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  • Dine-In Menu

    Open 7 days a week 11.00 am - till late

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Cockburn

The Cockburn CRC and Cockburn Bowling Club new facilities were officially opened on Saturday 1 st September 2018 at 10:00 AM, the new club is located,
corner of Beeliar Drive and Birchley Road.

The facility was opened by Senator Slade Brockman (representing Sports Minister McVeigh) and the Mayor of the City of Cockburn Logan Howlett.

The new Cockburn CRC Facility includes the following:
Two x 10 rink sand filled synthetic bowling greens (one fully under cover with LED lighting) and the other green outdoor with LED lighting and spectator shelters.
Two soccer pitches with outdoor lighting (Futsal courts)
Four beach volleyball courts (available for community hire/ membership)
Multi-purpose facility with kitchen, restaurant, function rooms for 367 patrons (available for community hire)
Members bar area for 361patrons, a TAB facility and direct access to the two new synthetic bowling greens (one under cover green), the members have their own entry lobby area.
Commercial kitchen, cool room and store
Conference room and office facilities
Change rooms and toilets
Carpark – 150 car bays including accessible car bays
Grassed area with playground

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    • Cockburn Bowling & Recreational Club Inc.
      Birchley Road, Yangebup WA, Australia
    • 24th Dec 2021 to 27 Dec 2021 - Public Holiday - Closed

    Bowl and Fork Restaurant


    • Monday 04.00pm - 8:00pm Dinner Only
    • Tuesday - Saturday 11.30am - 8.00pm Lunch & Dinner
    • Sunday 11.30 am -3.00pm Lunch Only

    Legends Bar


    • Open 7 days a week 11.30 am - till late
    Licence No - 6040004945
    NOTICE:

    Under the Liquor Control Act 1988, it is an offence to sell or supply liquor to a person under the age of 18 years on licenced or regulated premises, or for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase or attempt to purchase liquor on licensed or regulated premises.