Who Are We?

We are the West Australian branch of PWP. PWP is the world’s largest, non-profit, volunteer organisation dedicated to the welfare of todays single parents and their children.

We understand what you are going through.  See our “About Us” page for more information. PWP has been a turning point for many single parents in re-establishing a meaningful life for themselves and their children. Our members can share their experiences with you, help you adjust and rediscover the confidence you may have lost.

Can I Join?

Membership is open to any person who is a single parent, grand parent or step parent. This may be as a result of the end of a relationship, death of a partner, or those who are single parents by choice. Parents can have dependent or adult children and can be custodial or non-custodial parents.

Call our West Australian head office on (08) 9485 8940 and we will put you in touch with your nearest PWP branch. Then come along to one of our orientation sessions (kids welcome) and you can sign up for membership if you’re ready.


Parents Without Partners holds a variety of adult and family social, recreational and educational activities and programmes. Family Activities include barbecues, picnics, camps, discos, sport, craft and games nights. Adult Activities include dances, parties, restaurant nights, movies and theatre functions. Guest speakers, and group discussions are arranged regularly on a wide variety of topics of interest. These include parenting skills, money management, self-development and interpersonal skills

Networking: All members are single parents and can pass on tips and share their experiences. We understand what you are going through.

Since joining PWP I have more of a social life than I’ve ever had in my life! My children and I meet up with our PWP friends almost every week, going to parks, having craft days, going camping. having dinner. Joining PWP has been one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.


Parents Without Partners has been an amazing support network for me. I couldn’t recommend it highly enough.