More than 500 women attended the The Royal National Agricultural and Industrial Association of Queensland’s (RNA) second charity fundraiser in support of children from drought affected Queensland on Thursday August 4. The High Tea event raised funds to assist drought affected families in rural Queensland. All money raised goes towards purchasing iPads for children from the Schools of Distance Education in Mt Isa and Charters Towers. With champagne in hand, influential figures such as Dame Quentin Bryce and Premier of Queensland Anastasia Palaszczuk joined with guests in support of the education of children in outback Queensland.

Words by Meg Gillespie
Images supplied by RNA