Thankyou to all our members for your patience and wanting to remain apart of our community during these tough times.

We are extremly pleased to announce that we are back and opening our club doors once again from Friday 3rd July 2020 at 4:30pm.

Number intake will be limited and bookings will be a must.

We look forward to seeing you back here!!

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Attention all Balgowlah Heights and surrounding suburbs residents!

Have you ever thought how good it would be to have a local club on your doorstep with a friendly bar, good food and a safe place for the kids to play?  How about all of that with some beautiful views thrown in only a short walk away?

Well we have all of that at the Balgowlah Bowling and Community Club on Bareena Drive!  We may have kept a bit of a low profile in the past and, if we are honest, we might have been a bit pigeon-holed as a place for serious bowls players only.  That is certainly not the case now! 

The club would like to be seen as a Community Club where some of its members enjoy a game of bowls rather than a bowling club that sometimes accepts non-bowling visitors.  To that end, we want to throw open our doors to our local community and offer a welcoming and comfortable space for neighbours to socialise while the kids can play safely either outside on the dedicated green or inside in our TV and games room.

However, we can’t do this on our own.  The club is a not for profit organisation which is solely funded by its members and, while we are keen to make changes and expand the club membership and facilities, all of this needs to be funded.

For this reason, we have now launched a new family membership scheme which will work as follows:

  • Family membership fee of $100 per annum with proceeds going to upgrade our bar menu, kids’ facilities and bar staff costs.
  • The club will be open every Friday and Saturday evening to all and will have catering available on site.
  • Selected events throughout the year for State of Origin, Bledisloe Cup, etc.  There is even talk of some larger events around Boxing Day!

We do need to stress that we can only make this happen with your support and we need at least 100 families to sign up and pay the membership fee to make this viable.  As such please spread the message far and wide among your network!

Please either sign up here or come along and ask our friendly staff for a family membership form.

Sean Semler, Paul Terry

Balgowlah Bowling and Community Club

Tel: 02 9948 6377

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The NSW State Government has announced further easing of restrictions commencing today, 13 June

2020. These changes have now been legislated.

Please note the following conditions:

  • No more than 20 persons are allowed per green (excluding any club staff or officials e.g. markers, umpires, coaches etc.)
  • Social Distancing of 1.5m per person must be strictly adhered to
  • Personal and Equipment hygiene protocols are in place
  • A record of attendees at all sessions of activity must be kept for a period, of at least, 4 weeks and given to Health or Government officials, if required.
  • Clubs must have a COVID-19 safety plan in place
  • WBNSW & BNSW continue to strongly recommend that in order to comply with restrictions that no more than 4 persons per rink participate at any one time.

WBNSW & BNSW further advise under NSW State Government guidelines from today, 13 June 2020, Lawn Bowls has been granted permission to participate in organised matches this includes social & competition matches.

NOTE: licensed clubs have their own set of restrictions, under Public Health Orders, that apply to the capacity of persons allowed internally within the club house and it may be the case that some clubs may not have the capacity to cater for bowlers prior to and/or after any organised matches.

If you have any general enquiries, please contact:

Women’s Bowls NSW on 02 9267 7155 or generalmanager@womensbowlsnsw.org

Bowls NSW (David Ellis – Head of Sport & Operations) on 0450 956 485 or david@bowlsnsw.com.au

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Balgowlah Bowling & Community Club regret to inform our patrons that the following events have been

  • Bridge Club
  • The FIG
  • Rock ‘n’ Roll (this Monday only at this stage will reassess each week)
  • Bill Burridge
Postponed until 24th October 2020
Pilates will be going ahead

We will be releasing a statement in regards to all other operations of the club later today.

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Balgowlah Bowling Club encourages potential new members to take up a special membership offer, now only $75 for the first year. Users of this membership may play in smart casual while they evaluate whether they would like to move onto a full membership.

To use our Free Coaching between 2:00 – 4:00 each Friday, just arrive and introduce yourself.   We supply the bowls and coaching all you need are flat shoes or play Barefoot.

Any one who would like to play as a visitor, phone the club on 9948 6700 between 9:30 and 10:30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.  Identify yourself as a visitor, your level of play, phone number and your name.  Cost is $15 /person/ day.

Full membership requires a uniform, some of which can be purchased through the club, other items are available through the bowls shop. Once a uniform is purchased, members can play Pennants Competitions for the club.

We have a Social Membership available to anyone who would like to enjoy the club but does not fancy bowling.

Download our application form here and pop it into the club to be processed on a Tuesday/Thursday or Saturday.

Bowling days are Tuesday, Thursdays & Saturdays, starting at 12:30. We have 3 greens, 2 are championship standard greens, the 3rd green is for fun bowls or Barefoot bowls.

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Balgowlah Bowling club was officially opened June 2nd 1956 by his excellency Lieutenant General Sir John Northcott (Govenor of NSW). We are proud to be a non-for-profit club servicing the North Shore community.
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