Probus Clubs exist to fill a need of retired persons in the community who have been accustomed to high levels of vocational activity and decision making in their working lives. The principal objective of every Probus Club is to create and maintain a homogeneous group that provides the fellowship and intellectual stimulation.
History of our Club
Melbourne Sunrise Probus Club is a member of the international Probus organisation and is accredited in the South Pacific region. MSPC is non-political and non-sectarian.  It is a "not for profit" organisation and has no fund raising activities. The emphasis is on the club being free from the constraints and obligations of service clubs and on allowing members to participate at minimum personal cost. MSPC has a number of activities and interest groups designed to promote active minds and bodies, with an emphasis on social interactions. Members are encouraged to enjoy the fellowship of new friends. The club membership limit is 120.

Upcoming Events

Contact Us

PO Box 23308,  Docklands 8012 

Mobile: 0458 574 460

Membership - Ros
Mobile: 0402 217 122


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Acknowledgement of Traditional Custodians
We acknowledge the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation, the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we gather, and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.
Meeting Venue and Date

Melbourne Sunrise Probus Club

The next meeting will be on
Thursday 6th October 2022

at 10.30am

Agenda and Details will be sent to Members.

The meeting will be in Performance Space (Upstairs), The Library at the Dock

107 Victoria Harbour Promenade, Cnr of Collins & Bourke Sts.

Upcoming Speakers
Kristian Connelly
Oct 06, 2022
30 years of Cinema Nova – Australia’s favorite independent.
30 years of Cinema Nova – Australia’s favorite independent.

Since opening in August 1992 Cinema Nova has become a Melbourne institution thanks to it’s dedication to bringing arthouse and quality cinema to the movie lovers of our city. The cinema’s diversity of on-screen entertainments has not only led it to become the largest independent cinema in Australia, if not the world; it has also seen Melbourne become a major centre for the moving image, leading to a thriving culture offering more theatrical diversity than can be found anywhere else in the southern hemisphere. Kristian, as CEO, will speak on the history of the cinema as well as the larger topic of the magic of going to the movies and how it has fended off a century of new technological evolutions that naysayers have incorrectly predicted would lead to the demise of the movie going experience.

Past Speakers
Dr Roger Dedman
Sep 01, 2022
The Art Market in Australia


GAMES DAY - General Meeting 4.8.22 WOW! What a day and what competition! Five game stations were set up around the large space at The Hub. We had Golf Putting; Carpet Bowls; Corvette Races; Velcro Dart and Finska. The volunteer leaders did a great job in making sure everyone was enjoying themselves. The overall winner of each game received a bag of gold coins! It was the Commonwealth Games all over again! Thank you to all that came to participate - it was a lot of fun.
We had a great roll up for Table tennis on Wednesday! Participants went home feeling exhilarated after much laughter, running around and some serious scoring as well!  The group meet twice a month at the Library at the Dock. 
On Thursday 25th September, 8 members and 1 lovely friend met in South Melbourne for a tour of the Australian Tapestry Workshop. This is a unique heritage premises, dedicated to the creation of commissioned tapestries, mostly large, for use as decorative wall hangings for both public and private buildings.
Seven enthusiastic walkers hoped for the best weather that day and luckily it was kind to us. The walk was led by Gary Oxley.  The highlight of the walk was visiting the local organic community garden called DIG IN located at JL Murphy Reserve in Williamstown Rd Port Melbourne.

Interest Groups

Every Monday - Royal Park Golf Course
Old Poplar Road, Parkville
Tee off at 10.00 am  -  Cost $15.00
Players are encouraged to arrive @ 9.30 am and arrange their parking ticket.
Interested players should download the Team App from
Contact Kim

Cards- 500:
Mission to Seafarers
2.00pm - 4.30pm
2nd & 4th Thursday each month

Contact Russell

Walking Group:
Meets fourth Thursday of the month.
Email notification of route
Second and fourth Mondays.
2.00pm to 4.30pm
Boyd Centre, 207 City Road, Southbank
Cost $2.00
Contact Tricia
Book Club 1.
First Tuesday of the month
11.30 am - 12.30pm
Boyd Centre Library, 2017 City Road, Southbank
Cost $5.00
Book Club 2.
Third Wednesday of the month
1.30pm to 3:00pm
Library at the Dock, Activities Room.
Cost $20.00 pa.
Movies at Kino
Monday after monthly Probus meeting.
45 Collins St, Melbourne.
Cost $8.50
Lawn Bowls:
Third Monday of the month.
City of Melbourne Bowls Club
10.00am start.
Family History
First Friday of the month.
2.00pm - 4.00pm
East Melbourne Library, Upstairs Meeting Room,
122 George St, East Melbourne
Cost $5.00
Theatre Group
Coffee Club
Second Wednesday of the month
At a venue to be advised by email.
Footy Tipping
It doesn't matter who you barrack for or how much you know about Aussie Rules, it's about joining in the fun with your Melbourne Sunrise Probus ‘Footy Tipping' friends. Competition commences with the opening game of the AFL Season in late March. The competition runs for the full AFL Home and Away Season. It can be accessed by computer, mobile phone or iPad. The system is user friendly. 
The cost is $30.00 per person, per season.
Table Tennis
Table tennis, get into the action, a fun game with plenty of laughs. Catering for both beginners and experienced players.
Second and Fourth Wednesday of the month.
10.00am to 11.30am
A Social Get Together
On the 31st of Jan, Mar, May, Jul, Aug, Oct only
5PM - 6.30PM
Venue will be advised prior to the event.