Coolum Beach Bowls Club
BOWLS CLUB & RESTAURANT IN COOLUM BEACH, QLD
Coolum Beach Bowls Club was established in May 1960. The Licensed Club, with Dining Room, Gaming & Social Lounges is open 7 days a week, offering 12 beers on tap, with a Courtesy Bus service 3 days a week. The Club’s 3 Superb grass greens have hosted many major events including National & State Championships.
You will find Coolum Beach Bowls Club at: 7–13 Elizabeth Street, Coolum Beach
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Coolum Beach is a popular day trip and holiday destination. The town is focused around the beach which is patrolled by life savers and offers swimming and surfing, in its day it is known as one of the best breaks in Queensland. Parks, a boardwalk, esplanade shops, and the surf lifesaver club surround the beach. Over the last five years Coolum Beach has seen heavy development, with new buildings for retail business and holiday apartments.
The area of what is today part of Coolum was located in the traditional lands of the Undanbi, who were part of the larger tribes of the Gubbi Gubbi peoples. In the 19th century, Coolum was first encountered by Europeans, mainly castaways and later shipwrecked sailors. From 1871 to 1881, land grants were selected by Grainger Ward and Mark Blasdall with a total pastoral lease of 407 hectares.
Coolum Beach is backed by a shopping and entertainment strip featuring a range of fine dining and casual eateries. Fronted by a large grassy beachfront park and skate ramp, it’s a great spot for barbecues, playing cricket and kicking a ball.
What We Did
Coolum Beach Bowls Club was looking for new furniture that was light and bright, and was designed to cater to their varied clientele.
Custom Corio Bar Stools were selected to brighten up the room and these were then matched with Custom Omega Armchairs. The Omega’s provided a comfortable place for patrons to sit and watch the bowls with the arm rests providing assistance to help the patrons get up after enjoying a day in the club.