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2 – 4 August 2002

“What Women Want”

Tanunda was the seventh Rural Women’s Gathering held in South Australia.

Linda Andersen was the Chair of the organising committee.

The Reception and Gathering Dinner was held at the Chateau Tanunda, and the Workshop sessions were held at The Arts and Barossa Convention Centre.

Keynote speakers were Robyn Moore, the voice behind “How Green is my Cactus”, Her Excellency Marjorie Jackson-Nelson, Governor of South Australia, Maggie Beer, well known Barossa identity, Bruce Munday, Chair of the Landcare Association of South Australia, Tim Roseby, Head of the Commonwealth Foot and Mouth Taskgroup and the Hon. Caroline Schaefer MLC, Shadow Minister of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries and Regional Affairs.

An estimated 230 women attended from across South Australia and from interstate.

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