Council-owned tennis courts across the Central Highlands region will reopen tomorrow under strict COVID-19 guidelines.
Facilities will be open free of charge, however users will still need to make a booking directly with the relevant club.
Users will also be required to comply with all directives under the Queensland Government’s Home Confinement, Movement and Gathering Direction (No. 3).
The following guidelines will apply:
- The use must be for a recreational activity.
- Each court is utilised by a maximum of two people within social distancing rules.
- A limit of 10 people at any facility at any time.
- Facilities are not open for club business but for community benefit and recreation
- No club competition
- No paid coaching
Clubs will be managing these guidelines. It is asked that residents follow all instructions from the club and take a ‘have a hit and leave’ approach.
For more information contact your closest club directly or council on 1300 242 686.
UPDATE 8 May 2020: The reopening relates to council-owned tennis courts.
- Emerald Tennis Courts (Rundle Park)
- Springsure Tennis Courts (Springsure showgrounds)
- Rolleston Tennis Courts (behind transaction centre)
- Blackwater Tennis Courts (next to CHRC Office)
- Tieri Tennis Courts (Glencore)
- Dingo Tennis Courts (behind CHRC Library)
- Bluff Tennis Courts (Maccas Oval)
- Bauhinia Tennis Courts (next to town hall)