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Payneham Probus Club - Photo Gallery


Christmas in July - 14th July 2019 at the Sicilia Social and Sports Club

A great event much enjoyed by all :>)

 


Coffee Morning at Dolcetti Expresso, 9th October 2018


Captain Proud Paddle Boat Luncheon and Cruise, 15th May, 2018

 

Probus Club of Payneham members enjoy an exciting cruise on the Murray.


University of Adelaide, Roseworthy Campus Visit, 10th April, 2018

 

This was a mind-blowing tour, awesome facilities. Our very entertaining host Sue, holds an xray of a snake with a problem!


 

Visit to Monarto Zoo, 15th August, 2017

 


 

Dressed for Success, Tuesday 1st August, 2017 - another successful expedition with a great outcome!


Xmas in July at the Bombay Bicycle Club  18th July, 2017

 

 


Coffee Morning at Sorelle, 4th July, 2017

 

Intrepid Payneham Probians brave the cold and wet weather to enjoy refreshments, friendship and fun in the true Probian Spirit!

 


Lunch at the Maylands Hotel after our 27th June 2017 Meeting


 


Coffee at Elbio's on 13th June 2017 (including tour of factory - hence the fetching headwear)



Payneham Probus Xmas Meeting on 13th December


Images from our Xmas Party. A great attendence and by all accounts everyone enjoyed themselves. Our hard-working catering team and helpers did a great job.!

 


Coorong Discovery Cruise on 18th October 2016

Payneham Probus Club members and friends enjoyed a leisurely cruise into the Coorong with of Austwide Tours and Coorong Discovery Cruises. Many braved the somewhat chilly and breezy weather on deck to take in the breathtaking views of frollicking seals, feeding birds of many varieties (including patrols of pelicans) and of course the scenery. Those who preferred the comfort of the ship's lounge could do likewise from the comfort of their seats.

At the landing, the bravest of us ventured ashore on a guided tour during which Lachlan described some of the early history of the Coorong and introduced us to a number of native plants used by indigenous Australians as a food source. Approaching rain then persuaded us to return to the boat rather than continue to the ocean beach. 

We ventured a little further upstream before coming about to head for home - the weather did not disappoint - with strong winds and heavy rain squalls most of the way back. As we disembarked at Goolwa Wharf, the sun finally showed it's face.

 


Lunch at The Highlander on 9th August 2016

 A great time had by all :>)