About Us

Bribie Island Bowls Club is committed to responsible practices that recognize the importance of the well-being our Members and guests with a focus of minimizing the potential harm of alcohol.

DETAILS OF THE CLUB’S LIQUOR LICENCE

Licensed Trading Hours – 10am to midnight Monday to Sunday
The Club is closed, Good Friday, Christmas Day and until 1pm on Anzac Day.
The liquor license covers the clubhouse, greens and surrounds – but not the car park.

Bribie Island Bowls Club promotes and practices responsible service of alcohol and all staff must have as a minimum Queensland RSA and RSG certificates.

Bribie Island Bowls Club is committed to the ongoing training and support of staff in the area of Responsible Service of Alcohol.

It is an offence for persons under the age of 18 to obtain or consume liquor on the Club premises. If you are in any way uncertain of a person’s age you MUST request them to produce an acceptable form of identification. Should they fail to do so, service must be refused. Acceptable instruments of proof of age must contain the person’s photograph and have reference to the date of birth and include: * 18 plus card * Driver’s License * Passport.

Club Entry & Proof of Identification

It is a requirement of entry to the club’s premises that:

All members are required to show/swipe their membership card at reception
All reciprocal members and visitors must sign in and provide proof of ID at reception.
All visitors of the club must live outside of a 15km radius to be able to sign in as a visitor.
All members’ guests of the club must remain in the company of the member whilst in the club.
All patrons are required to provide acceptable evidence of age where there is any doubt they are under 25.

The only acceptable ID is photographic ID being one of the following:

Government issued proof of age card (18+ card)
Drivers licence or permit
Australian or foreign passport.

Always be alert for:-

Other persons obtaining liquor for minors.

Duplicate forms of identification, in Queensland such documents can be distinguished by a “D” on the end of the licence/permit number. When a duplicate form of ID is presented a second form of ID must be produced (credit card, etc.).

All false ID’s are to be confiscated and passed on to supervisory or management staff, who will forward them to the Liquor Licensing Division.

Minors may be on the premises if in the care of a responsible adult or guardian but may not consume or purchase liquor. Minors are not permitted to be at the bar or in the gaming room. Minors are to leave the premises by 10pm. No liquor is to be sold after permitted trading hours or consumed after the 30-minute grace period.

Entry is restricted to financial members, a guest of a member in the members company, a reciprocal club member or a proven bona fide visitor.

Queensland Law prohibits the consumption or purchase of liquor by persons who are minors, unduly intoxicated or disorderly. If a staff member is of the opinion that a patron is unduly intoxicated or disorderly, the staff member must not serve liquor to that person, and advise their Manager on Duty immediately.

Customers deemed to be unduly intoxicated will be refused service, offered water and a taxi, courtesy bus or responsible guardian will be called if required.

Bribie Island Bowls Club actively promotes and makes available water, non-alcoholic or low alcoholic beverages and food at all times.

Bribie Island Bowls Club will ensure that the behaviour of our patrons does not adversely impact on other patrons, staff, our neighbours and the community at large.

General Manager

Kevin Bertwistle

Courtesy Bus

The Bribie Island Bowls Club has 2 courtesy busses that run 7 days per week for the use of members and visitors.

Call 07 3408 1018 to book your seat today.

The bus departs the club on the hour for drop offs before commencing pick ups at approximately half past the hour.

Child seats are available for children aged 4-7 years. Please mention the need for this seat when making your reservation.