Across Australia & New Zealand, excitement has peaked for the start of school holidays, with many kids rolling into Bowl Camp already.
If you haven’t heard of Bowl Camp before, don’t worry – we can explain everything that you need to know before the holiday boredom sets in!

What exactly is Bowl Camp?

As the name suggests, Bowl Camp is all about bowling. Over the three-hour camp, our friendly and experienced team will teach your kids the various skills required to be a top bowler. This includes the basics such as how to hold the ball, where to stand on the lane and even how to bowl the perfect strike.

It doesn’t matter whether you and your kids have been to AMF Bowling before or not, our fun, informative and supportive camp is designed as an enjoyable school holiday break!

What is included at Bowl Camp?

What sort of Bowl Camp would it be without getting the chance to score down on the lanes? Yes, in addition to the help from our non-gutter ball gurus, the camp includes up to two games of bowling – the aim being to put those skills into practice and see who can get the most strikes!

However, the fun doesn’t end there. If your local venue has a laser tag arena, Bowl Camp will include one game of bowling and one of laser tag!

After this excitement, the kids will pop across to the arcade. With some of the best-loved and popular arcade games available, it’s the perfect end to Bowl Camp!

We also understand that kids can work up a mighty appetite with all the excitement, which is why complimentary jaffles and pop top juice will be provided on site.

Bowl Camp – the key information

Bowl Camp will run Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout the school holidays. The particular dates will depend on your state or territory – check out our Bowl Camp page for more details.

Held between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m., Bowl Camp is a great way to spend a morning during the school holidays. In fact, parents might even get time for a quiet coffee or sneaky bit to eat without the kids getting in the way!Keen to learn more about Bowl Camp? Contact your local AMF centre for all the essential information.