Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton, and table tennis using a paddle and plastic ball with holes. It is a game that is appropriate for players of all ages and skill levels. Rules for pickleball are simple, making it a great introductory sport. It can also be quite the challenging, fast-paced, and competitive game when people become more experienced at playing.

Pickleball is Ideal for All Skill Levels

It can be easy for practically anyone to learn how to play the game. Whether you’re a beginner who just wants to learn a new sport for fun, or you’re a seasoned player who craves the thrill of more competitive play, pickleball offers something for everyone.

Pickleball is a Social Activity

Because a pickleball court is smaller than a tennis court (you can actually convert one tennis court into four pickleball courts). So, if you’re looking to bond with your family or have an outing with friends new or old, pickleball makes it easy to do just that while also giving you the ability to fit in a fun workout.

Playing Pickleball is Healthy

Pickleball allows you to work on your balance, agility, reflexes, and hand-eye coordination without putting excessive strains on your body. Pickleball is a wonderful alternative for older players who used to play tennis, but have physical limitations such as hip, shoulder, knee, or other joint problems.

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Pickleball Association Queensland has clubs and places to play throughout the state that host social play sessions for complete beginners to advanced players. Most clubs and venues provide paddles and balls to get you started and offer instruction on how to play pickleball. Some of the venues also offer pickleball coaching and drill sessions.

                           WHERE TO PLAY PICKLEBALL IN NOOSA                               and Sunshine Coast

Noosa Tennis Club

To join us for play at the Noosa Tennis Club you must sign up via Meetup. Due to Covid-19 restrictions we have to limit the number of players to 16 total. Unexpected arrivals will be turned away.  Cost is $10 for two hours.

To register to play visit: 


Other Sunshine Coast Pickleball venues - Caloundra                                                 (run by the U3A )  *** Starting soon, contact Bruce Winther for more information via email: 


For those interested in learning to play pickleball or wanting to give it a try, the Noosa Leisure Centre, will offer 'First Go' lessons on Friday and Sundays. Check the NLC website for details:

Disregard the schedule below until the Covid-19 restrictions are completely lifted.


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