Club Secretary or any committee member.
FAQ Category: New Members
Before buying bowls we recommend that you use the club bowls for a trial period so that you can determine the right size and type of bowl for you. We also recommend that you seek guidance from a coach before purchasing bowls.
We wear uniforms for pennant games, championship finals and some special days nominated by the club.
The club runs an annual championship event and all full members are encouraged but not required to enter.
There are many volunteer jobs at the club and we could not function without our volunteers. If you are a keen gardener, a handyman or enjoy cooking you may wish to help out and you will be a most welcome asset. You are not required to volunteer.
Twilight Bowls is run during the daylight saving period and social bowls are organised on the first and third Wednesday of each month. During winter, social bowls are played on Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. In addition there are special days such as Melbourne Cup Day, Australia Day, Margaret Cunningham Mentor Day and the Opening …
Club coaching is free to members. New bowlers are offered coaching with a club coach. Group and team coaching is available to all members and individual coaching can be arranged by appointment.
As a member you can bring friends to play bowls as long as the rinks are available at the time.
As a full member you will be given a key to the greens area and bowls shed so that you can practice at any time, although this will depend on the availability of the rink. Restrictions on the use of the greens can occur due to a competition in progress or the grass green being …
The gardens are looked after by club members who volunteer to work in the gardens.