Try Bowls Day 2019 Attached is the Television commercial that is being aired on WIN TV. Once again, a big thank you to WIN TV for their sponsorship of this initiative in airing our commercial. You can use this to air on your own social media channels if you wish. Please be aware that posters...Read more
Your community gathering place for the most enjoyable
lawn bowls experience imaginable.
Welcome to the official website of Bowls Tasmania South. The Southern Tasmanian Bowls Association (STBA) was formed in 1905 and is the controlling body of lawn bowls in Southern Tasmania.
Twenty-eight of Tasmania’s seventy-two lawn bowls clubs are affiliated with STBA which now trades as Bowls Tasmania South (BTS). Approximately forty four percent of the State’s lawn bowlers belong to Southern clubs.
Since 2005 Bowls Tasmania South has been a unified body representing both male and female lawn bowlers and almost all constituent clubs have now unified their administrations.
Bowls Tasmania South is affiliated with Bowls Tasmania along with the Northern Tasmanian and North Western Associations.
This site has been designed with the co-operation of Bowls Australia and Bowls Tasmania to ensure you are kept fully informed on the sport of lawn bowls.
The new National IT System has been in the works this year and we are finally set to go with it. Bowls Tasmania in conjunction with Bowls Australia will be conducting training in each of the regions in a couple of weeks to assist with how to use the new Membership Database and also how...Read more
NEW LONG-TERM DEAL FOR CROCMEDIA AND BOWLS AUSTRALIA BY AIDAN DAVIS The sport of bowls continues to go from strength to strength with Crocmedia and its production arm Rainmaker; together with Bowls Australia, confirming a five-year extension of its current broadcast deal and an exclusive commercial partnership. The announcement signals a significant joint commitment to the...Read more
Community Defibrillator Fund Applications for the second round of Ambulance Tasmania’s Community Defibrillator Fund are now open for a further 90 Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs). The Tasmanian Government is offering community groups, individuals and not-for-profit organisations the chance to apply for 90 AEDs for the benefit of their local communities. Ninety AEDs from the first round...Read more