Membership and Registration

Become a Member

Become a member by completing your sports registration (or membership). Due annually, it spans  a calendar year (1st January to 31st December). Most centres allow bowlers to pay their TBA sports registration online. Simply visit (or visit the find a lane section of the website and search for your local centre and its registration options). Otherwise you can register in-centre.

Renewing? To renew your registration go to

First time? For new registrations go to

Silver Registration is for bowlers wishing to play at a national representative level, or gain rankings points in the National Rankings program. Silver sports registration upgrades are only available online via will still need to purchase a traditional League or Junior sports registration in addition to the silver upgrade purchase to provide a valid silver registration.

You’ll be redirected to our partner website TenpinResults where you will need to have your 6-digit registration number ready to be able to upgrade to Silver.

All bowling centres have elected to register their league bowlers in one of 2 ways; the first way is Traditional:

2023 Adult Junior
Early Bird $41 $31
Online $45 $35
In-Centre $50 $40

Please note that the prices indicated for ‘Online’ in the table above will activate once the early bird registration window closes.

Your centre may elect to utilise the Lane Levy model and your centre will advise league bowlers how they will be charged for sports registration. If you are bowling at a Lane Levy centre, online registration and payment is not available for League or Junior sports registration.

Please Note: Silver Upgrade is additional to your normal Adult/Junior league registration fee**

What Is TBA Responsible For?

  1. TBA is the national sporting organisation and is the only body of the sport recognised by Sport Australia.
  2. TBA is responsible for the development and enforcement of the rules of the sport as governed by International Bowling Federation.
  3. TBA ensures ongoing development and accreditation of coaching programs, pathways and qualifications.
  4. TBA ensures bowling centres conform with the technical requirements of the sport as governed by the World Bowling.
  5. TBA conducts national championships that cater for bowlers of junior, youth, adult, senior age groups and bowlers with a disability.
  6. TBA is responsible for the selection of national teams to represent Australia at both World Championship and other international events.
  7. TBA partners with government, states/territories, proprietors, sponsors and the media to promote and evolve the sport wherever possible.