See the glamour of the Armistice Day Ball
BALL gowns, tuxedoes and corsages were seen all around Nanango's Tara's hall as ball attendees gathered to remember those who had served in the war.
Members of the Nanango 177 Australian Army Cadet Unit stood guard at the doors and welcomed people as they arrived at the Armistice Day Ball on November 10.
Recognising the centenary anniversary of the moment armistice was called to end World War One, the ball attendees danced the night away to the music of seven-piece band Swing Magic.
Nanango RSL Manager Sheena Lindholm said it was very important for the Nanango community to gather for the event.
"We're looking at it as post-war Hollywood glamour for people to come together and commemorate the 100 years since World War I, which is hugely significant in our history,” she said.
See the glamour of the night in the photos below.