TOOWONG BRIDGE CLUB

Brisbane, Australia

Welcome to Toowong Bridge Club.

Where visitors are always welcome:
Just arrive with your partner 15 minutes prior to play. Click here for Times of Play.

Need a partner? Come to any daytime session, Monday to Friday, and we will provide one, or for a more permanent arrangement contact Chris Farr on 0417 736 024 or partnerfinder10@gmail.com

You'll find us 3.8 km west of the city centre at 22 Roy Street, Auchenflower, Brisbane - on Dunmore Park, (close to Wesley Hospital.) Phone: 3871 0661.

The club is well positioned for car access off Coronation Drive or Milton Road, each with convenient links to the South East Freeway, the Western Freeway and Brisbane's northern suburbs. Off-street car parking is available with spaces reserved for people with a disability. There is wheelchair access as well as wheelchair toilets and an automatic entry door. Public transport is available within easy walking distance at nearby Auchenflower and Milton rail stations, as well as bus stops on Coronation Drive and Milton Road.

As one of the largest clubs in Australia we offer a wide program to meet the needs and interests of beginning, improving and experienced players. The club has been awarded an ABF Certificate of Achievement in Teaching by the Australian Bridge Federation in recognition of the high standard of its education program.

The Toowong Bridge Club is a friendly, inclusive club which adopts best practice approaches and engages with the broader community. We welcome new members and guest players, so if you would like to know more click contact.

We look forward to welcoming you and ensuring you have an enjoyable day.

[posted Fri 1-Jan-16]

Congratulations, Margie! Congratulations, Raelene!: Each year the Queensland Bridge Association presents the James O’Sullivan Award for masterpoint achievement by a Queensland player. Last year, across the State. two Toowong members earned the most masterpoints for their rank. Honoured as winners of the 2019 James O’Sullivan Award are: [posted Thu 23-Jan-20]


The Early Days of Queensland Bridge.: Kim thought she would not find this document interesting however she has now read it twice as it is a fascinating read. The link is https://www.qldbridge.com.au/qba/qldHistory.php. The author of these articles is ABF Historian Keith Ogborn historian@abf.com.au. The major source for these articles is Trove, available on the National Library website at www.nla.gov.au/. Should readers wish to check a particular fact or see the full original source, a search in Trove for the approximate date should find the reference, or the Author will be pleased to assist. [posted Wed 1-Jan-20]


      
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