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The Cooroy Bowls Club opened on the 22nd of March 1948. Noosa Shire Chairman, R McAnally rolled the first bowl. The Club President Malcom Outridge designed the logo on the first bowl rolled on the green – a possum on a tree branch. This became a symbol of the club and in the 1950’s the Cooroy Primary School asked permission to use the logo for the school purposes. We are lucky enough to have the first bowl rolled on the green in 1948 displayed on our shelves. The Cooroy Bowls Club has recently changed its name to the Cooroy Community Bowl Club.

The bowling green is open for tournaments and social competitions.




Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday

1pm – 9pm

Friday & Saturday

11am – 9pm


11am – 5pm

Social Bowls Competitions

Tuesday Afternoon: Cooroy Community Bowls Club

Wednesday Night: Business Bowlers – new to town and want to come and connect with some locals? The Cooroy Business Bowlers hold a social tournament twice a year which runs for about 12 weeks. No bowling experience is necessary as the Business Bowlers will teach you all you need to know.

Thursday Night: High Rollers – Don’t let the name fool you. These social bowlers come from all around to play. They run two tournaments a year with a break over the Christmas / New Year period and also over winter.

Friday Night: Barefoot Bowls – $10 for adults. Kids play free.

Saturday Afternoon: Cooroy Community Bowls Club.

Finish your meetings with a game of barefoot bowls and some social drinks.

To play social bowls or to contact the Cooroy Community Bowls Club please call 5472 0907 and the staff at Saw & Mill will point you in the right direction.

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A visit from Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist Tony Bonnell

In May 2018 the Cooroy Business Bowlers were lucky enough to play along side Tony only weeks after winning his Gold Medal at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast. Tony’s father Lester plays in the social bowls competition on Wednesday nights and it was great to see the father son pair out of the green.

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