Towards the end of 2017, we held the Rip View Shield, the club’s handicap singles tournament with Ann Drayton the winner and Gail Stocker runner up.
Our “Come and Try” for Seniors Week was great fun with 22 visitors enjoying the game and a big afternoon tea! Five visitors want coaching and two are now members.
We held a Skills Workshop in October with fifteen members attending.
Our annual Cliff n’ Dale was hosted by Drysdale in November- it was a very enjoyable visit and congratulations to Drysdale as winners.
The Golf Croquet Pennant season had Queenscliff finishing fourth on the ladder and I thank our team members for their contribution in this result.
The Searoad Ferries Tournament for players who have joined in the past twelve months was a great contest with excellent play. Aileen Molloy was the winner, and Jean Badenhop was the runner-up.
Congratulations to Roger Richmond for winning two games and a draw in the Terang Doubles Tournament.
Our Christmas lunch was on Saturday 2nd December in the Rip View Restaurant and was greatly enjoyed by members and visitors.
Attendances have been high over the summer months and we have hosted some visitors and have explained the game to passers-by over the fence!
Our thanks to the GCA for $500 with which we will purchase a set of first and second colour balls.
Plans are ongoing for construction of two new croquet courts which will hopefully begin in May. An apprentice greenkeeper has been employed as part of the plan.
Gail Stocker, President- March, 2018

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Club Facilities

Two greens are available on club days for croquet players. Both Association Croquet and Golf Croquet are played here. The official croquet season runs from August to May but this club plays all year.

New Players

We offer a free COME AND TRY one hour session to introduce the game. Contact Gail Stocker 52582270 to arrange a booking. Following on we provide potential members with four coaching sessions in Golf Croquet at a small cost. New members then are mentored with experienced players on club days. Coaching lessons are given also for anyone wishing to start with Association Croquet.


Players wear attire in club colours on playing days. Footwear must be flat (no heel) and must be smooth sole if playing croquet on the bowling greens.


The Croquet season is from August to May. During winter the court is generally available, however it would be wise to contact either of the club captains to ensure that there will be other players present.

Court Usage

Golf Croquet
Wednesday 9.00 onwards
Saturday 9.00 onwards

Association Croquet
Tuesday 9.30 onwards or by arrangement.

Every Thursday 9.00 arrival with venue change on a monthly basis. Queenscliff plays at home the first Thursday of the month.

Geelong Social Days

These are organized on a monthly roster with visitors most welcome. Be there about 9:00am for a 9:30am start but check if you haven’t been before as sometimes games need to be rescheduled if courts are undergoing maintenance.

1st Thursday Queenscliff
2nd Thursday Drysdale
3rd Thursday Belmont
4th Thursday Eastern Park
5th Thursday GCA at a selected club


Visitors are most welcome at the club and if playing please be there at 9.00. It is advisable to notify the club contacts to ensure there has been no timetable change for that day.

Golf Captain Ann Drayton 52783480

Association contact Helen Fewtrell 52581345


Green Fees for non members are $5.00 per day with morning tea provided.

Club Membership

Club Membership includes registration with Geelong Croquet Association and Victorian Croquet Association. As a member of the Croquet Club you become a member of the Bowling, Tennis and Croquet Club which gives you access to all the facilities.