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August 2023

Boomanulla Raiders

By Community Groups
WELCOME TO BOOMANULLA RAIDERS!

Rugby League Football Club fielding teams in the men's league and ladies league tag competitions.

Boomanulla Raiders Rugby League Club field a Ladies League Tag and Men’s League team in the George Tooke Shield Competition.

Boomanulla Raiders Rugby League Football Club is located in the suburbs of Ainslie and Canberra Central, the council of Canberra and the federal electorate of Fenner.

Eurogames

By Community Groups
WELCOME TO EUROGAMES!

We play table-top games from a variety of different countries in Europe.

Up for a game or two? We love to play – for fun and for competition!

Das Zentrum

By Community Groups
CANBERRA'S GERMAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURAL MEETING PLACE

Das Zentrum was founded in 1997 and is a non-profit organisation. We have lots of resources for those interested in German culture - board games, books, DVDs, magazines and we hold language classes as well as social activities to practise your German speaking skills!

We meet regularly at the Harmonie German Club to enjoy German cultural delights!

The Harmonics

By Community Groups
WELCOME TO THE HARMONICS!

The Harmonics are a group of musicians who love to make music together!

The Harmonics meets once a month to enjoy a fun social activity around making music together.

Motorcycle Riders Association

By Community Groups
RAISING THE PROFILE AND BENEFITS OF MOTORCYCLING

The Motorcycle Riders Association of the ACT Inc. (MRA ACT) is a not-for-profit community service organisation (ABN 95 778 768 132) whose main purpose is to improve the conditions and reputation of motorcyclists in the ACT region.

The MRA ACT was formed in the early 70’s to represent motorcycle riders and protect their rights and independence. Such things as mandatory lights on, front number plates, and crash helmets led to the motto “Let Those Who Ride Decide”. The MRA ACT worked with other jurisdictions to get rid of the mandatory lights on and front number plates, but unfortunately the hard wired switch had become the norm. The Crash helmet battle was lost, however in hindsight this has saved many thousands of us from debilitating injuries (occasionally losing can be a good thing).

The MRA ACT has evolved over the decades to provide a unified voice to the Territory Government of the day and to join with other state representative bodies (MRA’s and MCC’s) in forming the Australian Motorcycle Council.

Canberra Rowing Club

By Community Groups
WELCOME TO CANBERRA ROWING CLUB!

Canberra Rowing Club is a not-for-profit incorporated association. We promote rowing in the Canberra community and encourage active participation by all members.

With over 200 Members and the largest fleet in Canberra, we are the largest Club in the region and welcome new rowers and Members all year round.

Joining Canberra Rowing Club provides you with a fun, supportive environment to enjoy the sport you love whilst providing access to equipment and facilities you need.

Probus Canberra

By Community Groups
WELCOME TO PROBUS - CANBERRA

The ACT’s longest established Probus club.

The Probus Club of Canberra Inc. is the ACT’s longest established Probus club. Founded in 1982. It belongs to the world-wide Probus network which was established by Rotary and we are affiliated with Probus South Pacific Ltd.

Our Probus club has some 70 members at present.  It is an all-male club, but occasionally when there is an appropriate Speaker we invite wives, partners and lady guests to the meetings.

Typically the meeting commences at 09.30am with club business, followed by a club speaker.  Then, at 10.30am, we adjourn for morning tea until 11.00am when the guest speaker gives his or her address.  The meeting concludes at midday, though some members then choose to attend a luncheon in a nearby restaurant with the guest speaker.

Woden Wanderers Cricket Club

By Community Groups
WELCOME TO THE WODEN WANDERERS CRICKET CLUB!
The Woden Wanderers Cricket Club Inc was established in 2000 by a bunch of IT dudes who had found themselves working in Canberra and longing for a hit of cricket.
Thirteen years on, we’ve won two First grade Premierships 2007/2008 & 2008/2009, Been runner up in 3rd Grade 06/07&07/08, runner up in 4th Grade 2008/2009, and runner up in 6th Grade 2011/2012.

Canberra Miniature Railway

By Community Groups
LEARN ALL ABOUT CANBERRA MINIATURE RAILWAY - PART OF CANBERRA SOCIETY OF MODEL AND EXPERIMENTAL ENGINEERS

A community non-profit group staffed entirely by volunteers.

The Canberra Miniature Railway is run by a community non-profit group staffed entirely by volunteers. We put on train rides for members of the public on the second and last Sunday of each month plus selected night events in the warmer months. It’s family-friendly and a lot of fun! We have several tracks and lots of trains, some petrol, some petrol/electric, some battery, and some steam! Volunteers wanted for all sorts of positions: drivers, guards, station masters, canteen staff, ticket sellers, mechanics, gardeners, you name it. Come and learn how to drive a train!

Contact: secretary@csmee.au

Website: https://csmee.au

Facebook: https://facebook.com/CanberraMiniatureRailway

YouTube: https://youtube.com/@CanberraMiniatureRailway/videos

Instagram: https://instagram.com/canberra_miniature_railway