Australian Open entries now open!
Entries are now open for the world’s richest bowls festival… Chances are you if you’re visiting this page, you’ve either participated in a Bowls Australia event in the past, or are considering your first foray into bowls on the national stage.
Regardless of whether or not you have been successful in your pursuits of excellence in the past, or haven’t yet tried your hand on the sport’s biggest stage, the Australian Open on the Gold Coast will be an unmissable experience like no other.
Over 4,000 bowlers from all corners of the country and globe will descend on the coastal tourist destination next June for a chance to enjoy some time in the sun on greens widely regarded as the world’s best, with a guaranteed amount of matches and a chance to secure a slice of the $225,000 prize money up for grabs.
Thousands of bowlers around the nation have played in the country’s richest and most prestigious event, the Australian Open, over its 10 year journey, but no one has experienced the event on a scale or magnitude that will be on display from June 13 to 25 across a minimum of nine bowls clubs situated in the heart of the ‘theme park capital of Australia’.
Let the Southern Hemisphere’s most lucrative event interrupt your next holiday in June 2015, and for the next five years…
Be one of over 4,000 people to put a bowl down, enjoy some time in the sun, hold shot, catch a wave, win the measure, wine and dine at some of Australia’s finest restaurants, win an end, visit famous theme parks, draw shot, travel the length and breadth of the Gold Coast with family and friends AND play bowls.
There is truly something for everyone on the Gold Coast.
There’s no need to partake in an arduous qualifying tournament any more, simply enter online or through the manual entry process and you’ll be guaranteed a place in the main draw.
The world’s richest bowls festival will hit the Gold Coast next June, and entries are now open here, so head over and register your spot in the $225,000 Australian Open.
Disciplines include men’s and women’s singles, pairs And fours, under-18 boys’ and girls’ singles, bowlers with a disability singles and pairs.