About Tennis Australia
Tennis’ Inclusive Pathway
Are you interested in playing Tennis? As well as mainstream tennis clubs Tennis Australia is establishing a number of tennis development hubs that have completed awareness training around the inclusion of deaf and hard of hearing participants. These hubs are also run by tennis coaches who work with participants with various ranges of hearing losses.
If you are interested in the deaf tennis competitive pathway, we have established development hubs – you can check out the locations of these facilities here.
Check out their flyer as well.
2021 Australian Tennis Championships – 13 – 16 April 2021 in Melbourne Park, Melbourne VIC.
About Table Tennis Australia
Table Tennis is an Olympic, Commonwealth Games and Paralympic sport and is enjoyed by all age sectors of the community from Juniors through to Veterans competitors. The sport is represented in all States and Territories throughout Australia.
Table Tennis Australia is the National Sporting Organisation for the Sport of Table Tennis in Australia and is affiliated with both the ITTF (International Table Tennis Federation) which oversees the international governance and development of Table Tennis and the OTTF (Oceania Table Tennis Federation) which oversees the sport development at a regional level.
Table Tennis Australia’s purpose in accordance with its Strategic Plan is:
“To Lead and Enable the Development and Promotion of Australian Table Tennis”
2021 National Senior, Youth, Junior & Para Championships – 2 – 11 July 2021 in Caloundra, Sunshine Coast QLD
About Swimming Australia
Swimming Australia believes everyone should have the opportunity to swim, and to do so in a fun, safe and friendly environment. An enjoyable learning experience could be the start of a life-long love of swimming, whether that’s competitive or as a part of an active and healthy lifestyle.
2021 Australian Age Swimming Championships – 5 – 12 April 2021 in Gold Coast, QLD.