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Senior Citizens Club - Victoria Point

Club activities include indoor bowls, morning teas and cards. Joining fee $3 and $3 per year. Meeting 1st Monday every month.

Cnr Colburn Ave and Link Rd
Suburb: VICTORIA POINT
State: QLD
Postcode: 4165

(07) 3207 8291

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