An urban community facility with green space, charm & vibe.
Come down to meet, drink & play. Accepting new members since 1905.

Leederville Sporting Club


We are an urban community space that can be booked or visited for social, recreational or professional activities.

We have a hall, a licensed bar, two heritage-listed grass bowling greens with 14 rinks, plenty of outdoor & undercover spaces for events.


Bowls & Functions

We welcome bookings for large or small functions & meetings.

Birthdays, community group meetings, social, barefoot & corporate bowls, Christmas parties, corporate events, bucks & hens, family-friendly catch ups & quiz nights. It’s all possible.

We have conference facilities (projector, 2m x 2m screen, microphones, whiteboards & WiFi). With the ability to set hireable spaces to suit we can cater for a wide range of groups. If you're unsure just ask!

The Club History

On 19 July 1905, the first meeting was held at the Masonic Hall on Cambridge Street, West Leederville for the formation of the Leederville Bowling and Croquet Club (now known as the Leederville Sporting Club or the West Leedy Bowlo).

Bowlers attended the meeting from all over the city along with the Mayor of Perth at the time, Harry Brown. Initially the first membership only consisted of forty bowling members (men) and twenty-one croquet members (women). A committee was soon formed to set the club rules and allocate financial agreements.