City Community Tennis, Sydney, offers an extensive range of programs for tennis enthusiasts of all levels, from beginners to pros, adults and kids. No matter what your age or level of experience, we make sure the ball is always in your court.
The only difference between Wheelchair Tennis and Standard tennis is 2 bounces. Session details: Day: Friday; Time: 12 to 1pm; Location: Prince Alfred Park tennis courts, Surry Hills; Fee: $56 | Advantage members $46; Note: Wheelchair tennis is included in the Saturday Adaptive Tennis Hub; Private lessons are available
Located at the Prince Alfred Park Tennis Courts in Surry Hills The Head Office and Pro Shop are currently closed, however you can still call or sms our office team on 0433 899 644 or email using the online enquiry form below. Contact us at the following days/times: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm Call, sms or email (SMS and email preferred)
Chalmers Street, Prince Alfred Park, Surry Hills 2010 Courts open 365 Days 6am to 11pm COVID update if you visit the pro-shop at Prince Alfred Park you must sign in using the Service NSW App QR Code Facilities The facilities at Surry Hills include 5 plexicushion courts (surface of the Australian Open) , lights and office.
Fitness stations are located throughout the park. There are 2 playgrounds including an enclosed toddlers' playground. Equality Green. Follow the rainbow path to Equality Green, part of Prince Alfred Park renamed to celebrate the legalisation of marriage equality in 2017.
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W Saturday 1st of December for the City of Sydney's annual Children's Christmas Concert in Prince Alfred Park from 6.30-8.30 pm! Along with a fantastic line up of kids music, games and food the staff from City Community Tennis and the Strawberry Hills Hotel will be running a sausage sizzle to raise funds for The Community Tennis Project ...
im afraid i have to say: Dont sign up for the tennis lessons if you have ever played tennis and/or are looking for any kind of exercise... those are not it Andrew de Ville January 11, 2012 Been here 10+ times
Refurbishing the Prince Alfred Park Pool was part of a wider upgrade of the 7.5-ha Prince Alfred Park, next to Sydney’s Central Station. The underused park offered huge potential as open space in a traffic-congested and densely populated part of the inner city. By upgrading the facilities, and through clever landscape design, the whole park ...
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