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The Probus Club of Breakfast Point meets on the second Thursday of each month at 10 am in the Community Hall, Village Drive, Breakfast Point .
The Probus Club of Breakfast Point, which formed in April 2011, was sponsored by the Breakfast Point Rotary Club.
The Club meets at Breakfast Point, a riverside suburb, about 12 km from the city of Sydney. It is a new suburb but its history and name stretch back to the early days of white settlement in Australia.
Club members come mainly from Breakfast Point as well as Mortlake, Concord and other adjacent suburbs.
The Club offers you the opportunity to:
keep active and expand your interests;
join a network of friendly and interesting people;
hear entertaining speakers at our monthly meetings;
go on tours and outings to interesting places;
make new friends in your neighbourhood
About our Club ...
The photograph on the top of the website is a panorama taken across the Parramatta River in 2011 looking from Breakfast Point to the Sydney suburbs of Putney and Tennyson.
In the centre of the photo, the flagpole on the point at Breakfast Point, marks the spot where reportedly in 1788 Captain Hunter met the local Aboriginal Wangal Clan as he was eating breakfast. He was leading an exploration up the Parramatta River at the time.
About the image on the top of the website ...
A monthly newsletter is published and almost all members receive it by email. Communication with members is also done electronically and this is a huge asset for our Club.
If you do not have access to email please notify the Membership Officer and arrangements will be made for you to receive printed materials.
Meeting announcements, last minute changes to outings etc will be emailed to members.