- Ex-Services organisation
At the end of the World War II, surplus funds were divided between the different state Women's Land Army groups. New South Wales was allocated 500 pounds. A group of 'girls' who had worked at the New South Wales Australian Women's Land Army Headquarters, established a committee. Aileen Lynch former AWLA superindent in NSW suggested that the money be placed in an account which would be used to establish a club to further the interests of all ex-members of the AWLA in welfare, training and advisory capacity. The club was to have a city base where the girls could continue their wartime friendship and arrange return visits to the country centres where they had worked. 
 Scott, Jean. Girls with Grit p. 157
Sources used to compile this entry: Scott, Jean, Girls with Grit: Memories of the Australian Women's Land Army, 2nd edn, Allen & Unwin, St Leonards, NSW, 1995, 179 pp.