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 by clicking the yellow ball below.



There are eleven Clubs in Tasmania.   Find one near you!

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Latest Statewide and Club News. Click the red ball.


Good Neighbours at NtasCC

A group of 25 from Reclink visited the Northern Tasmanian Croquet Centre. It was fun and for all a learning curve as very little English was spoken.They all left knowing  colours blue,red ,black and yellow. It was a very enjoyable time for all and promises of “we will...

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Oct 2019 NTasCC News

From Lee Turner, Promotions Northern Tasmanian Croquet Centre Committee Director Golf Croquet North Credit to all entrants who played in heavy rain at the start of the HiLo Golf Croquet tournament at the Northern Tasmanian Croquet Centre at the weekend. They were...

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NRCC GC Singles Oct 19-20

Results  Div 1   Winner - Ruth McKean,    R/U Paul Richards Div 2    Winner John Lee-Archer  R/U Stewart von See Div 3     Winner Paul Godard        R/U Robin O’Reilly From Lee turner: Round Robin Events were played in the 3 Divisions and exciting close finishes were...

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NTasCC Mower & GC News

The Northern Tasmanian Croquet Centre committee received a new mower from funding received from the from Tasmanian Community Fund. Paul Boer lawn manager is pictured with members of clubs and community at the handing over the mower. Golf Croquet events in the North in...

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