Our story

Centenary Lakes Sports Club is part of the CSC Group, a not-for-profit sporting club that operates four licensed venues and multiple sports across the Moreton Bay Region.

Centenary Lakes Sports Club officially opened in April 2007 following a major redevelopment and the purchase of the club by CSC Group in 2006. The Club is now only open for bowls competitions.

Trading hours

The club is currently only open for bowls competition.

Community support

The CSC Group provides over $1.9m in both cash and in-kind support each year to a wide range of local community service groups, sporting clubs, individuals, and charities.

For more information on our community support programs for the Caboolture region, or to apply for funding, visit the Caboolture Sports Club website.

Membership

Centenary Lakes Sports Club & Function Centre is a part of the CSC Group, with membership including access to four great clubs – Centenary Lakes Sports Club & Function Centre, Caboolture Sports Club, Sports Central Caboolture and Centenary Lakes Sports Club!

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Caboolture Lakes Bowls Club

Caboolture Lakes Bowls Club had its original beginnings as the War Veterans’ Home and Caboolture District Bowling Club, which was established on 19th May 1953. It was originally built in the grounds of the Caboolture War Veterans’ Home.

In 1977, the club signed a lease with the Caboolture Shire Council to lease about 1.1 hectacres of land in the Centenary Lakes. The greens were constructed in 1978 and the clubhouse completed during 1979. That same year, the club was renamed Caboolture Bowls Club and later changed its name to Caboolture Lakes Bowls Club in 2000.

The club faced financial difficulties between 2000 and 2006. The battle to save the club had members taking part in many protests that attracted national TV attention and club members narrowly escaped eviction, which was set to take place on 15th May 2006. Fifty members of the Club travelled to the Brisbane District Court to support a delegation of six from the Club who had to sit through a ninety-minute hearing. Things looked a little gloomy until a last-minute successful offer from the Caboolture Sports Club, meant that the twenty-seven year history of the Club would continue.

After the purchase in 2006, Caboolture Sports Club invested heavily in the refurbishment of the existing building and greens and the complex was renamed Centenary Lakes Sports Club & Function Centre.

Today, Caboolture Lakes Bowls Club continues to operate from the venue, with a steady membership of approximately 170 members aged between 22 & 91. The club operates both mens and ladies fixtures Wednesday to Saturdays, while also participating in regional Pennants & Super Challenge competitions.

Caboolture Lakes Bowls Club

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