We are situated in the quiet and picturesque eastern suburbs of Adelaide and although our membership numbers are low ( compared to our neighbouring clubs ) we have so much to offer. We promote a friendly and welcoming atmosphere and facilitate well the sport of lawn bowling in our community.

We welcome new members from the absolute beginners to the experienced bowlers at any time of the year. We have a rich history and celebrated our 80th anniversary two years ago.

Feel free to explore our pages and to contact us at any time. 

Click here to watch our video introduction     
We are open for season 2018 / 19
Robert Bria Mayor of City of Norwood, Payneham and St.Peters Council opens the season for us by rolling the first “Jack”. Life member Bob Docking rolls the first bowl of the season.


                               We have

Excellent and well maintained greens 

 Pennant teams                                      

   Social Bowls

Accredited coach



         Social Functions 

Facility Hire                                      

                             Our club was formed in 1936.  We are proud of our history.

click here for our history page


click here for Bob Dockings recollections  

logotgbcFeel free to contact us


From the Lawn Bowls Dictionary by Keith Dunstan


Of course you can “take grass” but if you really want to give the impression that you have played for several decades you urge your number two to “take more paddock”.


You must have a pencil so that you can mark your scorecard. Ball point pen ? Bowlers go through hell with ball point marks on their white gear.




Link to Bowls SA bowlsSA_logo




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