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Tom Anderson thanks the ever-popular Brad Tucker for his talk on "Who Killed Pluto?", Brad is almost our Visiting Astrophysicist/Cosmologist! Photo by Peter Howitt.

Professor Clive Williams presented a fascinating talk covering his adventures rafting down both the Grand Canyon, and the Franklin River in Tasmania. He contrasted the absolutely dry weather conditions in the Grand Canyon, with the 24/7 wetness of the Franklin trip. Photo by Tom Anderson.


Towrang Bridge, near Goulburn, was built in 1839. It was a subject of our November 2018 Guest Speaker, John Jervis. Photo by John Payne.


Twenty Members of Greenway and Lanyon Clubs visited the beautiful, private, Oak Vale Gardens in Yarralumla. "This has to be Canberra's best kept secret", said one. Photo by Carol Martin.


Happy Probus Members enjoying the Lanyon Club's Linga Longa in Yarrawonga Tour.


Our President, Janice Petrie, with her friends Geraldine and Margaret, at the start of their recent Thames River Walk. Then, 237 km.  later (Yes, 237 kilometres later! )...


A (bed)room with a view, at The French Horn Inn, in Sonning, UK. What a beautiful way to finish the walk!


Greenway and Conder-Lanyon Probus Members enjoy a visit to Lanyon Homestead.

 Greenway and Conder-Lanyon Probus Members enjoy a visit to Lanyon Homestead.


The Sunday Dining group enjoying lunch at the Beaver Gallery in Deakin.


History: Hunters Hill Probus Club, the first in Australia, was formed in February 1976

The Happy Birthday Gang at the July Meeting. Photo by Charlie.


A happy Sunday Dining Club waiting for their meal to arrive. Photo by Charlie.