Get Involved

Would you like to try lawn bowls?

There are many ways that you can get involved in the sport. Lawn bowls can be played by anyone of any age and at many levels from casual social bowls up to the elite level.

Just starting out in Bowls, or thinking of giving it a try. The Basic Bowls pamphlet will give you a guide to how the Sport is played.

Lawn Bowls is a great opportunity to be active, make new friends and get involved in the social and bowling life offered by clubs. You can really get involved at whatever level appeals to you.

Many companies, social groups and individuals are now using bowling clubs for meetings, parties, social events, etc, often a game of bowls and a BBQ completes the day.

To find a club near you, just enter your post code in the “Find A Club” search engine – Click Here

For advice or more information please contact Bowls WA on 9340 0800.

All clubs are very welcoming to new members. Bowling clubs are open all year round, with summer being the most active time of the year. The seasons starts around mid-September and goes until May. However, most clubs run winter programs which allow you to bowl all through the year.

Each club will run their own Championship events in which only club members can enter. Generally these include Championship Singles, Pairs, Triples and Fours. In addition, clubs run a wide variety of events for their own club members and visitors from other clubs. These range from very casual to highly competitive.


Pennants is our main competition and is run by Bowls WA . This is a graded competition starting with Premier League and going to 6th Division.

In the Metropolitan area the Men have Midweek Pennants (Thursday afternoons) and Saturday Pennants. The Women have Tuesday Pennants, Friday Night Pennants and Saturday Pennants.

Each competition is held roughly over 18 weeks. (Saturday ladies and Friday nights are less) There are approximately 10 sides in each colour of each division. The sides play off for the Pennant, promotion and pride for the clubs they belong to.

Country pennants is different, with each league running their own competition. Contact your Country league for more information.

It is a fun competition that allows all people with all levels of skills to compete.

Have fun and enjoy your bowls.