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Activities & Outings

Forthcoming Trips and Events

Here's what's planned for our Club activities and outings in the near future ...

(To find out about the guest speakers planned for upcoming general meetings see the ‘Meetings and Speakers’ page.)

Members at lunch

Friday, 26th April

Murray's Lunch

Time: follows April General Meeting
Venue: to be advised - probably Dalmatinos
Cost: depends on Member's menu selection (approx $20 - $30), pay at the restaurant

Chinese tora in Chinatown

Tuesday, 14th May

Chinatown Lunch and Museum

The feature of the day will be the Yum Cha Lunch at the famed Shark Fin Inn Restaurant. In addition, for those that are interested, before lunch make an optional visit to the nearby very interesting Museum of Chinese Australian History.

The restaurant will cater for those who have special dietary requirements and has a BYO license (wine only, corkage included in meal price).

Chinese Museum tour:
Time: 11:00am (before lunch)
Venue: Chinese Museum, 22 Cohen Place, Melbourne (just off Little Bourke St)
Cost: $9 Concession, payable at the venue

Yum Cha Lunch:
Time: 12 noon
Venue: Shark Fin Inn Restaurant, 50-52 Little Bourke St, Melbourne
Cost: $45 (pre-payment required to confirm your reservation)

Elizabeth I portrait

Thursday, 13th June

Bendigo Art Gallery

A visit to Bendigo Art Gallery to see their latest exhibition "Tudors to Windsors: British Royal Portraits". Lunch in the cafe at the gallery.

More details coming soon ...

Coming Soon


Tour of Western Water treatment plant at Werribee

Morning tea at Parliament House

A Day at the Movies
Enjoy a session at the movies with your fellow Probians (usually at Kino Cinema in Collins St)

More details, date and time, etc to be advised ...



Each month, there is a Club excursion event to a place or places of interest, with the emphasis on learning,discovery and socialising. In December this takes the form of a special Christmas lunch.

Once a year a trip may be planned involving several days away, outside of Melbourne or beyond Victoria.

Activities are planned by the Committee, and are advertised through the general meetings, the newsletter and this website. In all of the Club’s activities, we are mindful of cost. The committee works hard to arrange interesting quality events that are affordable for members.

To see a Historical Record of Club Events - visit the Typical Experiences page, and the Photos page.