VENUE HIRE

Our community and members look to the Piha Bowling club as fantastic and iconic Piha venue, to hold any function. We have seen many weddings, birthdays, dinners and dances held at the club, and look forward to many more.

 

Please enquire via our online booking form below or email events@pihabowlingclub.com. 

 
Summer Rock n Roll Festival
Saturday, 25 January 2020
6pm - 10.30pm
This year will have another fun filled line up of bands, including our local faves. 

The New Telepathics

Labretta Suede & The Motel 6

Dog Box

Dead Model

Dj Tito Tafa

Tickets $30 

https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/summer-rock-n-roll-festival-piha-tickets-80209563965?aff=ebdssbdestsearch&utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-source=cp&utm-term=destsearch

 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
WEDDINGS

The 'Bowler' is becoming more and more popular for Weddings. The natural landscape of the surrounding area makes a great photo opportunity for the photos and the club rooms give a nice cosy retro atmosphere. The Bowler and the green can be dressed to any requirements for your special day. A game of bowls for the guests while photos are being shot, lends a unique feature not found in many weddings. Our Chef will discuss all of your catering requirements and our Events Manager will make sure the venue is perfect for your special day. We have fantastic reviews from people who have used the club for weddings in the past.

 

 
PRIVATE FUNCTIONS

Private functions are welcome at the Bowler. We offer a safe regulated environment for you and your friends to celebrate. Tell us what you require for your event and we shall endevor to make it happen for you!

 

BUSINESS FUNCTIONS

The size of the Piha Bowling Club, enables us to cater for a variety of functions. The quiet surroundings make it possible to hold long business meetings in the seclusion and comfort of the club rooms.

 

FILM & PRODUCTION

The club is also for hire for film and TV productions. We have seen many scenes of award winning shows being filmed within the club including 'High Road' and 'Find Me a Maori Bride'.