During the 1940s and 1950s the Labrador Memorial Hall was used as a venue for meetings, functions, receptions, roller skating, dances and movies.
Pacific Fair opened on 23 August 1977 as a state-of-the-art shopping centre with 96 specialty stores, entertainment, a fish pond and 300 carparks.
George Gilltrap thought it was important for future generations see the transition from horse and animal power to mechanical power by having a display of exhibits in working order that could travel.
The Hotel Cecil, also known as the Cecil Hotel, is an Art Deco hotel on the corner of Scarborough and Nerang Streets in Southport.
Governor Musgrave’s choice of Southport’s calm waters and climate raised the profile of the region and encouraged affluent followers of fashion to spend their time in the new seaside resort.
The complex opened on 26 March 1969, containing Queensland's first Big W family department store, a Woolworths supermarket, cinema, restaurant and 45 speciality stores.