Whether it is men’s or women’s, pennants, social or bare-foot bowls, there is always a welcome at the Mapleton Bowls Club. Our club has secured a deserved reputation for the quality of our turf green. The green has 8 rinks and our club has a large function room and a fully licensed bar. The club has hosted competition and friendly matches and played welcomed many visiting teams.

New players, experienced or novices alike, are welcome to join. Benefits available for a very reasonable membership fee include tuition, borrowed bowls.

We offer a fantastic country style venue with views to the coast to enjoy the game. We look forward to wecloming you to our club.

Reasons to Join

Playing bowls is very 'doable'. Whatever your fitness or ability, bowls is a sport for everyone. Bowls can help improve your fitness and mental well-being.

Bowls does not need to be expensive. To get going you don’t need lots of kit. 'Barefoot' or 'Social' bowls is an opportunity to try out the sport with friends. We run social bowls on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 1pm. (Contact us first to ensure the green is available). Compared to most sports, age and gender differences have less of an effect on a game of bowls, so it’s a perfect sport to spend time and enjoy a bit of friendly competition with your all your family. Our bowls club is a sociable place. So joining the Mapleton Bowls Club is a great way to relax, make new friends and feel part of our local community.

Sponsors and Volunteers

We wish to express our gratitude to all our sponsors for their support and generosity. Their contributions help support our continuing success as a sporting organisation and community hub.

We are also privileged to have a strong volunteer network. Our volunteers give their time and abilities to support the club and by doing so, support our members and the local community.

Traditional Owners

The geographic area of Mapleton includes the traditional interests of the Jinibara, Kabi Kabi and Gubbi Gubbi people.

We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land that we live, work and gather on. We recognise their continuing connection to this country and pay respects to elders past, present and emerging.