Probus Club of Warragul - Tarago Inc.
WARRAGUL VICTORIA AUSTRALIA 3820
Probus club #1006155 incorporation number A0047473C
About Our Probus Group. Our Group, Probus Warragul- Tarago, has our local Rotary club to thank for starting us off. They put much work into getting us set up and going. They saw to it that we had a good foundation committee that knew what to do. Thank You Rotary Club of Warragul.What is Probus?
The Probus Centre - South Pacific Inc., is dedicated to promoting the development of friendship and acquaintance and the advancement of intellectual interests of its membership throughout Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Papua New Guinea and the South Pacific Islands.
Probus originated in the UK in 1965. the first Probus Clubs were formed in New Zealand in 1974, and in Australia in 1976. Probus has filled a need for today's active retirees, so much so that the growth has been phenomenal. It is now a world-wide movement.
Probus is an association of retired and semi-retired people who join together in clubs, the basic purpose of which is to provide regular opportunities for them to keep their minds active, expand their interests and to enjoy the fellowship of new friends.
We have three PROBUS groups in Warragul and ours is known as Probus Club of Warragul-Tarago Inc. Our Incorporation Number is A0047473C.
You could have a look at a short video of some happy Probus people click here.
The Probus Jingle, to hear it click here
Who Hosted our Cluster meetings
2019. to be Bunyip Garfield Combined Probus Inc. It will be at the Pakenham Racecourse on the 30th of October.
2018 .Drouin Hills Combined.
2017. Warragul Tarago Probus Inc,
In this region we have 7 Probus clubs,
Warragul Tarago Probus Inc, Warragul Baw Baw Probus Inc, Warragul Ranges Probus Inc, Trafalgar & District Probus Inc, Drouin Hills Combined Probus Inc, Drouin Combined Probus inc and Bunyip - Garfield Combined Inc.
The Cluster group committees meet about 3 times a year and usually at the Warragul Golf Club.
We elect delegates from our Committee each year..
Every year (about October) one of the above clubs organise all of the clubs to meet at a venue that is agreeable to the Cluster committee, this usually involves several hundred Probus members meeting in the same place. The format normally is morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. In between all of the eating and drinking each club puts on a display of things that they do. Often they have people reciting bush poetry. And according to what the host club organises their are other entertaining activities.
These days are normally enjoyable and entertaining and educational.