In Tasmania there are Ten Clubs where visitors and new players are always welcome.

Northern Clubs & Centres

1) Royal Park

75x75 Royal Park croquetThis picturesque little club is Tasmania’s oldest and was formed in 1907.  It is situated near the junction of the Tamar and North and South Esk Rivers on  the perimeter of the beautiful  Royal Park.


2) East Launceston

East Launceston CroquetThe club is on Windmill Hill and has been at that site since 1916. This is a designated area for low impact sports. We share the hill with a tennis club, bowls club and the new aquatic centre. The position is within walking distance of the CBD and there are a number of very good B & Bs in the immediate vicinity.

3) St Leonards

St Leonards CroquetThe Busiest Croquet Club in Tasmania.

 

3) Northern TAS Croquet Centre

75x75-northern-tas-centreThe centre is part of a multi sports complex situated at St Leonards, a suburb of Launceston.  It is a co-operative of Northern Tasmanian Croquet Clubs –  East Launceston, Royal Park, St Helens and St Leonards.

Southern Clubs

1) New Town

New Town CroquetNew Town Croquet Club was founded in 1908 and is set in picturesque surroundings with three top quality courts, next to a sports oval, bowls club and netball courts..  Membership covers all standards of play from absolute beginners and those looking for gentle exercise and fun right through to top level play.  Visitors are always welcome.

2) Eastern Shore

75x75-Eastern-Shore-CroquetEastern Shore has two full sized lawns. Draws for play are conducted 5 minutes prior to start. Visitors are welcome at any time – please phone the club to make arrangements, Visitor fee is $4 per day.

3) Sandy Bay

75x75-Sandy-Bay-CroquetOnly a ten-minute drive or bus ride from central Hobart, the Sandy Bay Croquet Club offers an excellent experience. Set in the picturesque recreational area of Lower Sandy Bay, the Club offers social games, competitions and social events.

4) Kingston

75x75-Kingston-CroquetThe Kingston Croquet Club was officially opened on 23 April 1981 after three years planning by a committee, led by the late David Johnstone, after negotiations with the Kingborough Council who built the lawns and Clubhouse.

North West Clubs

1) Devonport

Devonport-CroquetDevonport Croquet offers social and competitive play in Association, Golf Croquet and Ricochet.

2) Latrobe

Latrobe Croquet

Latrobe Club is Tasmania’s newest club being formed on April 1st 2016.  It has room for 4 full size courts, 2 of which have floodlights .

East Coast Clubs

1) St Helens

St-Helens-CroquetSt Helens Croquet Club began in 2002. It is situated at the St Helens Sporting Complex on the northern side of town. .

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