Facilities

Each club should aim to provide great facilities both on and off court for the community, courts that are attractive and safe to play on and clubhouse facilities that are comfortable and conducive to social connection, ultimately a great place to play tennis and a great place to bring the local community together.

  • The facility planning process is an essential element of providing quality tennis facilities that can continually meet the needs of club members, participants, administrators, coaches, facility operators, local councils and communities.

    Planning the development of a new, or improving an existing tennis facility, is an involved process that will take time, effort and resources to ‘get it right’. Involving stakeholders, communicating with local councils, combining club member skills and engaging professional services are all important steps to consider.

    This page provides links to useful resources to assist with your facility development project.
  • Advice to keep your venue running smoothly and to its fullest potential.
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