South Wagga Bowling Club

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South Wagga Bowling Club

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  • Bolton Park Bowling Club

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First meeting of the Bolton Park Bowling Club was held on 27 August 1928 at the Wagga Hotel. The name of the club was changed to the South Wagga Bowling Club at a special general meeting on 10 October 1940. The clubhouse was located at 11 Fitzhardinge Street. It was built in May 1957, with a second section opened in March 1965 and a third stage completed in June 1976. Aub Loch had one of the two bowling greens named after him in 1996. The other green was named after Dr Benjamin. The club enterted into voluntary administration in 2008 and closed in about 2012.


Wagga Wagga, NSW

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Authority record created 3 March 2023. J Salzke.




The Daily Advertiser, 29 August 1928, pg 2
The Daily Advertiser, 12 October 1940, pg 10
Wagga Wagga and District Historical Society, 3 December 2021: [retrieved 3 March 2023].
NSW Liquor and Gaming Local Impact Assessment: [retrieved 3 March 2023].

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