Applications for Tenure for Former Cannon Hill Bowls Club Open until 2 Oct

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Eligible community organisations are invited to submit their tender to lease various Council venues and facilities, including the former Cannon Hill Bowls Club at 18 Lang Street, Cannon Hill.

The Council is currently seeking Community Facility Tender applications from eligible not-for-profit community organisations for:

  • Former Cannon Hills Bowls Club at 18 Lang Street,Cannon Hill 
  • Community Building at 10 Nyrang Street, Carina
  • Three community buildings of Kenmore Community Centre at 98 Brookfield Road, Kenmore Hills
  • Former Moorooka Bowls Club at 76 Koala Road, Moorooka
  • Sunnybank Community Centre at 65 Gager Street, Sunnybank

Interested organisations have until midnight on Wednesday 2 October 2019 to submit an application for Carina, Cannon Hill, Moorooka and Kenmore Hills sites, and until midnight on Monday 14 October 2019 for Sunnybank site.



Eligible community organisations may also register for future community facility tenders. By registering on the community facility waiting list, the not-for-profit community organisation will receive information once Council seeks tender applications for a community facility that has become available.

Be ready to have a copy of the Certificate of Incorporation on hand to be uploaded as part of this registration.

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About the former Cannon Hill Bowls Club

The former Cannon Hill Bowls Club comprises two buildings, three structures: the main clubhouse, gardeners shed, and the undercover shade.  

The Cannon Hill Model Railway Club currently occupies the lower level of the clubhouse. The top level offers a commercial kitchen, two bathrooms, dining area, gaming area, and bar.

The site is Sport and Recreation zoned, both local and district. Any proposed activity should therefore consider whether it is consistent with the zone code. Any associated development costs for the proposed activity shall be the organisation’s sole responsibility.

To apply, interested organisation may visit the Brisbane City Council website and search for “Community Facility Tender.” The application must demonstrate the organisation’s ability to meet eligibility criteria and key selection criteria through a written response.

The lease term is up to four years.