Adelaide Bowling Club has been named as the host of the 2019 and 2020 World Singles Champion of Champions events.
The venue secured the rights over a number of larger clubs, both in Australia and abroad.
World Bowls said the facility in South Australia was "ideally placed" to host the coveted event.
The country has a fine pedigree of hosting the prestigious competition and will have staged nine out of the 18 Championships held following 2020.
"The Board was delighted with the level of interest shown in hosting this increasingly popular prestigious World Bowls event in 2019 and 2020 and congratulate South Australia's Adelaide Bowling Club in the knowledge that they will be worthy hosts who will maintain and build upon the high standards set by previous host clubs," said World Bowls chief executive Gary Smith.
"This event provides the opportunity for all bowlers entering their national singles in our member nations the potential to fulfil their dreams of becoming a world champion."
Bowls Australia chief executive Neil Dalrymple also welcomed the news.
"The announcement that Adelaide Bowling Club has been successful in procuring the 2019 and 2020 editions of this prestigious event is a coup for the club, the state and the nation," Dalrymple said.
"Australia has a particularly strong association with this event, both in the staging and winning of the competitions, so it's pleasing to see it continue to be hosted on our shores and I'm sure that Adelaide will be outstanding host venue."