Tennis Courts

The three tennis courts and Pavilion at Government House were built in the late 1880s at the instigation of Governor Sir Robert Hamilton and Lady Hamilton.

Over the years the tennis courts have been regularly used by Governors and their families and visitors.

Comprising two grass courts and one en-tout-cas court, the courts are maintained by a professional greenkeeper and can be booked for recreational tennis on weekends during daylight saving months.

Player Etiquette

Please take all your rubbish with you and leave the tennis courts and facilities tidy for the next players to use and enjoy.

Residential cottages and houses within the grounds are occupied, and players are therefore requested to to keep noise to a reasonable level.

Smoking is not permitted within the venue.

Tennis Equipment

The Office does not provide racquets or balls as part of the court hire.

All users must wear appropriate tennis footwear at all times when using the tennis courts at the venue.

Full Bookings Terms

Book a Court (October to December)

 

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