The Village has in its collection the Gooding Family Bible. The Goodings were a founding family of Beenleigh. They were farmers, one of the first to grow sugar cane in the area, and operators of a
|An organ donated by the Radke family and situated in Radke Cottage in the Village|
sugar mill and rum distillery. The Village stands on land that was once farmed by the Gooding & Davy families. These two families named Beenleigh after Beenleigh Manor, in Devon, UK, from where
they emigrated in 1862.
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