Your community gathering place for the most enjoyable
lawn bowls experience imaginable.

White Hills Bowls Club is situated just east of the magnificent Bendigo Botanical Gardens with easy access off the Midland Highway. The club has 100 + members with teams competing in the Bendigo Bowls Division’s Saturday and Monday Pennant competitions. We host barefoot bowls and the popular Tuesday night pennant during day-light saving hours.

Social bowls is also very popular being played on Wednesday afternoons, with visitors most welcome to participate in a very friendly atmosphere followed by a country style hospitality afternoon tea.

For the complete newcomer to lawn bowls, looking for a sporting activity that promises much in fun and enjoyment with a competitive element, then the friendly, welcoming atmosphere of the White Hills Bowls Club will be the place to be.

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From birthdays to a corporate day out … talk to us about how your function can be a memorable one.

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Looking to join the friendliest club in the region. We have membership packages to suit all levels.

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Club news

  • Barefoot

    Singles Championships 5th January 2020

    In somewhat cooler and slightly damp conditions, our Club Singles Championships were completed today. The ladies game was a seesaw event for the entire 27 ends with Carmel Jansen winning 25 shots to 22 over Jan O’Bree. In the men’s section, Neil Patton skipped away from John McCurry eventually winning 25 shots to 12. Well...

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  • Competitions

    2019 Country Care Gold Letter Tournament

    White Hills Bowls Club hosted the 2019 Country Care Gold Letter Tournament All rinka were full with teams entered from a number of regions including Ballarat, Bendigo, Campaspe and Goulburn Valley. Winners Eventual winners were the Moama team consisting of Peter Broom, Tony Hawley, Merv Harvey and Rob Wastell. In accepting their winnings, many thanks...

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