People with lived experience of disability make amazing coaches, with the tips, tricks, and knowledge to pass on to anyone willing to learn.
Tenpin Bowling Australia is set to pilot three new resources designed to help explain tenpin bowling
Tenpin Bowling Australia continues to look for ways to include our global communities more locally
With the success of the national learn-to-bowl programs, Bunbury Tenpin Bowl now has a thriving junior league and has nearly doubled the number of league bowlers with disabilities.
At TBA we see your first experience as the start of your journey – a pathway into the sport that leads to a lifetime of bowling.
Tenpin Bowling Australia learn to bowl programs Bowl Patrol, and Bowl Abilities have recently begun rolling again at Oz Tenpin Ballarat.
Tenpin Bowling Australia CEO Rohan O’Neill has welcomed the Australian Government’s plans to extend funding to keep kids active through sport following the announcement in last night’s Federal Budget.
International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD) is a United Nations day held on 3 December each year to celebrate the contributions and achievements of people with disability.
Special Olympics Australia rely on the dedication and efforts of volunteers to provide opportunities for athletes to play sport. Calvin Jenkins is one such volunteer.
Tenpin Bowling Australia are supporting Jean Hailes Women’s Health Week in acknowledgment of the impact sport can have on health.