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Decide what membership is best for you. If you are the only person joining the club, then you want a single membership (adult, pensioner or junior/student). But if there are more family members then it may be better to join as a family. Generally if there are 2 adults and 1 child, a family membership will be better for you.

There are no joining fees.

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Membership Benefits

  • Personal accident insurance through Tennis ACT and Tennis Australia

  • Affiliation and registration with Tennis ACT and Tennis Australia

  • Book courts for no charge during the day and pay only a nominal fee for lights at night

  • Play with Pines teams in Canberra Tennis League competitions

  • Play organised social tennis at The Pines including Tuesday and Wednesday night Gala

  • Access to the clubhouse and BBQ facilities including a covered outside seating area.

How to Join

  • Join through the Tennis Act membership portal.

  • Online registration and credit/debit card payment provides immediate access to book a court and club facilities. 

  • If you do not wish to join through the online portal, you may register online and pay by electronic funds transfer or cash to our membership director. Please fill in this membership form.

  • Access to book a court and club facilities as a member will be available as soon as the payment is processed.  

Membership Renewal

  • Current members will be sent a membership renewal email towards the end of their current membership period. The email will have a link for electronic renewal and payment.

  • If preferred members may renew their membership manually by completing the membership form and providing it with the fee to our membership secretary.

Manual Payment Methods

  • We accept cash, cheque and EFT - please arrange to pay the membership coordinator Kerry Scarlett ( in person at the club if you wish to pay cash or cheque.

  • EFT details
    Bank: National Australia Bank
    BSB: 082 923
    Account No.: 035 349 114

  • Fees are non-refundable

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