We are committed to empowering and sharing information and resources with current serving military women, and women military veterans so that they can access networking and support opportunities, deal with challenges and improve their transition and employment outcomes.


We are honest, transparent and ethical in our relationships and service to the women veteran’s community and other ex-service organisations.


Our community is inclusive of all women who have served, and we support all organisations who assist veterans with equality and compassion.


We provide encouraging support which will empower confidence for women veterans within a cohesive and engaging environment on social media, and in local networking groups.



Thu, 29 Feb


Sky Room Brisbane Convention Centre


It is mandatory for members to attend a Transition Seminar within 12 months of their separation date.

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29 Feb 2024, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm AEST

Sky Room Brisbane Convention Centre, 130 Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia

About the event

Transition Seminars provide information to assist Australian Defence Force (ADF) members and families to prepare for transition to civilian life. It is mandatory for members to attend a Transition Seminar within 12 months of their separation date.

Seminars provide information on programs and services provided by:

  • Transition Coaches
  • Joint Health Command
  • Department of Veterans’ Affairs
  • Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation
  • ADF Financial Consumer Services Centre
  • external service organisations.

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