Buderim VIEW Club was formed in 1993.
Currently, the Club sponsors seven Smith Family Learning for Life students and is actively involved in fundraising activities to raise donations for The Smith Family programs.
Our function room is at the very centrally located Buderim Tavern. At our luncheon meetings we always have interesting guest speakers. New members are very welcome. Attending our club’s events will help raise funds for educating students of underprivileged families. Luncheon cost is $28.
On the third Wednesday each month we have a social activity/outing.
- Meeting Day on 1st Wednesday each month at 11.30am
- Buderim Tavern
Pat on 07 5445 6329 or Pamela 0404 432 402 or email email@example.com
For luncheon bookings or cancellations, call by 6 pm on the Sunday before the luncheon.
Keep up to date with what is happening around the clubs.
2020 Buderim Committee
International Women's Day March Luncheon 2020
Guest speaker Caroline Hutchinson (second from left) together with Noela Taylor, Carol Bomford and President Jenny Jackson. Caroline, from Radio 92.7 Mix FM, entertained us with her life story.
Well Deserved Award
Left: President Jenny Jackson, Tricia Dare (photographer) and Publicity Officer Diana Woolley
The Certificate of Appreciation was given to the club's photographer Tricia after her seven years of being an excellent photographer for the magnificent photo album.
2020 Australia Day
Members after the annual Buderim Australia Day walk along the main street of Buderim
November 2019 Luncheon
Carol Bomford extended a warm welcome to our guest speaker on 6th November, Aaron Caldwell, Senior Constable with Buderim Community Police. Aaron spoke of his life prior to joining the police force. He joined the Military at age 19, receiving his initial training in Sydney before being sent to Darwin, Puckapunyal, East Timor and then instructional duties back in Australia. In 2006 he was deployed again to East Timor and in 2008 to Afghanistan, where he provided security for the engineers as well as for a contingent of visiting Australian media.
In 2009 Aaron decided it was time to transition to civilian life,althogh he is still involved with the Army, having joined the local Reserves. A part of his role as senior constable is liaising with community groups, including schools, and educating the community in general.
Below: Aaron with Carol Bomford
Below: Gail Julian and Nola Blaik
Above: Joan Perry and June Appleton, who organise our raffles each month
2019 National Convention
Above: Members Diana Woolley, Helen Bukmanis, Antoinette O'Connor, Annette Caldwell, Carol Bomford, Jenny Jackson and Julie Peake
Above: Di Woolley, Julie Peake from Buderim VIEW Club together with two Warwick members
Gala Dinner At Twin Waters Resort
Jenny Jackson, Carol Bomford, Helen Bukmanis, Antoinette O'Connor, Julie Peake
13th July Walk With a VIEW
Also this month, our club joined Maroochydore VIEW Club to raise funds at our annual 'Walk with a View’. A beautiful day and a great attendance made for a very successful event!
Developing VIEW Clubs
Continuing to grow existing clubs and creating new clubs remains just as important today as it was 55 years ago when a small group of women met with the object of forming the very first VIEW Club.Read more...
VIEW's volunteering role
VIEW Club members are some of the most active volunteers for The Smith Family. Members assist at after school Learning Clubs, mentor students, supervise students in the reading program and assist in many Smith Family offices around the country.Read more...
Sydney 60th Anniversary Celebration - Sydney
We are pleased to announce VIEW's 60th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee Celebrations will be held in Sydney on Friday 30 October 2020. You are invited to come and join in the fun and celebrations….