“Jack high!” will be the cry that goes out more than once during the 2012 Sunshine Coast Regional Council 50th Winter Bowls Carnival from 3 – 15 July. The Sunshine Coast Winter Bowls Carnival always attracts a large contingent due to the lovely winter days. Get involved or simply watch from the sideline as mixed pairs, opens, medley, fours and singles battle it out in a friendly and social environment.
The objective in thesport of lawn bowls is to roll biased balls so that they stop close to a smaller ball called a "jack" or "kitty". Dating back to the 13th century bowls was once banned for fear of jeopardising the practice of archery, however it has stood the test of time and is now played in over 40 countries around the world. Get along to the Maroochy RSL Lawn Bowls Club at the beginning of July and see what all the hype is about.
During the silly season we drive ourselves crazy with stress and planning, so why not fill your Sunday’s with fun and relaxation at Family Fun Days and Music in Mooloolaba, on the naturally refreshing Sunshine Coast.
It’s that time of year to pull on some outlandish socks and celebrate your love of golf at the Holden Scramble final and the Australian PGA championships.
The Sunshine Coast Tourism and Leisure Expo will showcase all there is to see and do on the Sunshine Coast - from the relaxed to the more adventurous.
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