Welcome to the Berwick Tennis Club

The Berwick Tennis Club is located right in the heart of Olde Berwick, on top of the hill on the Arch Brown Reserve off Buchanan Road and is one of the largest tennis clubs in the City of Casey.

The club offers organised competition and social tennis for all ages and playing abilities, day and night play and quality coaching. You can hire a tennis court for a casual game or you may prefer to become a member of the Berwick Tennis Club and enjoy the added benefits that club membership offers.


 

Latest News

Update on tennis activities at Berwick

Following the Victorian Government announcements this morning, 11 May, Tennis Victoria is currently in communication with Government about what this means for tennis.

Tennis Victoria are proposing to publish new recommendations on their website tomorrow, 12 May 2020.

If Tennis Victoria recommend that tennis activities can be restarted in some form, the Berwick Tennis Club will also be required to wait for the City of Casey to review the recommendations and advise us of next steps, including what protocols will need to be put in place at the club to ensure the safety of all players.

Our facilities will not be able to be reopened for any tennis activities until we have received communications from council that it is ok to do so.

We are all very much looking forward to getting back to playing tennis and hopefully we will be able to in the near future.

Given the extended period of time that club members haven’t been able to use the tennis facilities at Berwick, the committee agreed at the last committee meeting that all current financial members will receive a 6 month extension on their current membership through to 31 December 2020. Full details will be emailed to all financial members over the next week.

 


Newsletter

The Berwick Tennis Club newsletter for December 2019 is now available here.

A huge thank you to Caitlyn Lewis for the significant time and effort she has put in to develop this newsletter.


Sponsorship Packages 

Sponsorship packages are now available. As a local business you will enjoy a raft of valuable benefits that come from a sponsorship arrangement with one of the most successful tennis clubs in the South East metropolitan region.

Details of the range of Sponsorship Packages available can be located at this link – Sponsorship Brochure.  If you wish to take up a sponsorship opportunity with Berwick Tennis Club, please email our Sponsorship Coordinator at enquiries@berwicktc.asn.au.

If you prefer to discuss in person, please call Club President, Shane Fielding, on 0400 684 423.

We look forward to creating a lasting relationship with passionate local businesses.


Code of Conduct

At the Berwick Tennis Club Annual General Meeting in 2017, a code of conduct was adopted.  Full details of the code can be found on the Code of Conduct page via the following link.  It is important that all participants at the club are familiar with the Code.

Code of Conduct page


We are a Good Sports Level Three club (Alcohol)

Sporting clubs such as ours play a significant role in the community and have a responsibility to our members and their families. We have chosen to join over 7000 clubs across Australia taking part in the Good Sports program. Through Good Sports we are committed to managing alcohol responsibly and ensuring smoke free areas, which we believe will help us to provide a healthy, safe and family friendly environment.  Together, we are helping inspire a healthier sporting nation.

As a Good Sports Level Three club, we are proud of our efforts in promoting health and well-being while reducing risky alcohol drinking and ensuring smoke-free areas.

Speak to our club committee about what being a Good Sports club is all about or visit

www.goodsports.com.au

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Contact Us

Clubhouse phone: 03 9796 1698
(phone is not always attended, please leave message)

Email: enquiries@berwicktc.asn.au

Coach: allison@set4tennis.com.au

Full contact details can be found here

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