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Our Club

Membership Application Form

If you've decided you would like to join our Probus Club, fill out a membership application form (click here to get a copy of the form), have it signed by a proposer and seconder, and send it to our club Secretary via the address on the ‘Contact Us’ page.


Registration Form for Club Outings and/or Tours

As a result of adopting the Risk Management Policy included in the Standing Resolutions for the club in July 2016, all club members are required to have signed a waiver form (known as a ROT form) in order to participate in club outings, tours and other activities. It is only necessary to sign this declaration once, not each time you attend an event.

This declaration is now included in the club membership application form, but if you joined the club before August 2017, you may not have completed a ROT form. ROT forms were distributed to most existing members in February 2018, but if you missed out, please click here to get a copy of this form (PDF file), print it, complete all the details, then post the completed form to Probus Port Melbourne (using the postal address on the ‘Contact Us’ page) or give it to the Secretary at a club meeting.

It is also necessary for guests of members attending any of our club outings (not including meetings) to fill out and sign this form.


Life Membership Nomination

Life Membership may be conferred upon a member who has rendered outstanding service to the Club. Life Members are not required to pay the Club’s annual membership subscription but enjoy all other privileges of membership.

Club members may nominate someone who they feel warrants this recognition by completing a Life Member Nomination form and submitting it to the Committee. The Committee will consider the nomination and if they agree that the nominated person meets the criteria to become a Life Member the matter will be referred to the next General Meeting for confirmation by special resolution of members.

Click here to get a copy of the Nomination form.

Note that the club constitution stipulates that there can only be two Life Members at any one time.

Probus South Pacific

Probus South Pacific is the administrative and service centre for Probus clubs in Australia, New Zealand, The Philippines and the South Pacific Region. Find out more on the Probus South Pacific website


Probus Member Benefits Scheme (Australia)

The Probus South Pacific Member Benefits Scheme offers members exclusive discounts from a variety of participating businesses. All you need to do is present your Probus South Pacific Limited membership card.

To find out about the Travel, Health, Lifestyle and Entertainment benefits provided by Probus South Pacific for Probus members, click here to go to the Member Benefits Scheme (MBS) webpage.

Please note that PSPL negotiate these exclusive offers on behalf of Probus Club members for their consideration and do not receive any commissions from the sales of these products/services. PSPL do not endorse any offers available through the MBS partners and recommend that Probus Club members do their own research to determine if the product or service is right for them before purchasing.


Probus Travel Insurance


Cover available for:
 • Any Probus member and guest on any recognized Probus travel
 • Any Probus member and one guest on your own private travel
 • Most plans have NO age limit
 • Easy application process
**conditions apply

For more details, click here to go to the Probus Travel Insurance website.


Probus Promotional Materials

PSPL advertising poster Download a poster image of A3 size that may be used for promoting Probus Activities and Membership.
(1.8MB JPEG file)


Other Links

Identity Theft

The Australian Federal Government has released an excellent booklet, advising you about Identity Theft: what it is, how to protect yourself from it, and what to do if you become a victim of it.

Download your PDF copy by clicking


Safety on the Internet

The Australian Government also provides some very useful information about basic cyber security practices that you can use to protect yourself when accessing the internet.

Click here to see this information on their website.



Luv-A-Duck provided the club with an excellent day's excursion including tea/coffee, cooking demonstration, and a delicious duck meal. They are a Port Melbourne institution, located in Ingles Street. To find out more about their cooking courses and products available, check out their website