COVID-19

Please view this page for the latest information regarding the return to Tenpin Bowling across Queensland. The information and links on this page were last updated on: Tuesday 7th July 2020.

Centres

A list of centres below are now open or are planning to open on these dates. Please speak to your local centre to confirm arrangements for bowling.

Go Bowling Cairns – OPEN

Mt Warren Lanes – OPEN

Caboolture Bowl & Mini Golf – OPEN

Mackay Leisure Centre – OPEN

Logan City Tenpin – OPEN

Go Bowling Ashmore – OPEN

Maryborough Tenpin Bowl – OPEN

Rockhampton Bowl & Leisure – OPEN

Toowoomba Sunset Bowl – OPEN

Strathpine Bowl – OPEN

Zone Bowling Capalaba – OPEN

Zone Bowling Mt Gravatt – OPEN

Zone Bowling Garden City – OPEN

Zone Bowling Richlands – OPEN

Zone Bowling Robina – OPEN

Aspley Tenpin – OPEN

Return to Play – COVID-19 Training

Active Queenslanders industry alliance has free training available for Queensland’s fitness, sport and recreation organisations and clubs to help fast-track the return to physical activity for both stages 2 & 3.

To read more and register please click here: https://www.aqia.org.au/covidsafety/

TBAQ COVID-19 Hub

TBA (Tenpin Bowling Australia) have created a hub for all COVID-19 related information which you can see here: https://www.tenpin.org.au/covid-19-hub/

Queensland Stage 3

On Tuesday 30th June, it was announced the Queensland will move to stage three restrictions from Friday 3rd July. To read more about exactly what this means, please see the summary from ABC here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-07-01/queensland-borders-decision-explainer-whos-in-whos-out/12406516

Grant Assistance

Please see information from Sport and Recreation QLD:

COVID-19 restrictions are continuing to ease with Stage 2 of the Roadmap to easing Queensland’s restrictions now in effect.

We know many Queenslanders have been looking forward to the return of sport and fitness activities, and the further easing of restrictions means sporting fixtures can return and organisations can re-open under COVID-safe guidelines.

To prepare organisations and clubs for the safe restart of activities, a $51.3 million Sport and Recreation COVID SAFE Restart Plan has been established, including:

  • $2,000 per club for up to 7,000 clubs through the COVID SAFE Active Clubs
    Kickstart program
  • up to $150 for 73,000 young participants through FairPlay vouchers. Round 2 voucher expiry dates have also been extended until 11 November 2020 for parents to present to activity providers.
  • facility improvements for up to 3,000 clubs as part of the Active Restart Infrastructure Recovery Fund
  • support for 77 peak bodies through the Active Industry Fund.

To find out more about the program or to apply for funding, visit qld.gov.au/activeclubskickstart. Applications close 5pm, Wednesday 17 June 2020 or earlier if funds are exhausted.

Stay up to date 

To find out how COVID-19 restrictions are being eased for sport, recreation and fitness activities, visit the COVID-19 Return to Play website.

You can also stay informed about Queensland sport and active recreation during the COVID-19 pandemic by visiting covid19.qld.gov.au or our dedicated news page.