Lady Florence Bjelke-Petersen funeral was held yesterday with everyone from family and friends to the Prime Minister in attendance.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull paid tribute to Lady Flo saying:
"Lady Flo had a long life well lived. It was a life of love and service to the community, service to the Lord and to Queensland. It's always a sad time when we lose someone we love, but this was a time to celebrate a long life well lived."
Lady Flo's legacy will live on, with Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk saying that she would be seeking the permission of the Bjelke-Petersen family to dedicate part of the new 66-bed Kingaroy Hospital in her honour.
Ms Palaszczuk said as a Senator Lady Flo brought her passion for family, faith and cooking those famous pumpkin scones to the fore.
She added that “today is a day for us to remember Lady Flo in totality - her life, her contribution, her mark on our state. We celebrate her legacy.
"Vale Lady Flo."
Hundreds gathered at the town hall in Kingaroy to celebrate the former Nationals senator and wife of Queensland's longest-serving and most controversial premier Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen, who died in 2005.