Australian Antarctic activities were originally carried out under the banner of ANARE (Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions). These activities are now called Australian Antarctic Program. Our Club serves and supports current and former Australian Antarctic expeditioners. We are also keen to spread awareness of Antarctic affairs among the wider public.
Our organisation is known as the ‘Technology Leaders’ of natural bodybuilding, bikini and fitness modelling with over 50 Countries and growing, plus tens of thousands of members worldwide. When you become an Australian INBA member, you’re helping the INBA to develop and advance your sport.
Our Motto is to Serve and protect Natural athletes, we do this to provide competitors with a world-class experience so you will remember your time with us.
Our Mission is to serve and protect natural competitors. INBA is ranked as Australia’s highest drug detection sporting body according to ASADA findings in 2008-09-10-11-12-13-14.
Since 1976, Probus Clubs have provided Active Australian Retirees with a range of social activities based on the theme of Friendship, Fellowship, and Fun. Clubs are autonomous and their management committees arrange a varied and appealing range of activities for their members. Probus is a prominent social activity in both city and country areas throughout Victoria.
The Probus Association of Victoria Inc. (PAV) is the social arm of Probus and its role is to act as a link between the administrative arm, Probus South Pacific Ltd, and the individual Probus Clubs in Victoria. PAV has a membership of over 400 clubs in Victoria. To find a club, see our website http://www.probusvic.com.au and go to ‘Find a Club’ and follow instructions.
All 40 plus health clubs are unique, members only clubs that have been specifically designed to improve the quality of life of the 40 plus population. They incorporate the four essential components of a high quality life – Achievable exercise, Nutritional advice, Social connections and Professional support.
6 Degrees South Health and Fitness is a boutique training facility that caters to the needs of all of our members and clients. Our club has a range of equipment useful for all purposes including a full free weight section with Olympic barbells and dumbbells as well as pre-set barbells.
The 60’s American Muscle Car Club, based in Melbourne Australia, is dedicated to the preservation and use of 2-door American Muscle Cars manufactured between 1955 and 1974. The Club holds a variety of events throughout the year, including day cruises, social days or evenings, and monthly meetings.
The 60-80 Holden Enthusiasts’ Club was founded in 1995 by friends Marc & Heather Pitt, and Karl & Cathy Pagenstecher. The couples organised for a group of friends to meet and discuss the possibility of beginning a Holden car club that was affordable and family friendly for all.
Victoria, Melbourne and Clubs within
Victoria – The Garden State
Victoria (abbreviated as Vic.) is a state in the south-east of Australia. Victoria is Australia’s most densely populated state and its second-most populous state overall. Most of its population is concentrated in the area surrounding Port Phillip Bay, which includes the metropolitan area of its capital and largest city, Melbourne, which is Australia’s second-largest city.
Culturally, Melbourne is home to a number of museums, art galleries and theatres and is also described as the “sporting capital of Australia”. The Melbourne Cricket Ground is the largest stadium in Australia, and the host of the 1956 Summer Olympics and the 2006 Commonwealth Games. The ground is also considered the “spiritual home” of Australian cricket and Australian rules football, and hosts the grand final of the Australian Football League (AFL) each year.
Victoria is the home of Australian rules football, with ten of the eighteen clubs of the Australian Football League based in Victoria, and the traditional Grand Final held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground usually on the last Saturday in September.
Victoria’s cricket team, the Victorian Bushrangers play in the national Sheffield Shield cricket competition. Victoria is represented in the National Rugby League by the Melbourne Storm and in Super Rugby by the Melbourne Rebels. It is also represented in Football (soccer) by Melbourne Victory and Melbourne Heart in the A-League.
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