Beaudesert & District Tennis Association are working with recommendations and regulations provided to us by Federal & State Governments, Scenic Rim Council and our governing body Tennis Australia & Tennis Queensland.

After much consideration the committee are able to implement limited play - Level A activities


We have implemented procedures and can now offer;


  • one on one coaching (for more information click here)

  • 1 court hire for max 4 people at a time on one court

We have strict guidelines that we are following and that YOU also must follow to be able to provide court hire



Hire & usage MUST be pre-booked via our website here



Tennis encourages all participants to download the COVIDSafe app to help speed up the process of identifying anyone who has been in close contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19. Learn more:



You must stay at home if you:

  • Have been in contact with someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days

  • Have been overseas or exposed to someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days

  • Have flu-like symptoms

  • Or are in a high risk health category.

​….If you answered YES to any of the above questions please you are not permitted on court!

  • Please read erected signs regarding hire & court usage requirements & cleaning procedure and hygiene recommendation signs. 

  • Key box is located at far end of clubhouse on right side of roller door window,  (this changes weekly) the enclosed key will open gate that is opposite.

  • When court gate has been opened please enter code again on key box.  Using sanitise wipe, wipe down & replace key.  Then wipe down key box.   

  • Please use hand sanitiser provided before entering court​



  • Please use hand sanitiser provided before leaving court

  • Surfaces must be wiped down using provided disinfectant wipes

at end of play, this includes, gate, padlock, pin pad, net, umpire chair etc.

  • Once allocated hire is finished please lock gate on departure.


  • Only people core to playing should attend tennis activities such as players, participants, coaches and operational personnel

  • Arrive and leave as close as possible to when you need to be there – get in, play, get out

  • Only one parent/guardian should accompany younger children where possible. Social distancing Tennis holds a unique advantage as a sport which requires no direct contact between players.  You can also:

    • Touch racquets instead of the regular pre or post match handshakes

    • Keep 1.5 metres away from other people while watching or attending an outdoors tennis activity and avoid close contact by moving around indoors 



To protect against infection, you should:

  • Wash/sterilise your hands before and after you play and avoid touching your face while playing

  • Not share water bottles or towels. Bring your own full bottle and towel

  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water or hand-sanitiser when available, before and after eating, after going to the toilet, sneezing and coughing

  • Cover your coughs and sneezes and dispose of any used tissue immediately

  •  Avoid touching your face

  •  Keep your distance from people who are obviously sick

  •  Be aware of what surfaces you touch and if you touch the on court equipment such as net, net handle, hoses, and court bagger you must clean these before you leave.

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