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


If you have just moved to Jurien, or if you are a visitor to our delightful town, and you love bowls – we have the ideal solution. It is not easy when you don’t know anybody, but you will be made very welcome at the Bowling Club.

Our bowling club is located in a beautiful location with all sporting facilities in the one area.  Within walking distance is the golf club, the squash and tennis courts, basketball courts and the town oval

Sporting ability is not important, having fun is what we are all about.

We take pride on the fact that we are a family club and we have many social functions to encourage interaction. Where better to find out about Jurien than talking to our locals.



Bowls Australia has signalled an impending change to the National Artificial Devices Policy pertaining specifically to the use of bowlers arms.
The revised Artificial Devices Policy, which will come into effect from May 1st 2019 has removed the existing stipulation that players need to have received approval from the State Association to use a bowlers arm, and also removes the need  for a medical certificate to use a bowlers arm.
The changes to the policy come after extensive consultation and feedback from key stakeholders.
It is envisaged that the leniency will result in greater opportunity for persons with physical restrictions and impairments to continue playing the sport, and is in line with the policies of other national bodies.
Any queries relating to these changes to the policy can be raised with Bowls Australia’s Tony Sherwill or Bronwyn White on 03 9480 7100 or at



Jurien Bay Bowling Club

Men’s and Ladies Pennants

Open Competitions


Cold Grog

Corporate Bowls

Outstanding Facilities

Some gun bowlers and some not so good


The evolution of man to eventually playing bowls is inevitable.  Don’t fight it!

We would like to invite you come and meet "Jack". You can find him on a Friday afternoon, Jack is a little yellow ball on the bowling green, probably about 30 metres from where you will deliver your bowl. Be warned, this yellow devil can be elusive - but the closer you can get to it, the more chance you will have to win the game.

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Join as a full member to be able to play competition bowls, or as a social member to be able to play scroungers or corporate bowls, or just to be able to come to the club to enjoy social interaction with great people

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Your chance to win BIG The rules of Cut the Deck are: Buy a ticket. Wait for your ticket to be drawn out and select the correct card from the deck. The card you are looking for is the Jack of Diamonds. If you draw the Jack of Diamonds, go and collect your money Enjoy the rest of the night whilst your friends go green with envy

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Club news

  • Competitions

    Men’s Pairs Championships

    An amazing weekend of bowls for Jurien, starting with the completions of the home and away games of pennants where the Jurien teams finished first and second on the ladder, and then the Pairs Championships. The pairs event had the closest finish possible with the winning team of Don Patton and Richard Malek narrowly beating...

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  • Competitions

    Men’s Singles Championships

    A fantastic weekend of bowls for the Men’s singles championships. Congratulations to Brian Emery who defeated Glen Beck in the final to be a convincing winner 25-10. A great effort by Brian Ian Davies won the plate by defeating Brian Eather in a very close and hard fought game 21-20. Ian came back from being...

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  • Competitions

    Jurien Ladies Classic Fours

      The Jurien Ladies Classic was played at Jurien on the long weekend 2-3 March and teams come from all over to play in this coveted event. The sponsors for this event were: Jurien Home Timber and Hardware, Jurien Bayview Realty, Jurien Bay Hotel, Emerald Grains, Rumbold Ford Moora, Swan Aussie Sheds Jurien, R.S.M, Dennis...

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  • Competitions

    Ladies Championship Singles

    The Ladies Championship Singles event was completed on Thursday 21st February 2019 The final was played between Fiona Allen and Sandy Forward, and even though the scores did not indicate a close game, it was a very high quality game of bowls.  Fiona won the game with a final score of 25-11.  Congratulations Fiona!  ...

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