Table Tennis Classes & Lessons for Kids - Pilbara

Western Australia (WA)

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Kent Street, Victoria Park, WA 6100

DFBC / LGBA is “NOT 4 PROFIT” Local Community Sporting Club promoting badminton at grass roots level and developing high performance players to represent their club, state and country with pride and joy. DFBC / LGBA is inclusive and culturally diversified. The Executive Management Team (EMT) is a young dynamic and energetic team of volunteers that networks nine clubs located at Cannington, Bentley, Girrawheen, Melville, Langford, Kingsway, Heathridge, South Lake and Vic Park. Through partnerships ...
Ready Steady Go Kids Subiaco
Ready Steady Go Kids is an action-packed preschool sport and exercise program. Our Physio designed multi-sport activities teach toddlers and kids the fundamentals of 10 different sports: Soccer, Tennis, Golf, Football, Cricket, Athletics, Basketball, Hockey, Rugby and T- Ball, whilst enhancing gross and fine motor skills in a fun, social, non-competitive and supportive environment. We also offer childcare and kindergarten incursions and Birthday Parties!
Conveniently located in Maylands and just 5 kilometres from Perth City, The RISE has all your Health and Fitness needs under one roof. With rear parking and close to public transport, The RISE is a multi-functional facility boasting; 1) 2 air-conditioned indoor courts, 2) A state-of-the-art Function Suite ideal for Weddings, Conferences and Large Meetings, 3) A large Community Hall and Small Meeting Room, 4) Modern gym and motivating Group Fitness ...

Anstey Street, South Perth, WA 6151

Courts The Club currently has 9 grass and 8 acrylic courts. Grass courts are available to MEMBERS ONLY on weekends, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Members are to provide their own balls and arrange their own sets outside the organised social tennis times. Some acrylic courts are available most days to club members free of charge (see Notice Board for further details) and modest hire charges apply for courts usage under lights. A hit up wall at the club provides an ideal facility to work on and improve ...
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