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Bundoora Hotel Logo and Images

Bundoora Hotel

49 Plenty Rd, Bundoora VIC 3083

Built in 1969, the Bundoora Hotel has been a landmark in the community. Ever striving for total customer satisfaction and enjoyment, the hotel has seen many changes in pursuit for the highest level of customer service excellence and hospitality. We welcome everyone to come and experience the difference.

Nathan Court Restaurant

Shop 7/Cnr McLeans Rd & Nathan Crt, Bundoora VIC 3083

Nats Place

Shop 1/ 1312 Plenty Rd, Bundoora VIC 3083

Azurea Cafe Restaurant

University Hill ShpT18/ Janefield Drv, Bundoora VIC 3083

Uni Sushi

University Hill Town Centre S20 Jane Field Drv, Bundoora VIC 3083

Degani @ Uni Hill

Shop 11/ 224 Plenty Rd, Bundoora VIC 3083
Bundoora RSL Bowling Club Logo and Images

Bundoora RSL Bowling Club

Yulong Reserve, Cameron Parade, Bundoora VIC 3083
Starting in May 1972 a small steering committee was formed to approach the Council. On November 8 1972 a meeting took place in `All Saints' Anglican church hall, Grimshaw St, Greensborough and the Bundoora Bowling Club was formed. The men who joined at that time became known as foundation members. Lady bowlers became Associate Members, and thus formed the Ladies' Section.

In June 1973 at a General Meeting, the Men's Section decided to enter two teams in the RVBA competition for the next season 1973/4, and the RVBA allocated the men two teams in C grade. The Ladies' Section, at their meeting, decided to enter one team for the next season, and the ladies were allocated a team in D grade.

Our first green (which is now our centre or No.2 green) was opened on February 24th 1974. We were loaned a tent for use as a club house, and later acquired use of an ex-army bell tent which was bigger than the first. The ladies "did the men proud" on pennant days using trestles for afternoon tea, and serving sandwiches, cheese and biscuits, plain and fruit cake, and tea or coffee, served from an urn at the back of the tent.

In December 1974 we moved into our new club house, the tin shed. This was indeed comfort, but also posed minor problems. We commenced playing pennant on our own green in the season 1974/5. - See more at: http://www.bundoorarsl.com.au/bundoora/about_us.html#sthash.8dCl8BVB.dpuf
Starting in May 1972 a small steering committee was formed to approach the Council. On November 8 1972 a meeting took place in `All Saints' Anglican church hall, Grimshaw St, Greensborough and the Bundoora Bowling Club was formed. The men who joined at that time became known as foundation members. Lady bowlers became Associate Members, and thus formed the Ladies' Section.

In June 1973 at a General Meeting, the Men's Section decided to enter two teams in the RVBA competition for the next season 1973/4, and the RVBA allocated the men two teams in C grade. The Ladies' Section, at their meeting, decided to enter one team for the next season, and the ladies were allocated a team in D grade.

Our first green (which is now our centre or No.2 green) was opened on February 24th 1974. We were loaned a tent for use as a club house, and later acquired use of an ex-army bell tent which was bigger than the first. The ladies "did the men proud" on pennant days using trestles for afternoon tea, and serving sandwiches, cheese and biscuits, plain and fruit cake, and tea or coffee, served from an urn at the back of the tent.

In December 1974 we moved into our new club house, the tin shed. This was indeed comfort, but also posed minor problems. We commenced playing pennant on our own green in the season 1974/5. - See more at: http://www.bundoorarsl.com.au/bundoora/about_us.html#sthash.8dCl8BVB.dpuf