Three of Australia’s premier bowls clubs will play host to the 2020 World Bowls Championships.
Collectively, they provide the event with 10 bowls greens to accommodate the staging of the 36-nation event.
Broadbeach Bowls Club
Broadbeach Bowls and Community Club is located in the heart of Broadbeach on the Gold Coast, just metres from the beautiful white sandy beach. As the only four green club on the Gold Coast, Broadbeach plays a massive role in the annual staging of the Australian Open and was the host venue for the sport at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Club Helensvale has long been a heavyweight club on the Gold Coast, and indeed throughout Australia. Currently boasting a number of BCiB Australian Jackaroos, the Helensvale talent pathway has proved successful over many years. With it’s magnificent facilities, the club has been a host to many state, national and international events, including the World Champion of Champions Singles in 2015 and 2016, and will be a host club for the World Championships in 2020 alongside Musgrave Hill and Broadbeach.
Musgrave Hill Bowls Club
Located just north of the Southport and Labrador areas, Musgrave Hill Bowls Club is one of the larger clubs on the Gold Coast and boasts world-class greens and a fantastic club facility.
The club has a history of hosting tournaments and events at local, state and national levels, and has been chosen as one of the host clubs for the World Championships in 2020, along with Broadbeach and Helensvale.
The club boasts three bowls greens, two of which incorporate a shade cover to help protect bowlers from the extreme heat conditions of the Queensland summer, and also houses a large entertainment, gaming and bar area and runs daily buffet catering.