Meetings were scheduled around the bus timetables to allow ladies to travel from across the region and return home in time for the evening meal.
Annabelle Gawn was a widely respected nurse in Nerang and the surrounding district during the first half of the twentieth century.
Initially called Fiesta, the shop was later known as The Tog Shop, The Bikini Bar and finally Paula Stafford of Surfers Paradise.
Lena was a keen reader and writer and kept diaries with details of personal experiences and local events.
Keith purchased a dairy farm at Carrara on the Nerang River where he created the Surfers Paradise Ski Gardens.
Jim Cavill is credited as being responsible for the naming of Surfers Paradise and was an active in founding the Surfers Paradise Surf Life Saving Club in 1929.
During her career in aviation Ivy designed many of own her flying outfits and in 1946 she opened the first fashion boutique in Surfers Paradise.
In addition to running her school, Helena wrote leading articles for The Southern Queensland Bulletin newspaper.