Club History


a particular area or place considered together with its inhabitants.
“a rural community”

Nerang Community Bowls Club was established in Nerang in 1993 by a group of local bowlers. It is home to the McKenzie Park Ladies & Men’s Bowls Clubs, boasting one grass green & one synthetic green with indoor & outdoor viewing areas. The Nerang Community Bowls Club has a large membership base with 44 top of the range Gaming Machines, state of the art Bar facilities, a Bistro – open 7 days a week, versatile function areas & entertainment for all ages. As a community club we are home to many local groups including Scrabble, Soroptomists, Hogs & Ulysses MC Clubs.
Located just off the M1, between the Nerang BMX Club & The PCYC we are Nerang’s best kept secret, open daily from 9am. Our Club & Bowls Staff provide excellent customer service and possess a wealth of knowledge & information for members & guests. A Courtesy Bus is available for pick-up & drop-off in & around the Nerang area on certain days/nights. (Please check the Bus Schedule)

We acknowledge and pay respects to the people of the Yugambeh language region of the Gold Coast and all their descendants both past and present. We also acknowledge the many Aboriginal people from other regions as well as Torres Strait and South Sea Islander people who now live in the local area and have made an important contribution to the community

Board of Directors

The Nerang Community Bowls Club Board of Management and General Manager have been appointed or elected to make decisions or recommendations in relation to the day to day affairs of the Club. The Board of Directors have the right to socialise within the Club without harassment and members are requested to be considerate of their Committee representatives and raise Club issues either in writing or at a time prearranged with a particular Committee Member. The Committee meets once a month while urgent issues can be directed to the Club Manager for attention. No Committee Member may make decisions on policy or give direction without first obtaining the approval of the Management Committee. Members of the Management Committee are empowered to request the removal of a Member or Guest should they deem that person to be dangerous, unruly or creating a disruption within the Club.

2023-24 Nerang Community Bowls Club Board of Directors

  • Bob Chessor – Chairperson
  • Neil Agar – Vice Chairperson
  • Luchica Muggeridge – Secretary
  • Shane  Stevenson – Treasurer
  • Rose Kennedy – Director
  • Maurice McCallum – Director
  • Steve Condren – General Manager

Courtesy Bus

We provide a free courtesy bus as a service to our members from a residential address within a 5km radius of Nerang Community Bowls Club. Call our bus driver on 0458 960 888 for pick ups. Bus times may change without notice. No alcohol, drinks or food permitted on the bus. Children under 7 are not permitted on the bus. Intoxicated and/or disorderly members or their guests are not permitted on the bus. Pick-up & drop-off orders are at the discretion of our driver/s. Customer safety is our priority.

For any other enquiries phone the club on (07) 5596 0844.

Monday Bingo Bus ONLY
9am pickup 11.30am drop-off


From 5.00pm

Thursday Bingo Bus ONLY
9am pickup 11.30am drop-off

From 5.00pm

From 4.30pm

From 12pm

Trading Hours

  • Monday: 9am – late
  • Tuesday: 9am – late
  • Wednesday: 9am – late
  • Thursday: 9am – late
  • Friday: 9am – late
  • Saturday: 9am – late
  • Sunday: 9am – late

Career Opportunities

For any career related enquiries, or to talk to us about working at Nerang Community Bowls, please give us a call on 07 5596 0844 or send your resume to reception@nerangbowls.com


Designated Outdoor Smoking Area. Nerang Community Bowls Club has developed a Smoking Management plan under section 26ZC of the Tobacco & Other Smoking Products Act 1998 on how we manage the DOSA & our commitment to minimising the exposure of staff & patrons to environmental tobacco smoke. The plan is available at our Reception area.


Risk Assessed Management Plan for the premises known as the Nerang Community Bowls Club Inc. The RAMP contains information about the procedures & practices prescribed under section 38A of the Liquor Regulation 2002 for the conduct of business at the premises. Our Risk Assessed Management Plan is available at our Reception area or available for download RAMP