In 1993, Australian Women in Agriculture was established. Australian Women in Agriculture originally operated for five years as an association incorporated in Victoria. In 1998 it then became incorporated under the Companies Act in the Australian Capital Territory to reflect their national focus.
- Ayor Makur Chuot is elected to be Australia’s first South Sudanese MP
- Nyadol Nyuon becomes the first African Australian woman to be appointed the chairperson of a national multicultural peak body in Australia
- June Oscar AO becomes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner
- Women’s March
- Fiona Simson elected first female president of National Farmers Federation