- Venues must abide by one person per 2 square metre rule.
- Contact registers are mandatory
Please ensure you contact your bowling centre to understand what will be running.
Following the Western Australia five-day lockdown from 6pm the 31st January 2021 the following events have been cancelled:
• State Championships Squads for 6th & 7th February 2021
• TBAWA AGM for the 7th February 2021
• State Championships Squads 13 & 14th February 2021
• Senior Masters 2021
For more information about the lockdown, please visit – https://www.wa.gov.au/government/covid-19-coronavirus
Contract Tracing Requirements To Be Introduced
From Saturday, December 5, particular WA businesses and venues will be required to maintain a mandatory contact register for staff and patrons.
The reintroduction of contact registers is an additional protection measure and will assist with WA Department of Health contact tracing, should it be required.
Bowling Centres are one of the venues that must adhere to the mandatory contact register requirements due to falling under the category of indoor sport venues.
Bowling centres are required to collect the following information of all patrons, staff, visitors and contractors that attend the premises.
• Telephone Number
• Arrival time
To assist businesses and venues, the WA Government has developed the free, SafeWA app, an online contact register system that uses QR Codes for patrons and staff to scan to register their attendance. SafeWA App is the quickest way to record the necessary information to have you bowling.
SafeWA can be downloaded from Apple App Store or Google Play from today. The app is being provided as a free, easy, contactless solution, however the use of SafeWA is not mandatory.
Alternative formats for mandatory contact registers may be available depending on what each centre chooses to adopt based on the new directive. It’s extremely important to follow all directives from your centre in adhering to these new directives.
As mentioned above, as a customer, use of SafeWA is not mandatory. If you choose not to use the app, you will be asked to provide the required details for a written register at the centre.
It is important to comply with the new requirements for both the centre and yourself. Failure to comply may result in fines and penalties of up to $50,000 for an individual and $250,000 for a body corporate or 12 months’ imprisonment.
Please go to the SafeWA guide for patron’s webpage . This page explains how to download the app, how to create an account and how to check in to comply with the requirements.
We ask for you to continue to play your role so we can bowl.
WA Minister Murray Message & Sport Rec FAQs
SafeWA guide for patron’s webpage
Phase 4 Fact Sheet from Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries
WA Government Roadmap
WA Covid Information Website
Centre Contact List
|Bunbury Tenpin Bowl ||08 9791 2233||Here|
|Super Bowl Melville||08 93307466||Here|
|Super Bowl Warwick||08 9246 5088||Here|
|ZONE BOWLING Cannington||1300 368 067||Here|
|ZONE BOWLING Joondalup||1300 368 067||Here|
|ZONE BOWLING Morley||1300 368 067||Here|
|ZONE BOWLING Rockingham||1300 368 067||Here|