Annual Report

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Each year we publish our Annual Report detailing our achievements and outcomes as well as sharing our future plans to proudly continue our legacy supporting children and their families in rural and remote communities across Australia.

In FY21, we supported more than 12,000 children, families, teachers and health professionals across our programs – a 23% increase on the year prior – and continue to grow and deepen our impact to ensure no country child is left behind.

This year has been a year of transformation. We released our 2021-25 Strategic Plan, REFLECT Reconciliation Action Plan and a new set of Values. We also welcomed Jacqueline Emery as our CEO who will lead us into our exciting future ahead.

As we look to the future, with the expectation of an increasing and unrelenting need for developmental and mental health services in rural and remote communities, we are working towards strengthening our ability to support many more country children for the next 100 years.

Annual Report 2020/21

Healthy country kids!


Royal Far West has risen to every challenge in this most challenging of years to ensure that children in rural and remote communities receive the support they need.

Joan H Treweeke OAM

Previous Annual Reports

Annual Report 2019/20 -
A Year Like No Other

Annual Report 2018/19 -
A year of transformation

Annual Report 2017/18 -
Children's Health Countrywide

With our feet in the sand, and our hearts in the bush, we have been supporting country kids for almost 100 years.

Our History

Learn more about Royal Far West

About us

Royal Far West is Australia’s only national charity dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of country children.

2021-2025 Strategic Plan

Laying the Foundations for our future. Learn about how we plan to secure our ability to support country kids for the next 100 years.

Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

Our REFLECT RAP outlines how commitment to supporting our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander partners, workforce and families.