Hervey Bay Lawn Bowling Clubs

Lawn Bowling
Hervey Bay Bowling Club
Denham Camp Rd
(07) 4128-1093
Pialba Services Memorial Bowling Club
56 Taylor St
(07) 4128-1432
Urangan Bowls Club
Dayman St
(07) 4128-9679

More Things To Do In Hervey Bay

Hervey Bay Has been a holiday playground since its earliest days – its calm waters, sandy beaches and great fishing a lure for visitors from all over the world. Hervey Bay enjoys a superb climate all year round.

Has been made popular for its whale watching location and is considered an excellent value holiday destination. Its warm climate and safe swimming beaches are a feature.

Around August to mid-October, Humpback Whales returning South to Antarctica stay in the warm waters of the bay. Fraser Island is the worlds largest sand island and is considered a fishing paradise.

It is a truly remarkable location that draws many visitors each year. The wreak of the Maheno can still be found on the sandy beach of the island.

Hervey Bay and Fraser Island has an excellent range of accommodation to suit all budgets with family hotels to upmarket hotels for those looking for the ultimate experience. We have listed many of the best hotel accommodation for you to choose from.

For years it was south-east Queensland’s best-kept secret – its safe, sheltered waters and sandy beaches proved especially popular with families. Now the secret is out! Holidaymakers choose Hervey Bay for all sorts of reasons.

Some come for the majestic humpback whales which frolic in the balmy Bay waters from August to October. Some are lured by the unique and breathtaking wonder of World Heritage-listed Fraser Island which is just a short ferry or fast cat ride offshore.

Then there are the keen fishermen who’ve heard of Hervey Bay’s reputation as an angler’s paradise.

Others have caught wind of the array of aquatic activities, the tourist attractions, the superb dining, the heritage values and the facilities for tracking down family trees, the beachfront accommodation from top-class resorts to comfortable caravan parks.

And then there are those who seek out nothing but a patch of sand or a spot by the pool to escape the pressures of the 20th Century. Hervey Bay really is many things to many people, but for all its diversity, it maintains a leisurely pace and unspoiled beauty and charm.

Daniel Clarke

The website is run by myself Daniel Clarke, I’m lucky enough to have been living in Hervey Bay, for 31 years so I’m classed as a local I have seen many changes over this time. Read more about us here

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