We’re a friendly club located right in the heart of Heathcote.

With two synthetic greens, installed in 2010 and 2015 we cater for all levels.

Our three pennant teams are Division 2 Midweek, Division 3 and Division 7 Weekend.

In 2015/16 we were premiers in Division 3 Midweek and Division 4 Weekend pennant in the Bendigo Division of the Bendigo/Campaspe Region.

Mixed social bowls are on Wednesday, with names in by 12.45pm for a 1pm start. Everyone is welcome – come along and have a roll!


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With the imposing tree covered McIvor Ranges looming in the background, the Heathcote Bowling Club presents one of the great Australian bushland settings for a game of bowls. The sound of birds chirping in the trees lining the nearby creek blends peacefully with the gentle click of bowls as players enjoy a game all year round on the two synthetic greens. This is bowls as it has been played for more than 100 years in Heathcote.

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Visitors to Heathcote have a myriad of choices when it comes to choosing from the range of activities to enjoy in and around town. World renowned for its magnificent wine, particularly the famed Heathcote Shiraz, there are many opportunitites to sample and buy. Well known as the town with the longest main street in the southern hemisphere, Heathcote has outstanding tourist attractions such as the old mining site of Pink Cliffs.

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The great Australian tradition of competitive sport in country towns is alive and well in Heathcote. The Heathcote Bowling Club has a long and proud history of competing in the nearby Bendigo-based bowls association in which Heathcote has teams in the Divison 3 and Division 6 weekend competitions on Saturdays and Division 2 of the midweek competition on Mondays. Club members also compete in tournaments in surrounding areas including Rochester, Elmore, Seymour, Colbinabbin, Nagambie, and Kyneton.

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Club news

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    Social Bowls.

    Despite the onset of cooler weather, good numbers continue to turn up to enjoy a game of social bowls. On Wednesday 17 bowlers played 3 games of pairs and triples. The winners were:Chris Morcom[s] Greg Speirs (3 wins, 45 points, +13 shots).Runners up were: Glen Saunders[s] Eileen O’Brien (2 wins, 33 points, +6 shots) Follwed...

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    Social Bowls Wednesday

    On Wednesday and Saturday a visitor from Canberra, Cliff Gilbert, won social bowls.In warm conditions on Wednesday,12 bowlers played 3 games of pairs. The winners were:Cliff Gilbert[s] Ralph Scott (3 wins,48 points,+33 points).Runners up were:Eileen O’Brien[s] Denis Kilner( 2 wins,31 points,+1 shots) Followed by:Lorraine Speirs[s] Ellis Knight (2 wins,30 points,-2 shots). The jackpot was not...

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    Social bowls Saturday

    In Saturday in near perfect conditions 16 bowlers played 3 games of pairs. The winners were:Cliff Gilbert [s] Denis Kilner (3 wins,43 points,+20 shots)Runners up were:Lorraine Speirs[s] Ellis Knight ( 2 wins,35 points,+15 shots) Followed by:Chris Cail (2 wins,30 points,+1 shots). The jackpot was not won

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    Social Bowls.

    On Wednesday in warm conditions 11 bowlers played 3 games of pairs and triples. The winners were Eileen O’Brien[s],L.Morante R Edwards( 3 wins,44 points,+13). Runners up were Dot Cutajar[s],E.KnightR.Scott ( 2 wins,33 points,+3 shots) Third place goes toB.Berger[s] D.McGann ( 1 win, 19 points,-5 shots). On Saturday the much needed rain washed out the social...

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