The Gubbi Gubbi (also Kabi Kabi) people are an indigenous people of Australia, and a corresponding language group of the South East Queensland coast, stretching from Pine River in the South to the Burrum River in the North - an area most commonly known today as Kilkivan.
Eve Fesl (née Serico) Captain Queensland Woman's Athletic team, world record holder for discus (height and weight), first Australian Indigenous person to gain, on educational merit, a PhD from an Australian University
Jim Crowe, a member of the first Australian team to tour Britain, an indigenous team
Lucy Monkland, daughter of James and Maggie Crowe, who made a point of passing on the Gubbi Gubbi language and culture to her children and grandchildren
Clifford Monkland, senior Gubbi Gubbi elder, most important male, guided most of today's Gubbi Gubbi in their culture