Port City Bowling Club
Drift is a place we have created with you in mind…
The perfect space for a quiet coffee and catch up with friends to a lovely night out the whole family can enjoy. Now is the perfect time to join us at your local Club, Port City!
Open daily for lunch and dinner, remember bookings are essential so give us a call and reserve your table today!
Corporate For conferences, training days/seminars and meetings away from the office we are committed to ensuring that every aspect of your corporate function is coordinated with precision and professionalism.
Barefoot Bowls Parties with a difference! We have a variety of barefoot bowls deals that everyone can enjoy. Perfect for your next social or fundraising event.
Parties At Port City we love to celebrate! As your venue partner we pride ourselves on offering a friendly and professional approach to all your function needs. We will work closely with you to ensure that your event is exactly how you imagine it.
Memorials Losing a loved one can be a difficult time for families especially when having to organise memorial services as well. Our functions team can take this stress away and allow your family and friends time to celebrate your loved one’s life and share many memories together.
Belonging to Port City Bowling Club is more than a membership, you become part of a community of fun, fabulous like-minded people who enjoy socialising with friends, great food and the best of sport.
Following representation from local residents in 1937 the Municipal Council decided to investigate the possibility of constructing the town‘s first lawn bowling green. The Lands Department of the day in agreement with the Maritime Services Board approved the release of part of the Pilot Station recreation reserve.
This area became the site of the Club first green and original Club house, the cost of developing the green was a total sum of 470 pounds ($940). The cost of the excavation was 20 pounds, construction of the green 350 pounds, windmill, and piping and tank 50 pounds, fencing 40 pounds and contingencies 10 pounds. Work was commenced in July 1937 and completed in September 1937.
A meeting was held on the 16th December 1937 for the formation of the Port Macquarie Bowling Club...