By Tenpin Bowling Australia
October 20, 2022

Anticipation is growing with only two weeks until the International Bowling Federation (IBF) Para Bowling World Cup gets underway at Suncity Tenpin Bowl on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland.

Kick-starting a month-long bowling carnival, the IBF Para Bowling World Cup will run from 3-10 November before the IBF World Cup will finish the festivities from 11-23 November 2022. Tickets are on sale now to see the world’s best on the beautiful Sunshine Coast in Queensland. For more information and how to reserve your spot, please click here.

Opened in 1979, the Suncity Tenpin Bowl on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland will host the newly formatted team-orientated events. After taking over the Suncity Tenpin Bowl as the sports national High-Performance centre in early 2022, Tenpin Bowling Australia (TBA) Chief Executive Officer Rohan O’Neill is excited to show visitors what the Sunshine Coast has to offer.

“We are so grateful for the opportunity to host these events in such a magical place as the Sunshine Coast in Queensland”.

“As referenced in the name, the Sunshine Coast boasts a sunny outlook that allows a diverse range of activities on its pristine beaches, the peaks of the Glass House Mountains or its incredible rainforests and meeting some amazing wildlife at the infamous Australia Zoo.

“The opportunities to explore off the lanes are endless, and I know the Suncity team have been busy preparing to welcome the travelling teams to this amazing destination in Australia,” added O’Neill.

After 43 years in operation, the host venue Suncity Tenpin Bowl has undergone several upgrades and changes to prepare for world-class events. Brand new QuibicaAMF equipment has been installed in the 20-lane centre and a fresh layer of paint inside.

The 2022 IBF Para Bowling World Cup will commence from 3-10 November before the IBF World Cup will run from 11-23 November 2022. Please click here to head to the webpage headquarters for all other information regarding the event.


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