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In keeping with the aims of the wider Probus organisation, our Club  encourages its members to get together with the purpose of keeping their minds and bodies active, expanding their interests and enjoying the friendship and support of new friends

The Club was formed in 2001 under the sponsorship of the Ourimbah Rotary Club and had its inaugural meeting at the Ourimbah Campus of the University of Newcastle with 36 members present. Our first President was Keith Spark who was awarded Life Membership in 2010.

The Club’s local emblems consist of a frog and a tree which are significant in this area. The Frog is the Golden Bull Frog, which is indigenous to the Ourimbah area and an endangered species. The Tree is representative of the meaning of “Ourimbah” which is an aboriginal word for a ceremonial meeting ground by tall trees.

With the  closure of the Niagara Park Community Centre which had been home to our club for a number of years we have moved on and monthly meetings are now held at the Grange Hotel , Wyoming.

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