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Clubs in Bellambi (Wollongong)

Bellambi Bowling Club

Bellambi Bowling Club
3 Quality Bowling Greens
Club Bistro

Bellambi Bowling Club is ideally situated in the picturesque suburbs of Northern Wollongon with views to the mountains from the Clubhouse and just up the road from our beautiful beaches.

Cnr Pioneer & Rothery Road
Bellambi NSW 2518
02 4285 9444

Visiting bowlers welcome every day. Join in our competitions.

If you are looking for the perfect outdoor setting for a social group function then come and see us.

For the information of members and their guests

Information on Bellambi (Wollongong), NSW

Bellambi Beach
John Hatwell, Australia Gday Pty Ltd

Bellambi is a residential suburb located seven kilometres north of the Wollongong CBD. The suburb is bounded by East Corrimal to the south, Woonona to the north and Towradgi to the west.

Bellambi beach is part of one beach immediately north of Bellambi Point. There is a large playground and reserve with public toilets. The beach is at the southern end of a two kilometre stretch of beach and is backed by a reserve with mountain views. There is a boat ramp and small harbour nearby.

There is a surf club with a large car park available. Bellambi beach is patrolled during the summer.

Bellambi lagoon is located approximately ten kilometres north of Wollongong. This lagoon, forest and dune system has an area of about one square kilometre. This is a unique natural environment of coastal sand and wetland and their associated vegetation areas. (Thomas, 1987)
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In the neighbourhood: Berry (50km), Bomaderry (61km), Callala Beach (74km), Culburra (64km), Gerringong (43km), Greenwell Point (62km), Huskisson (78km), Kiama (35km), Mittagong (43km), Nowra (63km), Shoalhaven Heads (56km), St Georges Basin (86km), Sussex Inlet (93km), Caringbah (41km), City (62km), Gymea (40km), Sans Souci (47km), Sylvania (44km), City (7km), Primbee (16km), Russell Vale (2km), Towradgi (2km), Warilla (22km), Windang (19km)

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