In 2017, Tennis Queensland with the support of Tennis Australia, conducted a Tennis Facility Review. The review included an infrastructure condition report of all affiliated facilities across Queensland (over 250 affiliated facilities and 1,500 courts). This allowed Tennis Queensland to identify locations to build and maintain tennis courts. These findings are presented in the Queensland Tennis Facilities Strategic Plan 2028 – Version One.
Following the identification of target regions with potential undersupply of courts across the State, Tennis Queensland conducted a more in-depth analysis to recognise key future infrastructure planning, development opportunities and priorities. This unique and comprehensive insight into the current tennis court supply, utilised appropriate analysis relating to population and economic growth data, with the findings presented in the Queensland Tennis Facilities Strategic Plan 2028 – Version Two.
The Queensland Tennis Facilities Strategic Plan 2028 will allow Tennis Queensland to identify and prioritise investment in tennis infrastructure, and ensure funding and participation opportunities are maximised and accessed equitably across the State.