10 Wordsworth Ave, Yokine WA 6060, Australia
10 Wordsworth Avenue Yokine WA
Bar, Restaurant, Food
(08) 9444 7000
Joyleen McCudden said 2 years ago
Good bowls nice people
Ross Theobald said 10 years ago
What a great place to hold a function. My sister in Law had a birthday on a Sunday afternoon using an outside caterer. The club is clean and well furnished with an excellent kitchen which was included in the price. A well stocked and staffed bar with great prices, we could not believe it. The caterers did everything including the kitchen clean, we put the furniture in the same basic setup and job done. For another $5 per head, we had a fantastic game of bowls with club members assisting with tips. Several of us are going to become members for the social aspects. I cannot reccommend it highly enough.
Carl Bull said 3 years ago
Great location plenty parking friendly people
Graham Daniell said 6 years ago
This is NOT a Ten Pin Bowling alley as previous review suggests. It is a Lawn Bowls Club.
Mark Jarvis said 4 years ago
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