Welcome to Croquet Tasmania

Croquet is a sport which has been around in its present form since the 1850s

  • It doesn’t require any special physical strength.
  • Men and women, young and old, can play on equal terms and kids love it.
  • It is a sport for individuals, families, social groups, business groups, service clubs and everyone.
  • It is an inexpensive means of getting regular exercise.
  • It is played in the open air throughout the year, in all weather(but it can be played indoors using pucks instead of balls).
  • It is played both socially and competitively.
  • Many croquet skills, physical and tactical, are found in other sports such as golf, bowls, chess and billiards.
  • It is played in all States of Australia and many countries of the world.

The Game

Learn about the game of croquet and some of its variations here.


With 10 different locations across Tasmania find a club near you today!


Latest Statewide and Club News

Latest News

Kingston Club Newsletter June 2017

19 HOOP GOLF CROQUET COMPETITION: This competition was held in perfect weather and proved to be extremely successful. The competition was won by Sue Beattie and runner up was Rob McAdam whilst the Plate was won by Ian Bassett. The Committee would like to thank Peter...

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NTCC - The Northern Tasmanian Croquet Centre.  (from Joan Williams) To avoid confusion it is suggested that the Northern Tasmanian Croquet Centre is referred to as NTasCC or the Centre. NTasCC is a Venue for Croquet, provided by and leased from the Launceston City...

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Warm GC referees wanted

if any GC Referees who plan to visit  Brisbane  for the Interstate Golf Croquet Championships 30th August – 10th September in Brisbane City, are prepared to referee please contact one of the following  Tournament Ref Keith McLeod, email; agari10@gmail.com Tournament...

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Southern Victory

The South was victorious in the annual North versus South Challenge held at Sandy Bay.. Thank you to the Sandy Bay Club  for hosting the competition and feeding and watering the contestants on a very cold day. The Southern team (pictured, L to R): Graham Keating,...

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