Fri, 17 Mar|
AA Gold Coast Women's Retreat 2023
GCWR is a Women's AA 12-step workshop, held over a full weekend in the beautiful Gold Coast Hinterland. If you have been through the 12 Steps and feel you could use a refresher, or that a weekend of sharing and fellowship would benefit your sobriety, then join us!
Time & Location
17 Mar, 4:00 pm – 19 Mar, 10:30 am
QCCC Tamborine, 255 Beacon Rd, Tamborine Mountain QLD 4272, Australia
About the event
When: Friday 17 March, 4.00pm – Sunday 19 March, 10:30am
Location: QCCC Tamborine, 255 Beacon Rd, Tamborine Mountain
Cost: Registration is $199 or $237 (with linen provided by the venue) inclusive of booking fee.
- 2 nights accomodation, each room is dorm-style with bunk beds (max 3-4 people per room) with own ensuite
- All meals included, Breakfast, Morning Tea, Lunch, Afternoon Tea, Dinner & Snacks
- A fantastic line-up of speakers providing a walkthrough of the AA Twelve Steps
What to bring:
- Sleeping bags or blankets and sheets, pillows (mattresses provided)
- Linen hire available from venue for $38 - select this option in payments
- Warm clothing for cool nights
- Big Book, Pen & Paper
- Towels & toiletries
- Rug or Picnic blanket (fireside meeting)
A portion of the ticket price is non refundable - this portion is paid to the venue and for expenses out of our control. Amount Refundable on each ticket is $100 only. Please advise us ASAP if you are unable to attend as we may be able to replace your ticket from our waitlist and provide a full refund.
MORE ABOUT OUR LOCATION
Located only 30kms from the Gold Coast and 70kms from Brisbane, QCCC Tamborine is an ideal place to breathe in fresh mountain air, take in breathtaking views, and enjoy the laid back country charm. The site has one of the best views available in Queensland with a sweeping 360 degree vista of Brisbane, Moreton Bay and the Scenic Rim Hinterland.
The Gold Coast Women's Retreat began in 2022. Now in its second year, the weekend is designed to act as a "steps refresher", providing a guided walk through the steps in a supported environment, as well as informal fellowship leading to life-long friendships. We home women feel empowered to leave the weekend armed with the tools and confidence to carry the message of AA to those still suffering.
"Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organisation or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety."