Rosemount Bowl is an independent WA owned and operated tenpin bowling centre that takes pride in looking after its patrons. The venue is fully licensed, offering you a large variety of light or full strength beer and a good selection of spirits, liquors and wine.
The venue itself has a long history in the area and is re-knowned across Perth as the place
to go for clean facilities, great food, cold beverages and friendly service. All the lanes at Rosemount have ball walls available which can facilitate children and disabled person participation.
If you are bringing disabled persons please be aware that we are located up a flight of stairs.
History about the Oldest Running Tenpin Bowl in Australia
Rosemount Theatre, later to be Rosemount Bowl 464 Fitzgerald Street.
The Regent Theatre in Fitzgerald Street, North Perth, opened in 1923.
This was later renamed the Rosemount Theatre. With a seating capacity of 400, although of plain appearance on the outside, it ‘exuded nostalgia on the inside’. The roof could be partially opened in the summertime. The Theatre and associated Picture Gardens were both closed in 1967. The theatre was remodelled with the upstairs gallery turned into a bowling alley and the lower part into a hall for the Police and Citizens Club.