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Pax Hill Tennis Club
Pax Hill Tennis Club was founded in 1960, after land donated by the housing commission in 1957 saw the creation of two tennis courts for community use. In 1970 two additional courts were added.
In 1980, after a short period of closure due to council amalgamation of local courts, the club reopened and has been going strong ever since.
We currently cater for players from the age of 4 through to 70 having approx 50 competition playing members and many more players and community members that use the courts on a regular basis. There are very few daylight hours when the Pax Hill Tennis Courts are not in use.
The West End of Traralgon is growing rapidly and our club is welcoming new social and competition playing members who enjoy a smaller club environment.
We allow daylight hour access to two of our courts free of charge all year round to the public, except for during Saturday tennis competition season. The season runs from Oct – Dec & then Jan – Mar between 8.30am – 11.30am and 1pm – 3pm. However if no home games are being played, these courts will be made available to the public.
We encourage our community and regular visitors to become a member of our club. Sign up here or visit our membership page for more information. And make sure you set up a Tennis Australia profile!
We have an active committee of volunteers who focus on the following goals;
We hope this has given you some information in regards to our club, please contact us and we would be happy to have you join us
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New 2023 /24 season competition details - See Newsletter August 2023.
Thank you Bev,
The Pax Hill Tennis Club would like to express our appreciation to Beverly Pead for her significant contribution to the Club over the past 10+ years. Bev has most recently been the club Treasurer but has also held many other positions over her years on the committee. With her family no longer playing tennis, Bev has decided to step down from her position on the committee and plans a move to Queensland in the near future. As a result we are in search of a new treasurer or other committee members. We are calling on any senior players or parents to volunteer to assist in the running of the club.