Bowls Club is situated in
beautiful, quiet surroundings on Buderim Mountain at the centre of the Sunshine Coast,
within easy distance of the beaches at Mooloolaba, Alexandra Headland and
Maroochydore. Two excellent greens cater for men
and women bowlers of all ages. Synthetic greens are being planned for some time
Day - try your hand at this exciting and sociable sport at our next open day
(to be announced). Games, prizes, lucky draw and
free sausage sizzle. Bowls provided. Flat soled shoes required.
If you missed out last time and would like to try your hand, ring or
e-mail the Club. The many who
participated in previous open days showed considerable potential and a variety of styles.
Club members can enjoy open triples under
the lights on Wednesday nights in season. Members of the public can
come-and-try in a social setting on Friday nights. A sausage sizzle and bar
facilities are available.
Social Membership Although the club is renowned as a bowlers' bowls
club, social members
are welcome to enjoy the bar facilities and all club social
Clubhouse, between the two
greens, provides ideal viewing of both greens. The now
dining area and kitchen extend into a comfortable bar and lounge area. The
facilities are available for hire for special occasions such as weddings and
birthdays and by other community
groups. They are regularly used for meetings by organisations such as the Probus Club of
Buderim, Buderim Lions and National Seniors Australia - Buderim Branch.
Social functions include a regular Friday night
carvery and several dinner parties including St Patrick's night, Christmas in July, an in-season Christmas party and other parties with entertainment.
See the Social Functions page for more details.
in July - This highly entertaining annual event with
a three course meal, professional entertainment, dancing and the festive
spirit all for $20.
Get your tickets early as a full
house always enjoys a delicious meal and an entertaining night.
bowls program consists of
practice roll-ups on Monday afternoons and men's, ladies'
or mixed competitions on each other day of the week. See the
Weekly Bowls page. Both men and ladies play
pennant competitions in the Sunshine Coast District Bowls Association. Qualified
coaches are in attendance at all scheduled roll-ups and beginners are most welcome.
Coaching is free. Prizes are awarded to successful teams in social competitions.
Bowl Barefoot bowls
for new players from September to May under
the lights on Friday nights from 6 pm with a sausage sizzle. Just come along and
try your hand. Shoes should be flat-soled. Bowls are supplied.
Inquiries regarding coaching times or membership may be made by telephoning the
club on 5445-1104.
Bowls Challenge - A sporting and social challenge amongst teams from local
businesses followed by a very sociable bbq dinner. Held twice each year,
usually in April and September.
Phone the Club to enter a team.
Barry Ashby, the previous winning captain presents the
perennial trophy to members of the winning Action Plasterers team in May
- A six-week series played amongst local businesses under lights on Tuesday
evenings. The first series in
2006 was won by the Bunnings No.3 team. A second
9-week series started in October. Check the Events page for
possibilities this year.
Skirts vs Shirts - The annual challenge between the
men and the ladies. Reputations are at stake here! Always a great day.
social bowls clubs
make annual visits for Sunday lunch, a game of fours, afternoon tea and a very
friendly day out in
beautiful surroundings. Other interested clubs are welcome. Ring or e-mail the club.
championships are held for
men's, ladies' and mixed competitions.
annual tournaments include the Men's Invitation Fours. Sunshine Coast District
Championships are also held at the club.
Both men's and ladies' teams are entered in pennant competitions in the Sunshine
In summer, teams are also entered in the Super Challenge and the Sunshine Coast
District Bowls Association Mixed Night League. Lights
have now been installed on the front
green and both pennant and social games are now being played at night. Both
men's and ladies Super Challenge teams have advanced to the sectional finals in
Origin An annual
mixed fours fixture pitting those born in Queensland against the "aliens" born
elsewhere. A lot of emotion involved here in competition for the Moondah Bell
Donors Bill and Margaret Shaw
present the Moondah Bell trophy to the winners, Queensland in 2010.
include annual membership fees and green fees
for matches, including morning or afternoon tea. Social membership is only $5,
allowing members access to the bar facilities and all social functions.
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