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North Hobart, Tasmania 7002

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News and Events

Women's Health Tasmania hold events throughout the year to inform, entertain and celebrate women. Upcoming events are listed below, advertised in our Newsletter, and on our Facebook page.

Annual General Meeting 2020

It’s AGM time again! This year we must think about social distancing, so we will be holding our AGM at the SOHO Arts Centre (also called the South Hobart Living Arts Centre). This will give us enough space to be together.  

Woman wearing a face mask and AGM Guest Speaker Rebecca Thomson

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information

Due to taking preventative measures to slow the spread of COVID-19 the Women's Health Tasmania centre is closed, but our phone lines, phone counselling service and the Women’s Health Information line remain open.  Please call: 6231 3212 or for Women's Health Info Line call 1800 675 028.


To do your bit to keep yourself and our community safe please:

Covid-19 Information

Forum for Health Professionals - Religious Discrimination Bill

****The forum has been cancelled. Health professionals are working on the COVID-19 response currently.  We will advertise again when this event is rescheduled****


A forum to assist doctors and other medical and health practitioners to hear from and discuss with a range of experts the practical ramifications of the proposed 'Religious Discrimination Bill'.

First We Dance... Then We Revolt...!

****Unfortunately this event has had to be cancelled.  If you have any queries please call: 6231 3212 or email:****

WHT Big Rosie Day

The event was a fabulous success with more than 220 Rosies counted, a new Pan Pacific Record for the greatest number of women in one place dressed as Rosie the Riveter. And we have had official confirmation, New Zealand did indeed weep at news of our record.

Nellie and Maggie