Court Hire

North West Sydney Tennis manages 3 synthetic grass courts, all with state-of-the-art lights, next to David Scott Reserve, Midson Road, Epping. 

Court hire can only be made by Booking On-Line - please see link below.

Courts are available for hire by members and the general public. Bookings are through our online booking system only. It is easy to use and you can pay by credit card, debit card or PayPal. Look for the symbols on the book a court payment page. Rates vary depending on day or night use. Members receive a discount for a court (single) booking. 

Our courts are well maintained and have an automated opening and locking system, so they can be accessed from 6.00am to 10.30pm. It is always a good idea to take a couple of extra balls in case you happen to hit a ball into the bush surrounds or onto another court which may be inaccessible at the time. 

Please note that as we are a community based not for profit association we do rely on everyone doing the right thing. Surveillance cameras are in operation and people overstaying or using courts without booking will be asked to pay for additional court usage. A $50 administration fee will be added to the additional court hire fee. It would also be appreciated if you witness any vandalism to contact police immediately. Please ensure you are available to play at the time you book your court and avoid making unnecessary changes. 

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Court Hire Costs

 

Day

Night (Lights)

 

Casual

Member

 

Casual

Member

1 hour

$22

$16

1 hour

$26

$21

1 1/2 hours

$33

$24

1 1/2 hours

$39

$32

2 hours

$40

$28

2 hours

$47

$36

2 1/2 hours

$50

$35

2 1/2 hours

$59

$45

3 hours

$54

$38

3 hours

$63

$48

3 1/2 hours

$63

$44

3 1/2 hours

$74

$56

4 hours

$68

$48

4 hours

$80

$60

4 1/2 hours

$77

$54

4 1/2 hours

$90

$68

5+ Hours

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 5+ Hours

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 PLEASE NOTE:  Bookings made over both day and night time, the court hire rate is not accumulative, e.g. 1 hour day + 1 hour night.

Frequently Asked Questions 

 TERMS AND CONDITIONS: ETDTA Inc. has online court hire for both Pennant Hills Park Tennis and Epping Tennis Centres based on the condition that you agree to fully comply with the current Federal and state-government directives in relation to COVID-19. Upon arrival, all players and spectators are required to check-in using the Service NSW QR code. These are placed on court gates and on court clubhouses. Strict COVID-19 rules remain in place for social distancing at all times. It is your legal and social responsibility to obey the Federal and State government directives in relation to COVID-19. As a reminder and in addition to those directives please; STAY AT HOME IF YOU Have been in contact with someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days. Have returned from overseas in the last 14 days. Have any of the symptoms associated with COVID-19 (fever, tiredness, dry cough). If you are in a high risk health category (refer TNSW-COVID-19 Community Tennis Guidelines). Comply with SOCIAL DISTANCING (min 1.5m distance) and WASH/SANITISE your hands before entering the tennis court and after exiting the tennis court. Bring your own tennis racquet, drink bottle, towel and hand sanitiser, and do not touch other hirers' tennis balls or other equipment. The Police are also patrolling, so on the spot fines will apply to court hirers who don’t adhere to the current laws.

 DISCLAIMER: ETDTA Inc. shall not be liable for payment, wholly or in part, of any fines issued by NSW Police or other authorities to players/patrons who are in breach of current laws, including the Public Health (COVID-19 Restrictions on Gathering and Movement) Order 2020 issued under the Public Health Act 2010. COVID-19 is a communicable disease and every effort is made to minimise the possibility of transmission at ETDTA-managed premises. However, in this current environment, risks cannot be fully eradicated. ETDTA Inc. shall not be held liable for any injury or health ailment (such as infection by communicable disease) caused by the use of ETDTA-managed facilities. Court hirers do so at their own risk.