A valued part of The Smith Family

VIEW Photos

Typical VIEW Fun

National Council 1998-99

Brunswick Valley

Anne Russel receiving first PSP Broach 1963

Tea Tree Gully Inaugural Committee


Typical committee at work 1968

VIEW artists at work 1968

Zone 5 Luncheon

VIEW at Play



Fashion Statements

Femme Fatales

Just another parade


Good Ship Lollipop



Roaring 20s

VIEW members enjoying a meal

VIEW Members

Convention Day 1994

VIEW Club 40th Anniversary

Hornsby 2001

1st National Charter

2011 VIEW Friends

Derek Llewellyn-Jones with members of Forbes VC 1975

New Lambton 30th Birthday

Clowning around

Warringah Evening VIEW Club

Orange Seminar 1973

Murwillumbah Club plant tree 1975

Arts Day 1989










Hostess and guests Scone VIEW Club

Brian Bury, Ita Buttrose Jumbly 1980

Literary Lunch 2018

The Golden Girls - Celebrating VIEW friendship
Lorraine Baker, Margaret O'Brien and Patricia Rogers National Councillors 2006-7



2009 - getting ready to celebration VIEW's Birthday in 2010

Post Easter Bunnies 

An Active Committee

At the end of isolation...


Hats and Birthdays


Muswellbrook Evening

Millinery Section Arts Day 1967


Twin Towns VIEW Club 1969


Armidale 1971


Strathfield Club 1964


Floral Arrangements


VIEW Women of the Year 1971


Mad Hatters

An Organised Affair

A Humorous VIEW – This is from the 60’s but I’m not sure which magazine it was in or the club. Just a clip I used in an old newsletter.


A little bit of fun – Sawtell VIEW Club performing the ‘melodrama’ Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. VIEW World March 1967

Those were the days – There is no better way to see wonderful Fiji  than to go with your fellow members of the V.I.E.W. Clubs. Your Executive has arranged this 11 Day Tour for only $274. VIEW World March 1969.

We have all known for quite some time that V.I.E.W. Club members know the meaning of hard work - but never was it brought so much to the fore as during the food sorting project at The Smith Headquarters during February.

Over 150 tons of food, collected during the Community Food Drive by Church fellowship members before Christmas, had to be sorted before it could be packed into food parcels to be distributed by The Smith Family.

If the tins and packets of food were placed end to end they would have measured a distance of over 40 miles, or in other words V.I.E.W.Club members would have been sorting food from Sydney to Gosford! Quite a formidable task.

V.I.E.W. World March 1966

VIEW Cakes, similar sizes, but oh so different!

Always decorated and usually depicting the Theme of the Day, or the Year, or the particular Celebration.


VIEW women celebrate so many things!