2023 World Bowls ChampionshipsAugust 29 - September 10, 2023 Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia Broadbeach, Helensvale, Musgrave, Paradise Point & Mudgeeraba Bowls Clubs. Queensland’s Gold Coast continues to entrench itself as the home of Bowls in Australia as the host city of the 2023 World Bowls Championships. Five Gold Coast clubs will host the two-week-long tournament, with more than 50 nations expected to take part in one of the pinnacle international events in the sport. Australia will be hoping to better their haul of five gold medals from eight disciplines from the last time the event was held down under, at the 2012 World Championships in Adelaide. The 2023 World Championships will feature both open disciplines (8) and para disciplines (3) for the first time ever. *players featured in this video have not yet been chosen by their Member Nation to compete at the 2023 World Bowls Championships.
Rolling Back the Clock at Dandenong ClubBowls Australia's Roll Back the Clock program continues to prove its educational and social benefits to older people, with Dandenong Club's program a great example.
Right at Home join Para-JackaroosLast month the Australian Para-Jackaroos underwent trials as they commenced their selection journey ahead of the 2023 World Bowls Championships. Right at Home were on hand as proud partners of Bowls Australia to lend their support to the team as the naming rights sponsor of the Jackaroos. Check out how the week went.
2012 World Champs Flashback - Triples interview with Natasha Van Eldik, Lynsey Clarke & Karen Murphy🥇 This month marks 10 years since Australia's domination at the 2012 World Championships in Adelaide. ⏪ To close out the year, we look back to to our five gold medal wins at the event, chatting to the players involved and re-living the action. To kick things off, our successful triples combo of Natasha Van Eldik, Lynsey Clarke & Karen Murphy AM caught up with Clive Adams to take a trip down memory lane.
Apia Local Legend - Geoff McKay💬 "Geoff is the hardest working member at the club. He is a volunteer and his work is comparable to someone who works 60 hours a week." A truly wonderful member of the bowls community and Apia Local Legend, Geoff McKay.
APIA Local Legend - Joanne Hunter💬 "I can play bowls with anybody, I can play and compete with all of the able bodied players at the club." A wonderful player on the green and an inspiration to those around her, this week's Apia Local Legend is Joanne Hunter.