Multi-Bowl Nationals venues announced

by Team BV

Disability Sports Australia is pleased to announce that the venues for the 2017, 2018 and 2019 Lawn Bowls Multi-Disability National Championships (Multi-Bowl) have been confirmed. 



21st – 26th May 2017 Raymond Terrace Bowling Club, Raymond Terrace, NSW. 

May 2018 Kardinya Bowling Club, Kardinya, WA 

May 2019 Souths Suburban Bowls Club, Mackay, QLD 


Dates will be confirmed for 2018 and 2019 as soon as possible.

Additional information on the 2017 Multibowl National Championships and entry packs will be released soon.

If you would like to receive email updates regarding the event, please send an email to 


Bowlers interested in competing at the MultiBowl Nationals must hold a classification for Bowlers with a Physical Disability, recognised by International Bowls for the Disabled (IBD). 


Bowls Victoria will be holding a classification day for those interested in trialling for the MultiBowl Nationals Squad, or competing in the State Multi-Disabilities Championships (April 7-9, 2017) prior to the State event on Thursday 6 April, from 10:00am to 2:30pm at Yarraville Footscray BC. 


The process to classify is FREE, and will be conducted by Bowls Victoria’s Chief Classifier Carlene Gregory. It involves a candidate completing relevant forms, a bench test, and a bowling action test. 

To help players determine if they may be classified as a bowler with a physical disability, please see the bowls classes recognised by IBD:

B5 Ambulant and wheelchair bowlers with restricted grip and upper body limb function, poor balance and co-ordination, unable to bowl a full length jack. A splinting device for bowlers with limited grip/release hand function may be used. (Separate from a Bowling Arm). 

B6 Ambulant and wheelchair bowlers with reduced balance function (loss of 5 points or more) but able to bowl a full length jack. 

B7 Ambulant and wheelchair bowlers with minor balance problems (loss of less than 5 points). 

B8 Ambulant and bowlers, who have a permanent and irreversible disability, have lost 10 points on the bench test, but have no noticeable impairment of function. 


If you’re interested in undertaking a classification please contact Scott Nicholas at for more information.