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Special Interest GroupsWhen you have a special interest, you are usually quite passionate about it. Whether you’re seriously fanatical or just want to join a group on a social level & meet people with the same interests, there’s something here to suit everyone. With so many special interest groups to choose from, covering such a diverse range of interests, there’s never a dull moment in Buderim!

While all care has been taken, we can’t guarantee the accuracy of this information. We recommend you contact your club of interest to confirm all dates & times.

Maroochy Aero Club
Sunshine Coast Airport,
16 Friendship Ave, Mudjimba
Ph: (07) 5448 8458

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Amnesty International AustraliaAmnesty International Australia
GPO Box 2669 Brisbane
Ph: 1300 300 920

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theatrestageBATS Theatre Company Inc.
Buderim War Memorial Hall
Main St Buderim
Ph: (07) 5445  2515

Find out all about BATS upcoming plays, play readings, auditions, rehearsals, festivals & much more about the exciting live theatre community thriving on the Sunshine Coast. There are Theatre companies in Noosa, Coolum, Eumundi, Buderim, Nambour, Kawana & Caloundra

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Buddies Refugee Support Group
Sunshine Coast

Meetings are held in Buderim on the:
4th Sunday of each month
11am—12.30pm followed by finger food lunch
Ph: (07) 5494 2240 for details
Email Buddies for more information here >>

Buddies are a Sunshine Coast refugee support group that advocates for just & compassionate treatment of refugees, consistent with the human rights standards which Australia has developed & endorsed.
Buddies support policies towards refugees & asylum seekers that reflect respect, decency & traditional Australian generosity to those in need, while advancing Australia’s international standing & national interests.
Buddies make friends with refugees & asylum seekers living in South East Queensland, exchanging visits & phone calls, offering hospitality & practical support as needed.
Buddies seek the truth about refugees & asylum seekers in Australia, and we make this public in different ways through community education including offering talks to schools & community groups.
Buddies lobby our politicians, and use media publicity to advocate for just & compassionate treatment of refugees & asylum seekers.

Interested? Email us to join our mailing list or contact us & meet like-minded people by attending a Buddies Sunday lunch meeting in Buderim. We hold regular fundraising events & movie nights at Nambour Arthouse Cinema.
Find out more by visiting Buddies website.

Buderim Men's Shed
53 Mill Rd Buderim
Open to the public every Tuesday 9am to 3pm
Men's Shed provides a meeting place & supportive environment where you can find good old fashioned mateship & engage in meaningful activities that interest you.

100 members & counting!
Woodworking | woodturning | Furniture Restoration | Computing
Upholstering | Community Garden & more

More info: Ph: Rick on 0429 627 101
email Buderim Mens Shed here >>

Buderim Choir - click here for more >>

Buderim Heartsong Choir
Meets at Buderim’s Uniting Church Hall
Cnr Gloucester Road & King St
The Buderim Heartsong Choir meet every Tuesday from 1pm to 3pm.
No experience necessary, just lots of fun, laughter, friendship & beautiful harmonies.
This is an a cappella choir which means we have no musical accompaniment (except for a bit of drumming). Just human voices singing in harmony which is very beautiful so no instrumental accompaniment is needed.
This choir is for everyone€?. Ngareta, the choirs facilitator, wanted to provide a place where anyone who wants to can experience the joy & fun of singing in harmony. You don’t need to be able to read music, everything is learnt by ear. Even if you’ve only sung in the shower before, you are welcome to join the Buderim Choir - Heartsong.
For further information please phone Ngareta on (07) 5476 8694
or 0401 009 535
or visit their website >>

Sunshine Coast Atheists
Celebrating secularism & the sun

While we call ourselves ‘atheists’, the Sunshine Coast Atheists are also skeptics, humanists, rationalists and secularists. We are champions of science and scientific method and we reject propositions for which there is no evidence. So, if you’re into psychics, crystals, auras, astrology, homeopathy and other unproven alternative medicines, 9/11 or moon landing conspiracy theories - we’re probably not the group for you.
We are a relaxed & friendly group, always keen to welcome new members.
We are also good at holding social events. VERY GOOD! We are currently undertaking some very positive projects, helping to promote the cause of social justice, reason & secularism in Australia.

The Sunshine Coast Atheists are a group of like-minded people who regularly meet up for food, drinks and discussion. The group is made up of atheists from diverse backgrounds but we do have a number of things in common. First, we believe in human rights and a secular society. Second, we want to see public policy based on evidence and reasoned thinking. Thirdly, we want to have a good time if at all possible.
Sunshine Coast Atheists hold an informal dinner once a month, at a pub, restaurant or occasionally at a member’s home.
Find more info on their very informative website & blog
Follow them on Twitter & Facebook
Join their mailing list via email >>

unshine Coast Bridge ClubSSunshine Coast Bridge Club
Sports Complex
off Buderim-Mooloolaba Rd, into Syd Lingard Drive, Buderim
Ph: (07) 5444  7574
Popular bridge club on the Sunshine Coast
Membership of over 300, Six sessions a week
Beginners & Improvers Classes + Events during the year
More info on their very informative website>>

Sunshine Coast Budgerigar AssociationSunshine Coast Budgerigar Association
5 Nepean Crt Kuluin
Ph: (07) 5445 4093

theosophicalsocietyThe Theosophical Society Sunshine Coast
Meets every Thursday at 7pm
The Headland Croquet Club, Syd Lingard Drive, Buderim
The Theosophical Society is an international organization dedicated to the promotion of fellowship united in study, meditation and service. Theosophy encourages open-minded enquiry into understanding ourselves and our place in the universe. Theosophy holds that knowing our purpose we can succeed in bringing about a change to our own consciousness and take our world forward to benefit the whole.
The Theosophical Society is a worldwide body whose primary object is Universal Brotherhood. The Society imposes no belief on its members, who are united by a common search for Truth.

The 3 Objectives of the Theosophical Society are:
1. To form a nucleus of the Universal Brotherhood of Humanity, without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste or colour.
2. To encourage the study of Comparative religion, Philosophy and Science.
3. To investigate unexplained laws of Nature and the powers latent in the human being.

Membership of The Theosophical Society is open to anyone who is in sympathy with the above objects. There is no official set of beliefs that members must subscribe to. The only other condition is that each member is required to respect other members' views.

Sunshine Coast Lodge hold weekly public meetings which are designed to expand your awareness on philosophy, science and world religions. All are welcome to listen, learn and share. We ask only for a gold coin donation to cover the venue hire and running costs of these meetings.
More info Ph: Jean 5443 4733 or Dan 0417 756 763
or visit

Suncoast Chess Club BuderimSuncoast Chess Club Inc
PO Box 196, Buderim, QLD 4556
Ph: 0429 184 066
Email the Club Secretary here for more info >>

Sunshine Coast Computer ClubSunshine Coast Computer Club
PO Box 384 Caloundra
Ph: (07) 5492 1005

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Maroochy River Country Music ClubMaroochy River Country Music Club
PO Box 5675 Maroochydore South
Ph: (07) 5442 1340

Ethnic Communities Council Sunshine CoastEthnic Communities Council of the Sunshine Coast Inc.
Tower Top Level The Wharf Mooloolaba
Ph: (07) 5478 7013

Friends at Court Sunshine CoastFriends at Court
Court House, Cornmeal Pde Maroochydore
Ph: (07) 5443 7439

German Club Sunshine CoastGerman Club Sunshine Coast Inc.
PO Box 624 Caloundra
Ph: (07) 5491 5929

GreenpeaceGreenpeace Australia Pacific
1800 815 151
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Historical Motorcycle Club QldHistorical Motorcycle Club of Qld
Sunshine Coast Branch
PO Box 8093 Maroochydore DC
Ph: (07) 5441 7933

Ass. Independent RetireesAssociation of Independent Retirees Inc.
PO Box 158 Buderim
Ph: (07) 5445 3310

Meals on WheelsMeals on Wheels
George St Maroochydore
Ph: (07) 5443 3246

Maroochydore Orchid SocietyMaroochydore Orchid Society Inc.
Ph: (07) 5479 0562

ustralian Republican MovementAAustralian Republican Movement Qld
PO Box 269 Coolum Beach
Ph: (07) 5446 6331

Sunshine 60 & Better Sunshine 60 & Better Group Inc.
10 Beach Rd Maroochydore
(next door to Boy Scouts & St Peters Anglican Church)
Open Mon to Fri, 8am to 4pm
Ph: (07) 5443 7281

Maroochy WaterwatchMaroochy Waterwatch & Petrie Creek Catchment Care Group
Shop 5/70 Currie St Nambour
Ph: (07) 5476 4777

Sunshine Coast Concert BandSunshine Coast Concert Band Inc.
Kawana Community Hall
Rehearsals: 2 hrs Wed evenings
Ph: (07) 5492 2120
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Suncoast Gem & Fossicking ClubSuncoast Gem & Fossicking Club
Elizabeth Daniels Park
Syd Lingard Dve Buderim
Ph: (07) 5445 3932

• We ask that Clubs & Groups contact us via email if your details are incorrect or need updating. If your club or group has a website please let us know & we’ll add a link direct to your website. We would appreciate any email contact details to add to this information.
Listings are free for all local non-profit organisations.

New to Buderim Village?
Retired or Semi-Retired
Professional or business person?
Looking for social interaction with intellectual & cultural pursuits?

Probus Club Buderim Mountain Inc.
The Probus Club Buderim Mountain Inc. meets on the SECOND MONDAY of each month at 9.30am at the Buderim Bowls Club, Elizabeth Street, Buderim.
Visitors are welcome.
Entry fee $4.00 and morning tea is served.
We are a mixed club, welcoming both men & women.

At Probus, we generally have a guest speaker each meeting. Sometimes a 5-minute new member's spot as well.

Membership of the Probus Club is mainly retired or semi-retired professionals as well as those of other vocations.

The purpose of the Probus Club is to advance intellectual & cultural interests among adults.

Probus meets the needs of retirees by providing opportunities to keep their minds active, expand their interests, stay healthy through activities, benefit from training programs, network between like minded people and enjoy the fellowship of new friends.

Probus can provide members of the community with fresh ideas to enrich and fulfil their lives in retirement.

Probus holds regular monthly meetings & arranges activities to provide opportunities for fellowship, the development of acquaintance & social interaction.

It strives to be seen as a worthwhile organisation by the local community. Probus is non-political and non-sectarian. It shall not be, or seen to be, a fund raising body.

And yes, we do organise dine-outs & social outings.

Why not join a Probus club today!
We look forward to making your acquaintance.
For further information please call Bill
on 5455 5185.

New to Buderim Village? Over 50?
Looking for interesting social activity?

The Buderim National Seniors Association offers senior members of the community the opportunity to meet new people, enjoy social outings & to have their say on important issues that affect the over 50’s on both a local & national basis.

Our meetings are held on the 4th Monday of each month at the Buderim Bowls Club, off Gloucester Road starting at 9.30am.

We enjoy listening to speakers who give talks on a variety of interesting topics. Our tour director organises local outings & tour trips of longer duration. Our next trip is to Grafton & environs for 5 days. A meeting’s special feature includes a member sharing his or her life story.

Our monthly newsletter reaches 200 members & provides details of upcoming activities & trips, as well as remembering members who are not in the best of health.

If you would like to join our friendly club & enjoy all these activities & morning tea you can be assured of a warm welcome.

For further information please contact our President Max Percival on (07) 5445 5960.