Catch the Australian Open - Bowls Australia as moves to the Gold Coast in 2015
One of the most spectacular bowls festivals in the world will be moving to the Gold Coast in 2015. The Australian Open – Bowls Australia will be taking place for the next five years on the Gold Coast, and this will be the first time it will be held outside Victoria since it started 10 years ago.
Home to some of the biggest and most celebrated sports festival in Australia, the Gold Coast will host another remarkable annual sporting event. The Australian Open’s transition to the Gold Coast positions the city as an important hubs of bowls in South East Queensland and the rest of the country.
The Australian Open is set to gather more than 4,000 bowlers from different parts of Australia and abroad for a fun and exciting 13-day festival.
The Australian Open is also the richest lawn bowls event in the world offering a generous AUD225,000 prize purse, making it an even more exciting event for bowlers from all over the globe.
The Australian Open will take place on 13 to 25 June and its finals will be held in Broadbeach, which is also where the 2018 Commonwealth Games will be held. The Australian Open will be played in 14 clubs as venues for some portions of the yearly event. Some of the locations will be at Tugun Bowls and Community Club, Beenleigh Bowls and Recreation Club, Club Benowa, Club Helensvale, Broadbeach Bowls and Community Club, Club Robina, Mermaid Beach Bowls Club, Coolangatta Bowls Club, Mudgeeraba Bowls Club, Paradise Point Bowls Club, Southport Bowls Club, Gold Coast Bowls and Community Club, Musgrave Hill Bowls Club,, and Burleigh Heads Bowls Club.
Mark your calendars now for this remarkable sporting event on the Gold Coast. Visitors coming to the city for this event can choose Capricornia Apartments as their holiday address. Our Broadbeach Holiday Accommodation is located near the most exciting destinations around the Gold Coast.
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