Lawn Bowls

Here at Seaforth Bowls Club we have two large grass greens for playing Lawn Bowls, with shade covers available and plenty of outdoor seating for bowlers and spectators.

We host lawn bowls competitions and social jackpot bowls every week.

Bowlers from all across North Queensland travel to Seaforth to compete at our annual Triples Carnival and 5-a-Side Carnival.

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What's on with Bowls

Ladies lawn bowls competitions

Wednesdays 

Ladies Day
from 1pm

Contact the Seaforth Ladies Bowls for more information.
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Social Bowls at Seaforth Bowls Club

Fridays

Social Jackpot Bowls
from 1pm 

Mens Lawn Bowls Competitions at Seaforth Bowls Club

Saturdays

Mens Competition

Mens Lawn Bowls Competitions at Seaforth Bowls Club

Sundays

Mens Competition

Ladies Lawn Bowls - Social Sundays

First Sunday of each month

The ladies have a Social Bowls Day. Please contact the Seaforth Ladies Bowls for more information. Send an email

This week's Bowls Draws

Seaforth Ladies Bowls Club

Seaforth Ladies Bowls Draw

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Seaforth Mens Bowls Draw

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Learn more about the great sport of Lawn Bowls

About Lawn Bowls

Bowls is a fantastically fun, low impact sport that can be played by practically anyone in the community, regardless of age, gender or physical ability. Whether you’re searching for a fun and friendly pass-time or an outlet for your inner competitor, bowls may be the sport for you.

By far the easiest way to get involved is to drop in at your local club and organise a couple of coaching sessions. You will find bowlers are friendly and quick to offer advice on playing the sport, while the club coach will be happy to explain the basics, before taking you through your paces on the green.

Read more on the Bowls QLD website

How to Play Lawn Bowls

Lawn Bowls is the game that takes a second to learn, but a lifetime to master.

A precision sport in which the aim is to roll bowls (slightly radially asymmetrical balls) closest to a smaller white/yellow ball (the ‘jack’ or ‘kitty’). The sport is played indoors and outdoors on grass or artificial surfaces known as a ‘green’ which is divided into parallel playing strips known as ‘rinks’.

Read more on the Bowls Australia Website

Download the Beginner’s Guide to Lawn Bowls by Bowls QLD

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