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Cooking Up A Storm

Food, fun, friendship. You're invited!

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Below you will find the link to a survey that we have created to assess the need for a Thyroid Support Group. 


It is becoming more and more apparent that there are a high number of people that have been diagnosed as having either Hypothyroidism or Hyperthyroidism.

We would really appreciate it if you could take 5 minutes to fill out our Thyroid Survey.

There is an ‘any other comments’ section in the survey so if you have any other ides, suggestions or topics you would like us to cover, please let us know.

Welcome Morning Tea

Everyone welcome, fun, friendship and infamous scones!

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Welcome to the Hedland Well Women's Centre

A unique, specialist female service in Port Hedland, a growing town in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Women enjoy a range of fun activities and programs designed to create connections. We provide vital clinical health services and counselling to all women. You’re invited to call in for a cuppa, relax and see what we have for you. Read More

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Pink Ribbon Breakfast 2016

What another fantastic morning! Thank you so much for coming along to our 12th Annual Pink Ribbon Breakfast,  raising money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation, such a worthy cause and very close to many of our hearts. In the past 12 years the generosity of all of the participants at these Breakfasts has resulted in over $240,000 being donated to the Breast Cancer Foundation. CONGRATULATIONS!! 

What an awesome achievement. We absolutely can’t forget to thank the amazing businesses and individuals here in Hedland and those further afield who, without hesitation, contribute goods, vouchers, time and energy in assisting us year after year. We would also like to acknowledge our major sponsors BHP Billiton Iron Ore, the Ibis Styles and their wonderful staff and the North West Telegraph. This year we were lucky enough to have the inspiring Chrissie McDowell not only be a guest this year but our guest speaker, we thank her for sharing her story and strength with us all. 

The morning was a huge hit full of entertainment, laughs from our MC Denise Bevins and prizes just walking out the door, of course none of this is possible without our staff and committee behind the scenes who seem to keep making this event bigger and better each year. As donations are still coming in we hope to give you a final figure donated in the new few weeks so keep an eye out on our facebook page. 

Again THANK YOU for making this another successful and enjoyable morning.

All happening in 2017!!!






Cooking Up A Storm AUSTRALIA!

First Cooking Up A Storm for 2017 starts with AUSTRALIA! 

We will have our Dietitian Nicole Bathurst showing us how to eat yummy Australian food, 

Friday 27th of January 10am-12pm

2b Leake Street, South Hedland. This is a FREE event!

Free Womens Health Clinic

The Hedland Well Women’s Centre Women’s Health Clinic facility is a free service provided by the Centre's women's health nurse and offers a range of 1/2 hour screening services, including:   Pap smears STI testing ...

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Free Counselling

Our counselling is accessible, confidential and free. The Centre provides a safe place to talk and share, covering a range of major issues that frequently arise in the community. We provide individual and couple’s counselling for those experiencin...

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Adjusting to Babyhood Club

Every Wednesday 10am For Mum's & Bubs this wellness group is affectionately know as ABC's. The group meets at the Hedland Well Women’s Centre weekly and works to support new mothers and babies around zero to eight months old. Join this social ev...

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"When I came back to town a single parent, three kids under 10, with no home the Well Women's Centre helped me through many issues until I gained stability. Over the years I have always remained connected to the the Centre." Sharon Todd (photo of ...

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