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Club History

The Drysdale Bowling & Croquet Club – Our History The land for the Drysdale Bowling and Croquet Club was bought in 1943 at a cost of 100 pounds. This was financed by Jim Henderson, Harold Bennett, C. Halliday & A Filbay. The club was formed and officially opened on 2nd October 1948 and become Affiliated… Continue reading Club History

Facilities

The Norma Mortimer club house is spacious and capable of comfortably seating up to 120 guests for meals. The rooms are both air conditioned and heated, making the Drysdale Bowling and Croquet Club your ideal venue year round. The club has generous off-street car parking facilities, and safe street parking is also available. For more… Continue reading Facilities