The Australian Blind Bowlers Association (ABBA) is the National peak body for the administration of the Sport of Lawn Bowls for Blind & Vision Impaired Bowlers

The purposes of the Association are: Advance, encourage, promote, and control lawn bowls activities for blind and vision impaired bowlers.

  • To liaise and co-operate with associations of like interest in Australia and overseas to promote, manage and control interstate and international lawn bowls games.
  • To establish liaison with other sporting bodies and government authorities.
  • To procure or accept sponsorship, gifts, including legacies, donations whether of real or personal property and subject to such conditions, if any, as may be thought fit.
  • To provide such assistance and advice to members as may be appropriate.
  • To promote an informed public understanding of blindness and visual Impairedness.

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    New to Blind Bowling???

    If you are currently Vision Impaired and want to take up bowls, or you are a current bowler and have lost some of your vision or know someone who has, you’ve come to the right place. Email us and tell us your story – abbaenquiry@gmail.com (Jaqueline) We are unashamedly biased, but this is the “best”...

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    IBBA 2023 World Championships

    The IBBA World Championships which were scheduled to be played at Tweed Heads BC on The Gold Coast, Australia has been postponed to May 2023. This promises to be the best “Worlds” ever. We look forward to hosting over 12 countries which should see approx. 200 players/directors and officials participating at this event. ABBA would...

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