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Victorian Blind Indoor Bias Bowls Association (VBIBBA).


Indoor Bias Bowls was initially known as ‘carpet bowls’ and is an internationally recognised sport.

Bowls are played indoors on long green felt carpet, using contrasting colour bias bowls, with one smaller white jack. The object of the game is to position your bowls closer to the jack than those of your opponent.

Playing indoor bowls is a great way to keep fit, socialise and have fun!


The first and third Friday of each month from 10am – 2pm


Vision Australia, 454 Glenferrie Road, Kooyong

Nearest train station: Kooyong (1 minute to venue)

Cost of activity:

$10 membership per year

$2 per game

Contact Person:

If you would like to try Indoor Bias Bowls please contact Chris Boyle, President by phone on 0413 469 151 or email on 

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