Clubhouse Redevelopment

It has been recognised that the clubhouse and hall facility at the East Fremantle Tennis Centre is past its “Use-by” date.  Escalating maintenance costs, ongoing security concerns, low quality kitchen and bathroom amenities and sub-optimal utilisation of the spectacular site all combine to indicate that a strategy to replace or refurbish the existing facility is overdue.

The Board of Management has established a sub-committee to develop options for redevelopment of the Clubhouse, surrounding grounds and carpark.  All options are currently on the table including refurbishment/enhancement of the current building or a complete rebuild.

This will be an exciting time for the club and we’d love input from club members.  If you’d like to offer feedback, or join the Clubhouse Redevelopment sub-committee, please email or have a chat to the current sub-committee members:

The Redevelopment Subcommittee: Paul Hemsley – Steve Burdett – Stuart Crole – Brian McDonald – Bev Sinclair – Glen Crosbie.

Latest News:

MOU Signing 6th Oct 2018

Graeme Smith (EFLTC President) and Gordon Lee (FTTC President), with Paul Hemsley (Clubhouse Redevelopment Sub-committee) sign the MOU to work together to develop a shared facility.


Clubhouse Redevelopment Philosophy

Project Management Plan                       Design Options                              Preferred Design

Project Budget                              Facility Lifecycle Budget                              Funding Plan

Clubhouse Redevelopment AGM 2018 report



Other Related EFLTC Documents:

Constitution (2017 draft)                By-Laws (2017 draft)                10-Year Capital Works Plan                Business Plan – 2018 to 2023


Useful External Links:

Town of East Fremantle – Recreation and Community Facilities Strategy – Dec 2016

Tennis Australia – National Tennis Facility Planning and Development Guide – March 2013

Tennis Australia – Facility Development and Management Framework (Tennis 2020 Blueprint) – 2012

Tennis Queensland – Technical Manual for the Design, Construction and Management of Tennis Facilities – 2008