Kew TC

Court Availability

As our club is growing in size and consequently court demand at peak times is increasing. We do our best to cater for our members but at the moment KTC does not have a court booking system.  It is hard to communicate all the various and variable court allocations for coaching and competition and organised social tennis.  But I hope this information will help you find a convenient time to play tennis with other members, your family and your visitors.

KTC has only 4 courts numbered 1, 2, 3 & 4.

The adjoining tennis club, Victoria Park Tennis Club, has 2 courts in the north-west corner.  There is a reciprocal arrangement whereby members of both clubs can use vacant courts but you must vacate the court immediately if a member of the owning club is waiting.  Be aware that VPTC uses its courts most mornings of the week and has after school coaching.

KTC is a bigger club.  We offer Coaching and Junior, Midweek Ladies and Night Competition and Organised Club Social Tennis so it can get very busy.

If you are looking for a court for a casual hit with family or your visitors TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT PLEASE AVOID THE FOLLOWING TIMES

Monday Evenings from 7pm  (Competition and Coaching)

Tuesday Mornings from 9:30 till about 1:30pm (Ladies MEMRLTA competition)

Tuesday Evenings from 7pm  (Competition and Coaching)

Thursday Mornings from 9:30 till about 1:30pm (Ladies HDTA Competition)

Saturday Morning till 11;30am (Junior Competition and Coaching)

Sunday Morning till 11:30am (Junior Competition and Organised Social Tennis)

Note 1:  Competition runs during school terms and the courts are much quieter during the school holidays.

Note 2: Our Coach has the right to coach on 2 courts most (but not all) days.  Please vacate the court if requested by the coach.

Important Information about SOCIAL COMPETITION on Sunday mornings from early till 11:30am (all year)

                All 4 courts are generally in use, so if you come be prepared to join in

                This is mixed social tennis (male and female) but reasonably competitive

Players should be of intermediate standard

                Players register on arrival and pay $1 to cover the cost of balls

                Players will be organised by the club captain of the day into playing groups

                Non-members wishing to trial the club are sometimes invited to attend this session

                as  visitors ($10)

We hope to introduce some new family friendly and beginner options in March.  We will keep you posted.

From Your Committee of Management