Attendees are encouraged to take public transportation to the 2020 World Bowls Championships.
Attendees can utilise the G:Link tram service to travel between the three host clubs.
The G: Light Rail system operates from 5am to midnight on weekdays and throughout weekends.
The route links Helensvale, Gold Coast University Hospital, Southport, Main Beach, Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach with a 7.5 minute service between 7am and 7pm weekdays.
The closest station to each of the three host venues is listed below:
- Broadbeach Bowls Club: Florida Gardens station
- Musgrave Hill Bowls Club: Queen Street station
- Club Helensvale: Helensvale station
Please note, the closest station to Musgrave Hill Bowls Club (Queen Street station) is approximately 1.5km south of the club, and could take 20 minutes to walk.
Please refer to the Club Courtesy Buses section below if you require assistance to get from the tram station to the club.
Surfside Buslines operate the public buses on the Gold Coast.
Club Courtesy Buses
Musgrave Hill Bowls Club and Club Helensvale will collect spectators from the closest tram station to each of their clubs (Queens Street station and Helensvale station respectively) via their club courtesy buses.
This service will mitigate any required walking, meaning spectators can utilise the G:Link tram and then club courtesy bus to get directly to the venue.
The club courtesy buses can be accessed by phoning the reception of Musgrave Hill Bowls Club and Club Helensvale directly once you arrive at the tram station.
- Musgrave Hill – P: 5532 1277
- Club Helensvale – P: 5573 1491
Event Shuttle Service
There is a very limited amount seating available on the 2020 World Bowls Championships event shuttle buses, for spectators and International Technical Officials.
Ride-share and taxi services
A pick-up/drop-off zone for ride-shares and taxi services will operate at each of the three clubs.