Auckland Bowls is grateful for the support of their sponsors and funders. To find out more about them see the information below and click on the logo to go to the sponsors website.


Portage and Waitakere Licensing Trusts (The Trusts) are owned by the public. The Trusts operate retail, hospitality and entertainment venues in West Auckland. Being owned by the public, The Trusts run the liquor business in West Auckland the way West Aucklanders want it run.


The Blue Waters Community Trust was set up primarily to support amateur Lawn Bowls in the Auckland Bowls Inc. district.

Blue Waters Community Trust generates funds for its Authorised Purpose by operating gaming machines in the greater Auckland region.


We carry the most popular range of bowls available TAYLOR / GREENMASTER, HENSELITE and DRAKES

PRIDE a full range on display in our shop at Ellerslie Bowls so pop in and say hi. If you can't call in give us a call on our Nationwide Toll 0800 772230.


The Auckland Council is a new model of local government for New Zealand, designed to strengthen regional leadership while providing effective local and community democracy. While the way decisions are made will change, the role of local government in Auckland remains the same.


Aero Bowls by ComfitPro make seven models of bowls, every model is visually different to the next on the green. It's only Aero Bowls with their high precision robotic equipment that can do this. Aero Bowls are manufactured to be suitable for local conditions per country, and will perform at their best with the right selection.


Ryman Healthcare is one of New Zealand's leading providers of Retirement Living options for New Zealanders over the age of 70. The company has built an unprecedented reputation building exceptional Villages, employing professional and caring staff and as a result, are six-time winners of the Australasian Aged Care Awards for "Best Retirement Village in New Zealand"


The Trusts Community Foundation Limited (TTCF) is a national not-for-profit company primarily established to distribute funds generated from Class 4 gaming machines operated in some Licensing Trusts outlets, privately owned Hotels and a Bowling Club throughout New Zealand.