PHYSICALLY disabled OR vision impaired.

whatever your challenge,
this is the sport for you.

Vision Impairment

If you suffer from vision damage, either partial or total loss, you can play bowls.  With the help of a director with adequate vision you can participate and enjoy the rewards of the sport.

Physical challenges

The greens can be accessed by chair and many clubs have bowling arms to assist those that are unable to bend easily.

Stress Reliever

We live in a fast-paced world and sometimes we simply need to slow down.  There is nothing quite like a good game of bowls to make new friends, clear out the cobwebs and just focus on having fun. 
You can play just to be social or competitively.  The choice is yours!

Catch the latest ...

IBD World Bowls Championships 2024

Coming to you from South Africa in May 2024. Updates will be made available on this site as they come to hand.

Cerebral Palsy Month

March is Cerebral Palsy month and the spotlight is on one of England's CP players, Jonathan Stokes.

New Zealand Post-section Play

Post-section play from the Open Disability Pairs event in January 2024. Kerrin and Johnathan take on Mo and Warren.

Get the right gear for your game

John Hood from Australia suffers from superficial siderosis which causes him to lose balance. The bowling arm helps to stabilise him and he has now caught the bowls bug big time.

We may have been around since 1299 A.D. but we are definitely not old or crusty.

What our bowlers tell us...

How has lawn bowls changed their lives?

The company is great and it is a sport I had never really thought about until a mate introduced me. It's social as.
Mathew Grey
1st year disabled bowler
I find that when I am on the bowling green I rarely think of anything else, which is great coz I have a stressful life outside of bowls. It is a great way to unwind.
Hector Aldo
5th year disabled bowler
I have always enjoyed the competition from the beginning and have made lifelong friends with those I see at all the events during the year.
Silvia Cruz
20+ years disabled bowler

Wake. Eat. Lawn Bowls. Sleep. Repeat.

Check out some of the action on the green

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South Adelaide
Australia 5006

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