A very warm welcome to all who have dropped by this web site there are many Probus Clubs throughout Australia. The Lauderdale Probus Club here is in the small sea side town of Lauderdale Tasmania which has been growing with several new homes popping up and also our club members participate from several suburbs in the Clarence municipality. Maybe you are looking around for the opportunity to join our Probus Club, if so please drop a line to the Addresss below, or if you're within the area during our meeting days the third Tuesday of each month at 10.00am at the Abundant Life Church Hall, 490 South Arm Road Lauderdale. Please call in, let us tell you more about the activities .

NEW MEMBERS if you wish to join the PROBUS CLUB of LAUDERDALE Please write to the Secretary Post Office Box 48 Lauderdale Tasmania 7019

Trips and dinning out is a good way to meet members and friends and guest speakers at general meetings third Tuesday monthly at the ABUNDANT LIFE CHURCH HALL main Road Lauderdale

On the meeting day each month the committee Meet at 9am folowed by the General Meeting at 10am. With time left for Morning tea or coffee before the Guest Speaker at 11am. Each second month after the Guest Speaker, the club has a barbecue for those who wish to stay for awhile.

Probus is a community service activity of Rotary clubs. Probus is an association for active members of the community, and for those no longer working full time, Probus offers many member benefits to keep you young, domestic travel, daytrip excursions, luncheons and opportunities to meet new friends.


The photos below are from the bus trip and outing to Swansea just a few months ago

The photos below are from the the Asmus lunch held at the Lindisfarne Sailing Club, held on the 2nd of July 2019.


Today: Margaret & Reg King, Chris Costelloe, Bev Berry July: Jeanette Garlick, Jean Lawrence’ Kath & Dal Hyland


Today: . Dr Peta Cook from UTAS. Her subject is Animal to Human trans-plantation. It is a form of biotechnology that offers much promise for treating a range of human conditions. July: Professor Robert Morris-Nunn One of Tasmania’s most innovative architects speaking on the eastern shore developments. August:

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Today: . Andrew Windle from Lifeline talks about their increased services Lifeline was once seen as predominantly an emergency phone contact for those who wanted someone to talk at critical times in teir lives. In recent years it hexspanded to offer a wide range of services reaching out to the community.

JUNE; was a fascinating presenttation by Peter Cook from the UTAS. Her subjet Animal to Human transplant. It is a form of Biotechnology that offers much promise for treating a range of human conditions.


32 members enjoyed a trip to Nichols Rivulet Crawleighwood Gardens

LPC Striders braved the cold wind for their inaugural walk along Howrah beachfront. Walks take place every 4th Tuesday of the month. Next walk is to Shag Bay meeting at De Bomfords Lane, Geilston Bay at 9.30 on 25th June. ,