Warrawee Bowling Club
Local Clubs - Warrawee, NSW
Warrawee Bowling Club and Function Centre in Warrawee can cater for any type of group or event, from 16th birthday parties, 18th or 21st, themed parties, barefoot bowls and more!
Warrawee Bowling Club has 400 active members playing bowls or croquet. We have three full-size bowling greens and one croquet green. The play is available most days. The club holds regular social functions for members, including restaurant night's and social bridge games. Visitors and new players are always welcome.
The commencement of Warrawee Bowling club is recognised as 1 April 1907, when the newly prepared sporting facilities were opened for play. Bowls, cricket and tennis were available for families of people living in the area.
Warrawee Bowling Club is now over 100 years old. It has changed constantly over that 100 years, adapting to changing member and community attitudes. Today we have a vibrant club, conscious of its community responsibilities. Two quite different examples epitomise this community spirit - each Wednesday morning the club runs therapy bowls for the disabled and together with our green keeper we have installed a number of large rainwater tanks allowing us to be largely water self-sufficient for the maintenance of our greens.
The club also has initiatives in place to encourage younger bowlers, with an arrangement with a local high school, for bowls to be a school sport and a local primary school is also a regular user of the greens.
For more information, feel free to call or visit Warrawee Bowling Club today.