24 May 2017 | Tennis Queensland

Twelve clubs and schools across Queensland have been successful in their application for funding through the Queensland Government’s Community Benefit Fund. In what is the state’s largest one-off grants program, community organisations are invited to apply for assistance for projects up to $35,000.

For clubs and schools across Queensland, a total of more than $300,000 will go towards the following upgrades:

Burleigh Heads Tennis Club $25,000 + GST Lighting upgrade
Clifton Beach Tennis Club $35,000 + GST Amenity upgrade
Coolum Tennis Club $30,000 + GST Light pole upgrade
Gold Coast Regional Tennis Club $29,614 + GST Fence and amenity repairs
Ingham Tennis Association $11,410 + GST Mower
Kilkivan State School $35,000 + GST Court repairs
Moranbah Tennis Association $35,000 + GST Court resurfacing
Mt Gravatt SHS $35,000 + GST Court repairs
Queensland Community Lawn Tennis Association $20,000+ GST Facility upgrade & hitting wall
Stanthorpe District Tennis Association $26,000 + GST Court repair and resurface
Tennis on 11th $8,800 + GST Accessible entrance
Warwick District Tennis Association $35,000 + GST Lighting upgrade