When you're looking for a really active and friendly lawn bowling club in the Hutt Valley or Wellington - choose us. You'll find the clubrooms right in Hutt City by Riddiford Garden with easy access and free parking for members.

The Club

Established in 1903 in a beautiful bush and garden setting with two high quality playing lawns and modern clubrooms. This is a club for the community and inclusive for all. There are active regular competitions for men and women. Our not so serious and social players, and non-players are also well catered for.

Become a Member

Membership options include Full Playing, New to Bowls, Associate, Limited Student, Social, and Mates in Bowls. We love getting new members and they are always welcome at the club.

What Do I Need?

If you’re starting out then all you need is some enthusiasm and a willingness to learn - you don’t need bowls. The Club has sets of lawn bowls that can be used free of charge. Clothing is neat and tidy casual, and comfortable flat-soled shoes. After a time you can choose to get a playing uniform.


The Club caters to all types of business, corporate, club, family and community functions or events. Our rates are affordable and very competitive. As well, the bar facilities are licensed for up to 125 people and additionally there's a well equipped commercial kitchen. When you’re looking for an affordable wedding venue – check us out; call and arrange a visit.

Facilities Hire

The Clubrooms
Email [email protected] (attn: John Carter)

Club Officers

President Michael Crooke
Vice President Richie Richardson
Finance Russell Dive Marketing & Strategic Brian Simmons
Competitions Mary Day Community & Social Judy Dearsley
Greens John Forde Properties Ray Larson
Members Advocates Administration Kay Okeroa
Brian Toomey Rodney Mead

How to Find Us

The Clubrooms
6 Myrtle Street, Lower Hutt.
PO Box 30760, Lower Hutt
Phone 04 5663839
Email [email protected]

Green 1 Status

Closed for season

Green 2 Status

Closed for season

Covid Status

Covid Orange

We’ve moved to “Orange’ in the Covid 19 Protection Framework from Wednesday 13th April.

We’re no longer required to have capacity or distancing restrictions indoors, wearing of masks is optional, no QR scanning is needed, and unvaccinated people can enter the Club.  However, groups using the facilities may choose to implement stricter policies for specific events (e.g. for our Club's indoor bowls).

Please remain cautious and exercise common sense. Good ventilation, less crowding and good hygiene remain important to keep us all Covid free.

Happening at the Club

The Project
December 17, 2021


The development project is progressing. The detailed architectural plans for the townhouses have been sighted and reviewed. They are looking very good.

As you will have seen in the media, we can expect progress on resource consent to be a little slower than we had hoped, but all indications to date are that it will be favourable.

The Project Team and the Management Committee are well aware of the changes in the financial climate and the slowdown in the housing market.

The current advice is that quality developments on a premium site such as ours remain very easily saleable and that a profit will be achieved.