Welcome To Laidley Bowling Club

Our club was started in 1947 and the bowling green is named the “Ron Weier Green” in honour of one of our oldest playing members. Thanks for your efforts over the decades Ron.

We are interested in playing and promoting the game of lawn bowls.

Club Motto

Come See How We Roll In The Lockyer Valley.

We have a good friendly membership willing and capable of introducing new and prospective beginners to the game of bowls. We also have accredited coaches available, particularly for junior and new bowlers.

Our clubhouse is available for hire for corporate, private, fundraising, and other functions. catering is available on request. Hall hire can be booked by phoning either of the club numbers. We can include a game of “barefoot bowls” with the hall hire if required.

We pride ourselves as being an affordable venue for budget conscious groups and organisations wanting to hold small conferences, parties and functions. We are here to help with all functions.

We have a fully licensed and functioning bar with packaged and draught refreshments at 1990’s prices. We have accredited bar staff that holds “responsible service of alcohol” certificates.

About Laidley Bowling Club

Several sporting, recreational clubs and organisations use our clubhouse to hold functions and fundraising events. We are truly a community-minded organisation willing and able to support and give to the community in the Lockyer Valley.

Visiting bowlers, their friends and relatives are more than welcome to join in the fun and activities of our club. We have the best single green in the Lockyer Valley. We have reciprocal visits from the following clubs, Gatton, Lowood, Esk, Rosewood, Amberley and North Ipswich bowls clubs for the “pub day circuit” competition.

We also participate in the DOWNS DISTRICT annual pennants and 7’s competitions. We have twice yearly visits from visiting bowling organisations such as the MASTER BUILDERS bowling club and the RETIRED FIREFIGHTERS social bowling club along with other likeminded clubs and associations.

RON WEIER, THE MAN, AFTER WHICH THE BOWLING GREEN IS NAMED

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