With lawn bowls becoming popular, a group of men decided that Whitton needed a bowling club.
In 1965 a committee was formed, they needed 100 members before they could apply for a licence.
Fundraising began. Many rice farmers, who later became members, donated a percentage of their rice crop through the Ricegrowers Co Operative Mills, and local orchardists contributed in the same way through the Letona Co-operative Cannery and orange packing sheds.
The club grew a rice crop on behalf of The Irrigation Research & Extension Commission on a section of the Whitton Common that was harvested at a field day run by the Commission.
The sale of the rice went to the club.
Crown land at the end of Benerembah Street was chosen, and the greens constructed by volunteers were ready in 1972.
A house was purchased in 1973 from Ashtons Pty Ltd Leeton, who transported it to the current site.
This became the clubhouse.
With the clubhouse completed and the required members, the licence was granted on the November 11, 1975.
The Wade Club Leeton donated some old chairs to the club. In the early years, members worked the bar and did all the work involved.
In 1975, the ladies were invited to form an associate bowling group.
They became affiliated with NSW Women's Bowling Association on June 7, 1976 and affiliated with the Murrumbidgee District Women's Bowling Association on September 21, 1976.
In 1979-80 the auditorium was built and extensions to the members bar.
Then in 1991 major refurbishment was carried out in the members bar.
In 1984 a house was purchased to accommodate the secretary/manager.
In 1986 one of the stalwarts of the club, Viv Aylett died and the green was named in his honour.