Welcome to Buderim Billiards & Snooker Club Inc.
Looking to play snooker or billiards on the Sunshine Coast? Then you’ve come to the right place! Our family-friendly club caters for players of all standards – both men and women. New to the game? No problem – beginners are welcome and our members will make you feel right at home. Our A-Grade players are more than willing to provide you with tips to improve your game.
Are you a junior or a parent seeking a new interest?
We also encourage Junior members, under the age of 18, to join and play when accompanied by an adult member. Our qualified coach holds a Qld Blue Card and tuition can be organised. They can develop their skills in a safe, friendly and motivating environment. Being a private club, we don’t encounter the problems faced by other locations that are open to the general public.
Come and enjoy our two full-sized tables when it suits you
All members are provided with a key so that they can play at any time. The club room is air-conditioned and offers refreshment and washroom facilities.
Interested in joining?
Come along on a Tuesday evening around 7.30 and have a game with some of our members. They’ll be ready and willing to answer any questions you might have.
Please note: this club is for members only and is not open to the public. Membership applications must go before the committee for consideration.
TWO FULL-SIZE WELL MAINTAINED TABLES IN SUPPORTIVE CLUB WITH A LONG HISTORY
We are the oldest club on the Sunshine Coast, having been founded in 1945, and currently have around 90 members.
The club is affiliated with the Queensland Billiards and Snooker Association (QBSA). There are two full-size tables available for play with a wide range of supporting equipment – all of which is maintained in a very good condition. Play takes place in quiet, comfortable, air-conditioned surroundings with refreshment and toilet facilities readily available.
Current Committee Members
About the club
We are a private snooker club for members only. Membership applications must be submitted to the committee.
Following a successful application to the Buderim Foundation for a grant to assist with the refurbishment of the club’s furniture the club was awarded $1000 towards the cost. The