Please view this page for the latest information regarding COVID-19 and it’s effect on Tenpin Bowling across Queensland. The information and links on this page were last updated on: Friday the 2nd of September 2022.


All centres that are associated with Tenpin Bowling Association of Queensland are now open. Please speak to centres directly to confirm if they have any restrictions in place such as booking in advance or venue specific limits.

Are we back to normal?

Not quite! Although community transmission is very low and the vaccine roll out has commenced, Queenslanders still need to implement hygiene and health practices to continue to protect themselves and others from COVID-19 – think of this as the “new normal”.

Finding the balance of re-activating sport and recreation activities and keeping everyone safe is still the priority.

Current Restrictions

Current Restrictions which directly affect Tenpin Bowling Centres are shown below:

  • Indoor premises: One person per 2m2 (e.g. restaurants, cafés, pubs, clubs, museums, art galleries, places of worship, convention centres and Parliament House), including standing eating and drinking. Indoor play areas and unattended amusement and wellbeing machines within a premises can open with a COVID Safe Checklist.
  • Indoor events: 500 people permitted at indoor events with a COVID Safe Event Checklist. Larger events require a COVID Safe Plan.
  • Contact tracing information: All hospitality industry businesses (i.e. pubs, clubs, restaurants and cafés) in Queensland must comply with electronic contact information collection requirements.

For full list of current restrictions, and for more information, please visit:

Queensland’s COVID Safe Future

Please see below for the Queensland Roadmap for a COVID safe future. Click the link below:



TBA (Tenpin Bowling Australia) have created a hub for all COVID-19 related information which you can see here: