ZONTA Beaudesert pulled off another stunning high tea and fashion parade on Saturday.
The major fundraising event for the charity that supports women and girls both locally and overseas, the annual Zonta high tea is also an important date on the Beaudesert social calendar.
Fashions from Kalico Country on Brisbane Street made a big impression on the fashion-conscious crowd and were modeled by locals of all ages.
Zonta spokeswoman Ellen Logan said they were pleased with the number of supporters who turned up to join the fun of a local fashion parade over a cuppa and some fancy home made treats.
"This is an important date on the Zonta calendar and our major fundraiser for the year," she said.
"It's also an opportunity for local ladies to come together for a fun day out. We look forward to it every year."
Also in attendance at the event were newly-elected Beaudesert Show Society ambassadors Anna Ferguson and Sarah McGinley.
The event's success builds on last year's efforts, which raised more than $4000 to support programs including Share the Dignity, Meals on Wheels, YourTown, Beaucare, Beaudesert Hospital and supporting girls from Beaudesert State High School to take part in the Kokoda Challenge.