Rockhampton will become the centre of Queensland Tennis this weekend when more than 150 people descend on the city for the JDS State Finals.The biggest tennis junior development… Read more Qld clubs and coaches get ready for an inclusive tennis spike
ROYAL QUEENSLAND LAWN TENNIS ASSOCIATION LTD. is located in Tennyson, QUEENSLAND, Australia and is part of the Agents and Managers for Artists, Athletes, Entertainers, and Other Public Figures Industry. ROYAL QUEENSLAND LAWN TENNIS ASSOCIATION LTD. has 10 employees at this location and generates $3.76 million in sales (USD).
Registered on 1962-02-07 and given the 009713544 ACN, Royal Queensland Lawn Tennis Association Ltd is a limited by guarantee unlisted public - non-profit company Australian public company. Royal Queensland Lawn Tennis Association Ltd used 9 business names so far, Tennis Queensland (as of 2014-03-04), before that however it used Court Tech (from 2007-09-13 and Q Tennis (from 2000-04-18 to 2009-09-08).
Tennis Queensland is the governing body of tennis in Queensland and forms a link in the chain of member associations responsible to Tennis Australia, the governing body of tennis in Australia. Tennis Queensland promotes and facilitates participation in tennis at all levels and strives to steer the growth of the sport for the present and future. The key to the enduring success of tennis is that it is a fun, healthy, social activity – a game that can be played at any level for a lifetime ...
At the heart of Brisbane Tennis since 1925. Play tennis at one of Brisbane’s oldest sporting organisations. Except you’re not actually a member of the Morningside Tennis Club. Technically there’s no such organisation. You’re actually a member of the Queensland Community Lawn Tennis Association (QCLTA), a non-profit organisation run by volunteers that’s been a part of tennis in Brisbane for a long time.
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Queensland Lawn Tennis Association Clubhouse at Milton, Queensland, 1958. State Library of Queensland. Those of you who were familiar with the old Milton tennis courts may remember the giant tennis racquet that towered over the centre.
Tennis was introduced to Australia in the 1870s and the Queensland Lawn Tennis Association was formed in 1888. Initially, most courts were located in the grounds of larger houses, but public courts were soon marked out in parks and gardens.
The RLTA tennis club is a non-profit organisation with a strong community focus. Members enjoy social tennis, regular tennis fixtures as well as inter-club and club championships. Read More.
Tennis players can become a member of the RLTA and join in the organised tennis fixtures competitions which are played throughout the week and weekends. Or, if you love playing tennis but don't want to commit to regular fixtures, the RLTA offers organised social tennis and tennis court hire is available 7 days a week.