A render of the new sports lounge at Ingleburn Bowling Club. Image: LinkedIn.

Ingleburn Bowling Club will undergo a $10m rebuild and extension project, that will begin in January 2024. The space will be completely reimagined to provide a modern and versatile environment for the local community.

The works at Ingleburn Bowling Club will see a complete rebuild of the main club building – both front and rear – to expand the total footprint of the club. This also includes construction of a new bowlers’ facilities building and extension and refurbishment of the rear alfresco area, including outdoor F&B facilities. Parking capacity will be expanded and landscaping will also be a focus.

Internally, the comprehensive refurbishment will include a new kitchen space; new bars, lounges, and gaming areas; a new entry and foyer; and incorporating versatile multi-use function areas with operable walls for events of all sizes.

With the scale of works that will be undertaken, Ingleburn Bowling Club will cease trading from 1 January 2024, until the expected completion date to be in November 2024.

During this time, Campbelltown Bowling Club will host the clubs’ Lady’s and Men’s bowlers so their play will be uninterrupted. Campbelltown Bowling Club recently underwent its own major renovation of its clubhouse, which reopened in late October.

Ingleburn RSL Club – Ingleburn Bowling Club’s parent club since amalgamation in 2020 – will remain in operation as usual. Ingleburn Bowling Club members are automatically members of Ingleburn RSL Club and can continue to enjoy the benefits of their membership.

“The refurbishment of Ingleburn Bowling Club is an important step in helping us to achieve our vision,” stated Glenn Cushion, Ingleburn RSL Club CEO. 

“The new facilities will be a destination of choice for recreation, entertainment and a place to belong. We’ll offer an exceptional and individual experience for every member and guest who steps inside our doors.

“We’re crafting a club that’s designed for and inspired by our members. We want it to be a place where you can relax and unwind. Where you can share a meal with friends and family or enjoy a game of bowls.” 

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