Gayndah has been my home town for my whole life. It’s a great little country town with friendly people and good weather. Did you know that Gayndah is the oldest town in Queensland? We’re also famous for growing delicious citrus – you’ve probably enjoyed one of our oranges or lemons already! Drive 2 hours west of Bundaberg and you’ll find it.
Being part of the community is very important to me. I’ve been involved with the Gayndah Show Society since I was 16 (now a third generation life member), member of Chamber of Commerce and I’ve been a business owner for over 20 years. In 2011 I was the recipient of the Australia Day “Citizen of the Year” award.
My primary business has been real estate and I also produce the “Gayndah Gazette” – a local newspaper – which has been in production since the 1980s.
Everyone says their family is important to them – and I’m no different. I’m lucky enough to have the best husband in the world, an unbelievably talented and good looking son and the two most adorable grandchildren. They form part of my circle of full family and friends and part of my busy, happy life.
I want to share the good times (sometimes funny…sometimes sad) with you. So come along with me and enjoy the ride!