To All Members,
Following State Government announcements yesterday, there is some good news
for members:- the Club will be open again from tomorrow Friday 10 September.
However, there are important restrictions on our activities as follows,
which will remain in place up to and including Thursday 23rd September:
Masks: Must be worn inside and outside, except when seated eating or
drinking inside and outside.
QR Code: When entering the Club grounds or building for any reason, members
must QR Code Check-in, or as a last resort, write your first name, surname
and phone number on the form provided.
Practice Bowls- Members can practice but no more than 4 players per rink and
no more than 20 players across the greens at any one time. Distancing of
1.5 metres should be maintained when practicing. Also note no spectators are
allowed at present.
The bar will be open from Friday 10 September; however numbers are
restricted to 10 members seated inside and 20 seated outside in the pergola
area. At this stage the bar will open on Fridays, Saturdays, Mondays and
Wednesdays at approx. 4pm-6pm.
Due to the restrictions this does mean that the following scheduled
activities and events listed for September in next couple of weeks will need
to be cancelled/postponed.
– Skills Drills and BBQ
– Meeting of Members
– Midweek and Saturday practice matches
– Mixed Nominated Triples
When playing bowls or practicing, please remember to:
* Sanitise hands frequently
* Disinfect mats and jacks after use
* The water fountains will still be closed so please bring
along your own drink bottle.
Welcome back and thank you for your continued cooperation during these
Barry Oswald, President
On behalf of the Board and COVID Working Group
The original Clifton Springs Hotel was located at or about this site wherein a Bowling Green had always been envisaged
Of historical significance is the well documented fact that adjacent to the Bowling Club site are the remains of the first Mineral Springs/Spa development on the Bellarine Peninsula which was established around 1870. Subsequently a Hotel was built together with many jetties to cater for the burgeoning tourist trade as well as water supply, produce and shell grit export. The Hotel burnt to the ground in 1921 and a second hotel replaced it in 1926. This was remodelled about 1957 to become The Clifton Springs Country Club. In 1977 the property was acquired by The Shire of Bellarine. It was later purchased by The Clifton Springs Golf Club and remodelled once again.
It is noteworthy that our Bowling Club now stands on the land once the site of the original hotel’s staff quarters
The Bowling Club is located on the Southern shore of Corio Bay, on the Bellarine Peninsula and immediately west of The Clifton Springs Golf Course.
Ample parking is available adjacent to the Club.
property & assets director
Our Club is fully licensed, with full kitchen facilities. All staffing is by Members as volunteers. There are three synthetic greens ( only two in use ) and are playable year round.
FULL PLAYING MEMBERSHIP
ONLY $175 per year
FIRST YEAR FULL MEMBERSHIP*
$100 per year
SOCIAL PLUS MEMBERSHIP
$100 per year
WITH SOCIAL MEMBERSHIP ON OFFER at $10 p.a.
NO JOINING FEE.
Lockers are also available for $15 per year
Social group enquiries are welcome and should be made either by Phone to 5251 3555 or Fax 5251 1260 or Email firstname.lastname@example.orgMembership Application
Mixed Social Bowls where Visitors are most welcome is played on Thursday afternoons.
Mens 2 Bowls Triples is held on the first Wednesday of every month.
New Members are most welcome and are afforded free coaching by our qualified and most capable coaches. Loan bowls are available for beginners at no cost.
Practice is encouraged with greens set aside daily by the Greens Director who indicates which Greens are available and the direction of play for that day.