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Focus Tennis Academy

The club offers the complete platform to both enjoy tennis socially and also, provide an outlet for those of a more competitive nature...I now play up to four times a week and regularly compete on the Tennis Queensland over 35's tennis circuit and this personal achievement and my 100% recovery in terms of my health, I owe in great measure to both the Redcliffe Tennis Association, Focus Tennis Academy but mostly, the people within these two great organisations.

Book A Court / Home - Tennis Australia

Redcliffe Tennis Association Corner of Portwood Street and Oxley Avenue Redcliffe 4020 Get directions

Redcliffe Tennis Centre - Moreton Bay Regional Council

Queensland Mental Health Week; News Sub-menu. Around the region Sub-menu. ... recreation and community venues / Parks and sporting facilities / Redcliffe Tennis Centre.

Tennis in Redcliffe - Yelp

Find the best Tennis on Yelp: search reviews of 22 Redcliffe businesses by price, type, or location.

Redcliffe Tennis Centre - tennis court in Redcliffe QLD

Redcliffe Tennis Centre. Cnr Oxley Ave and Portwood St. Redcliffe, QLD 4020. (07) 3284 2349. www.focustennisacademy.com.au. Book a Court.

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Junior Program | Focus Tennis Academy

The Redcliffe Tennis Centre’s facilities cater for players of all ages and skill levels. We are an accredited provider of Tennis Australia’s official ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Junior Tennis program, aimed at children aged 3-12. Our junior coaching program has five levels: Kindy Blue, Beginner Red, Intermediate Orange, Advanced Green and Pro Yellow.

Going 'berzerk' for Pickleball - Moreton Daily

Posted: 3pm 04 Mar 2021. Redcliffe’s Focus Tennis Academy is introducing Pickleball, one of Queensland’s fastest-growing sports, to its courts on Sunday – with a free invitation for anyone to try it. Pickleball is a cross between tennis, badminton and table tennis and has gone “berserk” in this state, according to Pickleball Queensland.