Bribie Island Bowls Club was established in 1929 by members of the Windsor Bowls Club after their many trips to the Island. The Club is now in its 86th year of operations.

The original Clubhouse was purchased from The Moreton Bay Tug Company and floated from nearby Moreton Island on 44-gallon drums.

The first Bowling green was build of sand and ashes from the Koopa (the MS Koopa was a ferry used to transport passengers from Redcliffe to Bribie).

The Club currently boasts 4 outdoor greens and a large modern Clubhouse, which was completely renovated in 2005. The Club is now one of the largest Bowls clubs in Queensland with over 700 bowling members together with 6000 social members.

In 2007 Bribie Island Bowls Club was voted ‘Club of the Year’ by Bowls Queensland.

We are dedicated to the continued improvement of the Club and the Greens for the benefit of all, focusing on a greener future.

2015 is an exciting year. The addition of a second bus means that we can expand out pick up and drop of service. Major renovations are due to be completed by the middle of the year. Stage one will include the new administration building and ammenities. This will allow for stage 2 – the removal of exisiting amenities and lowing of the floor at the southern end of the club, resulting in increased floor space and opening up the club to take advantage of our unbeatable view. Stage 3 will be the extension of the deck along the length of the builing.

With outstanding views over the Pumicestone Passage and the beautiful Glasshouse Mountains the Club has something to offer members and visitors alike.