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AGM – Thursday 29 Aug 2019 from 5pm

Our AGM is being held at our club from 5pm on Thursday 29 August, and here is our agenda. We look forward to seeing you there. You’re welcome to join in for a hit of tennis afterwards and drinks/nibbles will be available.  Peregian Tennis Club 2019 AGM Agenda: Documents on hand at AGM: Business Plan, Constitution, Management reports, Financials, Court …

KimAGM – Thursday 29 Aug 2019 from 5pm
Peregian Tennis Club 1965

Why become a member of our club? (and Membership form to download)

As a little not-for-profit club that’s managed to stand on its own two feet for nearly 40 years, we greatly appreciate our members. We strive to ensure our club is an inviting and top-notch venue for them. Members of our tennis club receive: Substantially discounted Court Hire rates ($5 per court per hour instead of non-member rate of $15).  Discounted …

KimWhy become a member of our club? (and Membership form to download)
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Fun, free tennis event & BBQ Friday 31 May

Fun, free tennis event & BBQ at Peregian Tennis club Friday 31 May from 4pm All ongoing members who attend on the day or those who sign up for new membership on the day, will get a free grip for their racquet including fitting. On-court games                          BBQ @ 6pm Let us know if you’re coming, just for our catering.   Info@peregiantennisclub.com.au …

KimFun, free tennis event & BBQ Friday 31 May
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Autumn 2019 newsletter

Hello club members, players, supporters,  Playing the ‘sport-for-a-lifetime’  is proven to boost your overall mental & physical fitness. Physically tennis lifts co-ordination, fine-motor-control, agility, hand-eye co-ordination, flexibility… And it’s clear that these physical systems can be trained & improved at any age. So, how lucky are we to have a tennis club right here on our doorstep? A club that …

KimAutumn 2019 newsletter

How did the club look in 1965?

The ‘Peregian Beach recreation area’ was developed by T.M. Burke Pty. Ltd. as part of a total $140,000.00 (1966 values) ‘Peregian Promotion Project’ and commenced in late 1963. This project aimed to provide more amenities at Peregian Beach and by 1965 the work included a wading and swimming pool (opened 1964), caravan park, car park, bitumen roads, electricity and water supply and a sewerage …

KimHow did the club look in 1965?

Junior Holiday Coaching Clinic Dec 20th & 21st

Coaches Danny and Andrew will be holding a pre Xmas junior tennis clinic from 9am to 11.30am on Thursday 20th Dec & Friday 21st Dec Suitable for children aged 8 to 14 yrs. Cost is $25 per child per session Please book in with andrew on ph 0400110482.

AndrewJunior Holiday Coaching Clinic Dec 20th & 21st
Andrew Veale, Kim Lahey, Sandy Bolton and Tania Lewis (Dept of Sport and Rec) opening the club's new facilities  MG_3303

Light Night – official opening of our new facilities

Last Friday night, Peregian Tennis Club hosted an ‘opening’ party to launch their new court lighting and fencing project. The club’s overhaul was funded by a grant from the Queensland Government Get Playing Places and Spaces program. The dual-facelift saw a complete replacement of court fences, plus a new LED-lighting system. The not-for-profit club expressed gratitude to the Department of Sport …

KimLight Night – official opening of our new facilities
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Kindy kids back on court

40 kindy kids swapped their usual playground for our tennis club last week.  We introduced these lively 4 and 5-year-olds to the game,  with two mornings of tennis-activities run by our court manager Andrew. He was assisted by Kindy Alumni Josh Baker-Lahey (now in Grade 12), John Richardson (club member) and club president Kim.  If their keen swings and beaming …

KimKindy kids back on court
Cuppa for a farmer morning tea Peregian Tennis Club 17 August 20180808_095650 (004)

Our club raised over $1,500 for Aussie farmers at this morning’s smoko

Thank you to everyone who came along and those who baked and contributed for the much-needed drought aid. In particular thank you to Karin Allen who instigated this fundraiser and to our Friday men’s group who were core supporters. Thank you IGA for  donating the delicious fruit platter. All proceeds from the morning go directly to buy-a-bale.  

KimOur club raised over $1,500 for Aussie farmers at this morning’s smoko