Welcome to the Johnsonville Tennis Club. The Club has been in existence since 1904, making it one of the longest continuously operating sports clubs in the Wellington area. We have three plexipave courts with LED floodlights. We welcome new players at any time. Come down to the club on one of our clubdays for a hit and to check out our clubrooms.
Johnsonville Tennis Club. 76 likes · 1 talking about this. The Club has been in existence for over 100 years, making it one of the longest continuously...
Johnsonville Lawn Tennis Club Tennis courts in Johnsonville New Zealand 6037. 3 total tennis courts.
Khandallah Tennis Club is coming to play tennis at Johnsonville. Khandallah Tennis Club will be joining our Club on our courts for mid week morning tennis on Tuesday 13th April at 9:30 am. We need 8 players to make it worthwhile so please email Brian if you are keen to play.
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Clubs in Tennis Central are friendly and welcoming. Membership gives you access to great tennis playing opportunities, competitions, coaching, and the ability to socialise within your community. Get in touch with a club near you to find out the many opportunities and benefits of becoming a tennis club member!
Newlands-Paparangi Tennis Club. 160 likes · 39 were here. Newlands-Paparangi Tennis Club welcomes adults and children of all ages and levels. Junior and Adult clubnights, group and private lessons...
Waitohi Community Hub Coordinator. April 15 at 8:25 PM ·. Kia ora, sorry pool fans at Waitohi Community Hub, the reopening of the main pool at Keith Spry Pool will be delayed until August. This is due to a shortage of building supplies into NZ, specifically the structural steel needed to improve the building’s resilience.