Every day our professionals get asked about the Bowral community: Where are the best places to eat or who does a good coffee, what shops and medical facilities are around ?
Not only do we sell property but we sell lifestyle and a community we are passionate about.
Below we take a look at whats happening in our local community, from sporting clubs and gyms, schools, shops and local community events.
Bowral Blacks Rugby Union
Bowral Rugby Union Club was established in 1972, and plays its rugby in the Illawarra District competition in both Seniors and Juniors.
Their history is proud with some of their players achieving national and state selections. They have also won a number of Illawarra Premierships and their Junior club is currently one of the largest in the Illawarra District. Their home ground and recently upgraded clubhouse is located at Eridge Park, Bowral. For more information or to sign up please contact Mark Freund, President at Freunds3@bigpond.com or 0424 565 325.
Bowral Hockey Club
Established in 1933, over many successful years, and the dedication of many people, Bowral Hockey Club has grown to be one of the most successful clubs in the Southern Highlands.
We welcome men, women and children of all ages and skill levels. Join us for social, family friendly hockey with a competitive edge!
F45 Training Bowral
F45 Training is the new training technique leaving competition and clients gasping for air. F45 is the most innovative, challenging and systemised team training workout in the world. Come and train like the stars at F45 Training.
A: Unit 13 Village of Bowral, 55-59 Kirkham Road, Bowral NSW 2576
Bowral Health & Fitness Club
A: Cnr Station & Boolwey Street, BoWral NSW 2576
T: 02 4862 1620
Anytime Fitness Bowral
A: Station Street, Bowral NSW 2576
T: 02 4862 1874
Bowral Swimming Centre
A: 152 Mittagong Road, Bowral
T: 02 48612598
Bowral Public School
Bowral Public School strives to be a leading primary school in the Southern Highlands through emphasising the fundamental importance of basic skills development for all students; by providing regular opportunities for students to develop and demonstrate their talents and interests in all curricula; and by promoting social responsibility. The school’s prime purpose, emphasised by its motto: “Striving, Thinking, Learning”, and modelled through the commitment of teachers and parents, is the provision of quality learning opportunities, enabling students to perform to the best of their abilities. Teachers are increasing their effectiveness by meeting in teams to develop common learning programs, utilise unique or shared knowledge and skills, and develop common assessment and reporting practices.
A: Bendooley Street, Bowral NSW 2576
T: 02 48611086
Bowral High School
At Bowral High School we are committed to building positive relationships with students, parents and staff that support students to feel connected to the school and learn. We want our students to have a sense of belonging at the school, to feel valued and supported and to have respectful relationships with their teachers and each other. Positive relationships underpin engagement, along with strong pedagogy and personalised learning.Bowral High School has strong links to its community and its partner primary schools. A rich and challenging academic program exists side by side with opportunities in vocational education that offer students individual pathways to work, university, and TAFE or private colleges.
A: PO Box 1147, Bowral NSW 2576
T: 02 48612255
The College took its name from the famous early Australian explorer, John Oxley, and looks up to the hill named after him. His descendants gave permission for the family crest to be used as the basis of the College badge which incorporates their motto Patientia et Fortitudine—Patience and Fortitude and the College similarly adopted this as its motto. Providing education from K-12.
A: 11-29 Railway Road, Burradoo NSW 2576
T: 02 48611366
Chevalier College is a Catholic Secondary College owned by the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart (MSC) and conducted by Chevalier College Limited. Chevalier does more than teach the curriculum, although the College is widely recognised for its high standard of teaching and excellent care for students.
A: 11 Charlotte Street, Burradoo NSW 2576
T: 02 48611488
Bong Bong Picnic Races
Held on Friday November 18, Bong Bong Picnic Races is one of Australia’s oldest picnic race meetings. The meeting is a six race programme. This is a members only race day meeting. Membership enquiries are welcome directly to the Club.
Bowral Public School Farmers Market
Held on the second Saturday of every month.
A: Bendooley Street, Bowral NSW 2576