Here are some useful links for members of the Para Hills Bowling Club and others that may require further information about the wonderful sport of lawn bowls and associated issues. Click on the link to access the site. If for some reason this does not work cut and paste the link into your browser.

Adelaide weather forecast. This is the site of the Bureau of Meteorology which is Australia’s national weather, climate and water agency. This site will provide you with the weather forecast for Adelaide, South Australia.  Click here to view the Adelaide weather forecast.

Australian Premier League.  Bowls Australia have introduced a revolutionary new fast-paced, dynamic format of competition, which is set to catapult the sport into the 21st century. The new action-packed format incorporates the best traditional elements of the sport and mixes them into an adrenaline fuelled, action-packed formula of the game in a national city v city competition, known as the Australian Premier League (APL).  Click here to learn more about the APL

Australian Sports Commission. The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) is governed by a board of commissioners who bring a range of expertise to guide the work of the ASC. Its Board includes former athletes, business people and journalists, each with extensive, first-hand knowledge of Australia’s sporting landscape. To visit the ASC click here.

Bowls Australia. Find out more about the laws of the game/domestic regulations, events and what is happening on the national scene. Visit Bowls Australia

Bowls SA. Bowls SA is the governing body of Lawn Bowls in South Australia. The organisation has 224 clubs in the metropolitan and country areas of South Australia and over 18,000 registered members. Visit Bowls SA

Extreme Heat. The Government of South Australia Department of Health has for some time been looking at the health issues that can arise as a result of very hot weather. The Department of Health has published Extreme Heat a guide to coping and staying healthy in the heat. View a copy of Extreme Heat.

South Australia Office for Recreation and Sport. This is the lead agency for the implementation of the South Australian Government’s policy on recreation and sport. Visit the South Australia Office for Recreation and Sport

World Bowls. World Bowls stretches over 6 continents and covers 52 member National Authorities in 46 Member Nations from Botswana to America. It aims to encompass all World Bowls Member Nations and bring them within reach of each other. See what World Bowls has to offer here.

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