There are eight different tennis regions in Queensland acknowledged by Tennis. Each of these are governed by a Regional Assembly (RA) who’s delegates guide the delivery of tennis in the local area.Tennis Queensland provides annual incentive funding to each RA to invest in the opportunities that matter most to their local clubs.
Grants and Funding Current grant opportunities. Get Started Program Amount: Voucher valued up to $150 Opening Date: 15 July 2015 Closing Date: 30 September 2015 Objective: Get Started is one of three funding programs that comprise the Queensland Government’s Get in the Game initiative to support grassroots sport and recreation.
Rockhampton will become the centre of Queensland Tennis this weekend when more than 150 people descend on the city for the JDS State Finals.The biggest tennis junior development… Read more Qld clubs and coaches get ready for an inclusive tennis spike
Funding for the initiative will comprise equal contributions from Tennis Queensland, the Department of Education and individual Queensland state schools, on a ‘third-share’ basis. “The Palaszczuk Government is already a key sponsor of the Brisbane International and Brisbane International Schools Challenge.
Clubs. In this section tennis clubs can find information about becoming an affiliate, insurance, hosting tournaments, different funding options, facility development matters and resources that are available to assist your club with its administration.
29 September 2021 | Tennis Queensland. There’s been a quiet revolution happening in tennis over the last 12 months and it’s leading to greater participation numbers among the sport’s seniors players in Queensland. In July 2020, the International Tennis Federation announced the 30+ age group would be introduced to the ITF Seniors Tour to ...
Administered by the Queensland Department of Justice and Attorney-General. The objective of the fund is to allocate funding to not-for-profit community groups to help them provide services, leisure activities and opportunities for Queensland communities. There are multiple funding rounds each year and the funding limit is between $500 and $35,000.
Deputy Premier Steven Miles announced the $10 million funding on Thursday, aimed at lowering the cost of insurance in the north. He says the grants are available to 33 councils and the Weipa Town Authority in high-risk, cyclone-prone coastal areas within 50 kilometres of the coastline, to "reduce the impacts of natural disasters ... while also helping to make insurance more affordable".