Boccia New Zealand 

All year round

Boccia New Zealand promotes and supports the sport of boccia amongst all people with a physical disability throughout New Zealand. Age is no barrier either.

Boccia is a cross between lawn bowls and petanque, and is an inclusive, non-contact target sport that is suitable for a wide range of participants. Played indoors on a smooth rectangular court and can be enjoyed as an individual player, in pairs, or in teams of three. Different levels of events take place all year round to cater for a range of goals – whether you want to socialise with friends, develop new skills or compete to the highest level of competition. 


Player memebership $20

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