Daughters of the West

Graduates from the 2019 Daughters of the West Program

The 2020 Daughters of the West program is going online

The health and wellbeing of our program participants, volunteers and staff are our priority and to ensure we protect our community against the spread of COIVD-19, the 2020 Daughter of the West (DOTW) program will be delivered online. 

With the best interests of our participants in mind, this modified online program will aim to support the women of Maribyrnong to stay socially connected, safe and healthy during this time. 

The online program will run for 8-weeks, commencing Tuesday 6 October and finishing Tuesday 24 November.

Register here

Session details

There are two weekly sessions to choose from:

  • Tuesdays, 10-11.30am
  • Tuesdays, 7.30-9pm

Joining the online sessions

Using a laptop?          

Simply click on the 'Zoom' link sent to your email to access the program each week (the link is emailed to you once you register for the program). 

Using a smartphone or tablet?

Download the free application to your device before your session starts - Apple or Android.
Then use the information sent to you via email after registering to join the session. 



What is the Daughters of the West online program?

This free, online program aims to improve the mental and physical wellbeing of women living, working or recreating in the City of Maribyrnong. The 2020 DOTW program includes weekly webinars via 'Zoom' with guest speakers presenting on a different health topic, followed by an engaging small group discussion and fun social activities with your local MC. All registered participants will have access to a provisional psychologist and receive physical activity 'videos' to help improve your physical and mental fitness.

 Health topics covered in the webinars include:

  • nutrition
  • mental health
  • cultural diversity
  • alcohol habits
  • women in leadership
  • gender equity
  • women's health


More information

For further information about the Daughters of the West, please get in touch via email or call 9688 0200.