Becoming A Member

Victoria Bowling Club is always on the lookout for new members to join our club, whether it be as a full time bowler competing in club championships or a social bowler looking for to enjoy a casual roll up and get to know the game better. Each membership option is explained below:

Full Membership

Cost: $175 (if paid by 1st October, then $200 afterwards. $125 for senior, $100 for first years, $75 for students)

Benefits: As a Full Member you have the opportunity to play in our club championships, take part in our many interclub teams, play in Wellington Center events, as well as National events. Along with this you get one of famous black and yellow club shirts! Limited Members as well as Full Members get access to club coaching evenings which are to be scheduled for Thursday afternoons/evenings.


Limited Membership

Cost: $50

Benefits: Regular mid-week roll-ups and mid-week tournaments.

Social Membership

Cost: $30

Benefits: Social membership is a great way to get to know the game and become a part of the club. As a social member, you can have a roll-up on the green whenever there are no club competitions being held.

All members are also able to take part in the now famous Twilight Summer Bowls (a.k.a Business House) on Tuesday evenings, where we regularly have over 30 teams of bowlers of all skills competing in a fun, sun-filled event over 5 weeks. You can find out more about Twilight Bowls by following the club’s Facebook page here

Fill out the form below to inquire about becoming a member at the club!

Alternatively you can fill out an application form at the club bar, just ask a full member. 

New Full Members: What to Know

As a new full member of a bowls club, it may seem like there’s a lot to know about how the season and the club operates. To make this easier, we’ve put together an information booklet that should explain everything from how to play the game, to how to join teams and how the season calendar usually plays out. All the relevant information about bowls at the club can be found in the Victoria Bowls Induction Booklet.

For any other information or questions, please email the club or ask a club member.