"Walking through the door is like popping to your Mum’s for a cup of tea - it’s that feeling of belonging that creates a sense of community”

George Cartwright

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About Us

The Centre provides a wholly free service that offers support for women in all aspects of their lives and is often referred to as a ‘Home Away from Home.’

In caring for women the Hedland Well Women’s Centre is caring for the health of families and Port Hedland's community. We celebrate our dedicated support of the health and well-being of women in our town for the past 28 years.

Our service engages over 12,000 women, children and visitors each year. You are welcomed and cared for in an open, non-judgmental atmosphere and confidentiality is assured at all times. Our staff take a holistic approach to women’s issues focusing on physical, emotional and mental health.

Our programs and services are open to all women living in or visiting Port Hedland, including Aboriginal, migrant and refugee women, and their families.

Join us for a range of varied activities, designed to create connections and friendships and provide important clinical health services and counselling to women and their families.

To view our Constituation please click on the below link 

Our Team

Rebekah Worthington -CEO
Tracey Morrison -Program Co-ordnater
Jill Byrne -Administration Officer
Katie Grace -Full Time Councillor
Elyssa Michelle -Nurse
Nicole Bathurst -Dietitian
Simmy Ratto Knott -Part Time Councillor

Our Vision

To support, encourage, enhance and empower the women in the Port Hedland community by developing programs that provide supportive assistance and change.

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Port Hedland

Many women making Port Hedland home have come from a metropolitan environment and have often travelled interstate or inter country.

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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." Shar...

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