• 19 Jun 2015
  • 21 Jun 2015
  • Lake Leschenaultia, Chidlow, WA


  • Camp Attendee - Members Only
    Friday and Saturday night dormitory-style accommodation, delicious meals from Friday evening to Sunday noon, all activities, (except canoeing) just BYO drinks only.

    Camp Leschenaultia provides bunk beds, enough for all to have lower bunk, with mattresses, pillows, hot showers, a commercial kitchen and huge indoor area with a warm fire.

    Campers - bring your own doona and bed linen, or sleeping bag, hot water-bottle or heatbag and warm pj's as it can get cold by the lake.
  • Join us and enjoy all day-time activities, workshops, tea breaks and meals including the Saturday Night Dinner
    1) Days for Girls
    2) Hoot Suite
  • Join us for
    Morning Days for Girls Workshop with Morning Tea
    Afternoon Hoot Suite Workshop with High Tea

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BPW WA Weekend Camp for Members

Time to relax, enjoy nature, attend workshops, eat, be pampered or just enjoy the  campfire and stunning sunsets over the tranquil water of Lake Leschenaultia named  for the blue flower found in the region.  This is wondeful natural bushland where you  can chill out, catch up with friends and make some new ones.

Join your BPW friends June Friday 19 - Sunday 21 at Camp BPW, on the shores  of beautiful Lake Leschenaultia, 45mins from Perth.

Two Payment Methods

1. Direct deposit to the BPW WA Bank Acc

BSB  633000 
Acc   141701367
Ref   Your Name

2. Online Credit Card - follow the links

Arrive Friday late afternoon,from 4pm, leaving your day-to-day responsibilities on  the coastal plain and head for the Perth hills. Watch the sun set over the lake  partaking of a welcoming, casual meal with members from all BPW WA clubs.

There are many activities to enjoy. Two workshops will be run on the Saturday, the first a sewing endeavour for the  - 
Days for Girls Project being hosted  by BPW Harvey. Read more about this project to help girls stay at school and  women stay at work. BPW Harvey members will be hosting the Saturday morning  session, assisted by Deborah Gordon of BPW Joondalup who has been involved  with this project for some time. They will share with us their tips for sewing up and  compiling the kits for the Days for Girls Project that is being supported by Young  BPW Australia Awardee, Mayase Jere.

 The second activity is a professional development workshop presented by  Fiona Waters and Vicki Brett.  These two enthusiastic young women will help you  work through the Hoote Suite web platform where you can manage all your social n  networks and monitor the conversations about your business.  Fiona is the  proprietor of the women's fashion boutique, Windows Boutique, and uses Hoote  Suite to help her run the marketing for the boutique. Vicki is a corporate c  communications specialist with some ten years experience in public relations,  marketing and journalism. Her days are devoted to helping people communicate  better – to get across what they want to say, effectively.

 If you are keen to get your club presence online at utilising all of  the new functions, Jasmyn Mumme will be available Saturday for training in small  group sessions. Members wanting to update their profile and list their business in  the online BPW Australia Member Directory can also work on that, too.

 There'll be an opportunity for you to participate is recording some short videos using  Green Room technology. We will have a BPW focus but you can learn how this  great technology can work for you on your own business websites.

 As with all BPW camps there is always an element of pampering and this weekend  will be no different. Heather Robertson, BPW Perth, has generously offered to  indulge us with facials etc.This is always popular so we will have a roster to ensure  Heather can also enjoy some relaxing times at Camp BPW, a small donation to help  off set the costs of products would be appreciated.

 What you need to bring with you:
 Bed linen/sleeping bag/doona, hot water bottle or heat bag, your towel,
 warm clothes and happy disposition and your alcohol or other drinks.

 What will be supplied:
 Your Bed and mattress, pillow, food - all meals from Friday evening to Sunday noon  and tea or coffee - workshops, fun and games and the best company in WA!

 What clubs need to ensure comes along with members:
 Your new club Banner and perhaps a poster showcasing club projects.

 Cost: of camp is $150 per person (all inclusive)
 Please register here at Camp BPW WA

 Come and join us!
 BPW WA President
 - Kate Waters

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