• Organised Bowls recommence from 18 June 2020
  • All Toronto Workers Club CovidSAFE measures in place must be adhered to
  • Bowler's Lounge will be accessible via the outside entrance only with a maximum capacity of 20 persons
  • Outdoor toilets are open
  • Maximum of 20 on Bowling Green
  • 1.5m Social Distancing at all times
  • Contact Tracing Records - Please text your name, Toronto Workers membership number & anticipated start and finish times to Ron/Delores Dawson on 0467 067 858

Learn to Bowl at Toronto Workers Club

Toronto Workers Bowling Club is part of the Toronto Workers Club Group and boasts one of the best synthetic greens in the Lake Macquarie area. Like to give bowls a try? Why not contact our Bowls Club for more information. We'd love to have you on our team. 

The Toronto Workers Bowling Club have won the prestigious NDBA Zone 2 Number 1 Grade Pennant in 2002 and 2010 and have produced some of the best bowlers in the district and the state.

For more information:
Phone: (02) 4959 7503
Fax: (02) 4959 6540
Postal Address: PO Box 235, Toronto NSW 2283

to our Men's Bowls Team 
on Winning the
 APIA Summer
Bowls Challenge 2018

Ladies Bowls Contacts:
Kristene James - President
Ph: 0413 022 564

Send Kristene an Email

Dolores Dawson - Secretary
Ph: 0467 067 858
Send Dolores an Email

Mary Downey - Match Chair
Ph: 0423 409 118

Mens Bowls Contacts:
David Rose - President
Ph: 0499 710 989
Send David an Email

Brian Jones - Secretary
Ph: (02) 4959 8548
Send Brian an Email

Mathew Hellier
Ph: 0434 419 389
Send Mathew and Email

Weekly Bowls Timetable

Please ensure your names are in by 8.30am / 9am or
1 hour prior to any Afternoon Session on the day by phoning (02) 4959 7503. 

Tuesday Ladies Bowls: 9.30am - 12.30pm

Wednesday Mens Bowls: 9.30am - 12.30pm

Thursday Mixed Mufti Bowls: 9.30am - 12.30pm

Friday Mens Bowls: 9.30am - 12.30pm

Friday Twilight Mufti (during Summer & Autumn): 5.30pm - 8pm

Saturday Mens Bowls: 1pm - 5pm (excludes Pennant Season)


3-5 June 2020

The bowling green has undertaken a renovation primarily to increase the water infiltration capacity and relieve compaction issues as a result from constant and intense foot traffic.

The procedure is similar to that of a turf green, only on a reduced scale to minimise impact and avoid any damage to the structure of the synthetic grass.

A delegate from the company contracted to install the green has visited the site recently for a team brief and a comprehensive programme was discussed and actioned by the maintenance staff.

The procedures carried out are in accordance with manufacturers recommendations and maintenance guidelines and are as follows:
Dethatching - mowing the green with a dethatching reel at bench height to lightly disturb the surface and increase the water infiltration capacity.
- mowing the green with a brush implement to remove debris in the synthetic pile and the break down the compacted sand layer.

Sand Dusting
- the application of Kiln dried sand at a light rate to increase performance and re-establish surface levels. Sand also assists with Algae breakdown.
Irrigation - applied to integrate sand into the synthetic pile and reduce tailing.
Rinks Remarked
- New rinks running East/West have been marked to distribute wear. Existing rinks have been remarked.