The Darwin International Tennis Centre is the Territory's newest tennis venue. With world class facilities including two shaded courts and 14 additional plexi-cushion courts, pro shop, licensed cafe and ample social space our venue has been built for your enjoyment. As specialists in providing players new to tennis with a great first experience, our team is waiting to hear from you.
05 Oct 2021 - ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING – 6 NOVEMBER 2021. Start End Tournament Type Classifications Surface Enter By; 10 Apr 2021: 13 Apr 2021
Australian men are enjoying great success in doubles this week, with Matt Ebden, John-Patrick Smith and John Peers all advancing to ATP-level semifinals. Read more Tennis NT unveils Reconciliation Action Plan
Welcome to the Gardens Tennis Club. Gardens Tennis is the largest and one of the most successful community tennis centres in Darwin. The facility is located in the heart of Darwin and consists of 12 hard courts under lights, a kiosk/pro-shop, a hitting wall and air-conditioned clubhouse. The centre is adjacent to the popular Mindil Beach and part of the Gardens major sporting complex.
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The J4 Darwin Tournament 2021 takes place from 31 May 2021 to 04 Jun 2021. Click here to get the latest information and view the results.
10/09/2021 09:00 AM 10/16/2021 01:00 PM Australia/Darwin National Veterans Table Tennis Championships Comes to Darwin The Australian National Veterans Table Tennis Championships will be played at the Northern Territory Netball Stadium. Abala Road, Darwin, Northern Territory, 0812, Australia. Abala Road, Darwin, Northern Territory, 0812, Australia.
Tennis NT is the administrative body for tennis in the Northern Territory. It is a not for profit... 9 Abala Road Marrara, Darwin, NT, Australia 0812
Defibrillators are becoming a welcome inclusion at tennis centers across Darwin and Palmerston. A defibrillator is a device that uses electricity to re-start the heart or shock it back into its correct rhythm after someone has suffered a cardiac arrest.
Darwin NT, Australia, 11 March 2015 | Tennis Australia Darwin has been named as host for the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas World Group quarterfinal against Kazakhstan, to be played on a purpose built grass court in July.