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Mensa is a not-for-profit society. Its purposes are to identify and foster human intelligence for the benefit of humanity, encourage research into the nature, characteristics and uses of intelligence, and to provide a stimulating intellectual and social environment for its members...Show More...
Meet Marjolein, a Dutch member and wheelchair tennis player.
Casual BYO BBQ suitable for families.
Meet some visiting USA members who have been there and done that in the world of Mensa for dinner in North Sydney.
On the second Wednesday of each month we meet In North Sydney. Nice if you register, otherwise just turn up.
Meet in Circular Quay for a cafe or Pub experience with visitors from Perth. Valentines Day means there will be excitement in the air.
Special Board Games Day - Learn a new game or play with friends. Choose from a range of exciting games available. Have the free run of a specialist Games Store. Free to play, $15 for lunch included.
TED Talks for Mensa - You have 5 minutes to talk about something unique to you. In those 5 minutes you will find your feet as to how to communicate your true essence to the rest of the world. Join in or come and listen. Afterwards will be a cafe or pub event.
Regular City event - Hotel in Castlereagh St. No booking, just turn up. Register as if booking to get the address.
Admission tests are held in NSW every 3 months usually at the end of February, May, August and November.
On the second Wednesday of each month we meet In North Sydney. No need to register, just turn up.
Our Gifted Children’s Co-ordinator Alan Thompson will be presenting at the 2015 International Conference on Giftedness and Talent Development in Brisbane. His topic will be 'Bright to brilliant'.
He will present a preview of this talk to Mensans in Perth (parents of young Mensans are particularly invited).
To register, visit: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/23088
Regular City event - Hotel Castlereagh St. No booking, just turn up.
Nuclear Science Tour - The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation conducts tours though their facilities that will be fascinating to young and old. Only 20 places.
NSW Kids event - Star Gazing - 29 June 2015. A trip to an Observatory south of Sydney. Lecture and using the telescope. Join in for dinner beforehand at a local eatery.
How to access the Members-only sections.More
Research grant applications now open.
Welcome to the new Australian Mensa websiteMore