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Tennis Queensland’s ‘Book a Court’ system is encouraging Queenslanders to stay active.
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When packing the boot of the car for your next road trip, make sure to leave some extra room for your tennis racquet, because Tennis Queensland is giving us even more reason to keep active while on holiday.

Tennis Queensland’s new initiative, ‘Book a Court’, is an online court booking system which utilises keypad technology and online payments to create easy access to courts across Queensland.

Within a few clicks, players can book a court online, making it the perfect excuse to keep the legs moving while on your next road trip through Queensland.

Using the new system is as simple as searching for a local postcode and then selecting the time you wish to play before being sent the access code fifteen minutes prior to your booking.

The booking system has also been given funding by the Government’s ActiveKIT Wellbeing Grant, to support the active industry and encourage more Queenslanders to get moving.

The new Tennis Queensland, ‘Book a Court’ system gives an opportunity for local clubs to welcome occasional and one-off players and to continue to promote the message that families continue to stay active, even while on holiday.

Improving the booking process has seen multiple benefits for clubs as well as players, with reduced administration costs as well as utilising a COVID-19 friendly, hands-off way of welcoming people to local courts.

So, if you are planning your next road trip through Queensland, be sure to pack your tennis racquet, find a local court online and get ready to unleash your competitive side. 

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