Euston Club Bowls

Euston Bowls Club

The Euston Bowling Club was the forerunner to the establishment of the Euston Bowling and Recreation Club Ltd, now one of the best and most successful licensed clubs along the Murray River.
The Euston Club was established on a site which was the original location of the Euston Hotel, a popular ‘watering hole’ for the district’s farmers and workers. Both greens overlook the mighty Murray River and feature a new and improved sports lounge complete with full bar facilities, P.A system and plasma T.Vs. Lighting facilities are installed over the greens to allow for twilight/evening bowling. Come along for social bowls, book in for one on one coaching, or why not become a member to be eligible for pennant season. Here at the Euston bowling club, we offer two Fabulous greens, one being a synthetic carpet Green and the other a Tift dwarf grass green. Our synthetic green features a retractable shade Cover, perfect for those hot summer days!

There are both regular competitions and social bowling available for members and guests.

Thursday & Sunday Social Bowls
Social Bowls
Social Bowls for the summer is scheduled to commence at 10.00am – registration 9.45am


Mid Week Pennant Teams
December 11th 2017


Mid Week Team 


The Euston Bowling Club hosted a very successful 2 day bowls tournament last June where there was keen competition for the $6,000 prizemoney on offer. Bowlers travelled from Essendon, Warracknabeal, Minyip, Lake Boga, Swanhill, Ouyen, Manangatang, Nangiloc, Merbein, Irymple, Workers and Mildura Clubs with 66 players participating across 22 teams in the prestigious event.

The 1st prize winner was Michael Legin’s team from Workers with 6 wins and 1 draw – they were very happy with their winnings of $2,190.

The 2nd prize ($1,290) winner was Michael Funcke’s team from Minyip with 6 wins, the 3rd prize ($690) winner was Rob Jay’s team from Ouyen with 5 wins, the 4th prize ($390) winner was Brian Horton’s team from Mildura with 5 wins and the 5th prize ($180) winner was Wayne Gardner’s team from Irymple with 5 wins.

In addition to the major prizes the Club handed out 70 small packets of cash to every team which won an individual match.

The tournament finished mid afternoon on Sunday culminating in the presentation of cash prizes as well as the drawing of the raffle which contained many great prizes, mostly provided by the valued sponsors.

In his presentation President John Bond thanked all of the players for travelling to Euston and helping to make this tournament such a success, the committee and volunteers for their work in organising and running the tournament, greenkeeper Glenn Scott for preparing the grounds and the sponsors for their valued support especially the Euston Club Resort.

Primary sponsors of the event were the Euston Club Resort, Country Hearing Care, Pioneer Ford Robinvale and AutoPro Robinvale. A special feature by arrangement on Sunday was the Free Hearing Tests conducted by Country Hearing Care and many people took up the offer to check their hearing.