Tennis Courts and Golf Clubs

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Tennis in Cockburn

There are a number of ways to play tennis in Cockburn, from local clubs to City-managed courts. Please see below for bookings and contact information.

Coolbellup Tennis Club

Len Packham Reserve, 96 Cordelia Avenue, Coolbellup
Contact: 0417 490 122 or coolbelluptennis@hotmail.com

Coogee Beach Tennis - 2 courts

Coogee Beach Reserve, Cockburn Road, Coogee
(near Discovery Parks Caravan Park, entrance to car park off Powell Road)
FREE use of courts during daylight hours, no booking required.  For night time use with lights, contact the booking officer.
Contact: City of Cockburn Booking Officer on 08 9411 3444

Anning Park Courts - 2 courts

770 North Lake Road, South Lake
(near Jandakot Hall)
FREE use of courts during daylight hours, no booking required.  For night time use with lights, contact the booking officer.
Contact: City of Cockburn Booking Officer on 08 9411 3444

Golf in Cockburn

Cockburn Disc Golf

Disc Golf is a game that people of all ages can play. It is played with similar rules to traditional golf. However, instead of hitting a ball with a club, players throw a frisbee-shaped disc from a tee pad to an elevated metal basket to complete each hole.

The aim of the game is to complete the course in the least number of throws. Find out how to play disc golf and download a course scorecard from under Documents below.

The Cockburn Disc Golf Course is in MacFaull Park on Pomfret Road, Spearwood. The course is free to play on and is made up of nine holes in park land surroundings. Discs can be purchased from the City administration building at $15 per disc. Please contact the City prior to coming in to check that discs are in stock.

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Contact

Address

9 Coleville Crescent,
Spearwood 6163

PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965

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