The Tanunda Kegel Club Incorporated

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

The Tanunda Kegel Club is a unique traditional German nine pin bowling alley or Kegelbahn which was established in the wine region of the Barossa Valley in the town of Tanunda.
The Kegel Club was first established in 1858 making it one of the oldest sports in South Australia.
The Club has a regular member group who usually meet weekly with groups also being able to hire the Club subject to availability.
The Kegel Club also caters for school groups with information on the history of the club and experience playing the game of Kegel.


Disabled Assistance

Caters for challenges with learning and communication Wheelchair access


From AU$2.00

Club Night a fee of $8.00 per person.
Hire of the Club $50.00 per hire.
School Groups $2.00 per student.

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