The combined Bowral Probus Club has made the decision to suspend the club for the rest of the year.
Earlier this year the club put its meetings and activities on hold due to the pandemic.
And while restrictions have eased, club member Geoff Prenter said they had been unable to find a venue which would allow all their members to attend meetings.
"A lot of people who belong to the club they really look forward to getting together," he said.
Mr Prenter said they were hoping to get back up and running early next year.
While the club has only been around a short time, they have already enjoyed plenty of enjoyable activities, including visiting Tulip Top Gardens, wine tastings and Christmas in July lunches.
While meetings and activities will not go ahead this year, Mr Prenter said some club members still met once a month for morning tea.
Bowral Probus Club will not be able to accept new members this year but anyone with interest in the club can contact Mr Prenter at email@example.com.
He said the next guest speaker was already lined up and would be Mittagong RSL general manager Craig Madsen.
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