Become a member of Queensland's premier table tennis club and discover a new place for games, events, and community. The Brisbane Table Tennis Association offers several membership options, to allow you to select the membership package that is best for you.
Here's a great new deal for members.All of our members receive Public Liability Insurance which protects individuals whilst they are participating in table tennis.
|SOCIAL 3 - (3 Social Mornings per Week)||$500|
|SOCIAL 2 - (2 Social Mornings per Week)||$420|
|SOCIAL 1 - (1 Social Morning per Week)||$290|
Valued at more than $2,000 Gold Membership is now only $1,100 pa.
The club is now open 7 days a week excluding public holidays.
This membership is for the keen table tennis player who plays 3 times per week or more who wants to have a fixed annual price for their table tennis. Gold membership includes
Pay once and you don't have to pay for any other regular club activity throughout the year. This membership also includes all of the benefits of Club Membership. Please note: practice sessions are subject to the centre being open for practice and table availability (see fair share policy).
Alternatively, still with an annual commitment, a monthly direct debit option is available to members for $120 per month for 11 months. With the monthly payment option, the member will be registered with TTQ immediately after the second direct debit is received. The monthly payment option is only available to commence in January or February 2020.
Families who simply can’t get enough table tennis now can get access to unlimited practice, coaching, and fixtures for an entire year. (This is for immediate families.)
The silver membership is $500 pa. This membership includes:
The silver membership is $420 pa. This membership includes:
The bronze membership is $290 pa. This membership includes:
Brisbane Table Tennis is expanding. We now 18 competition courts, 7 practice tables, and 2 multi-ball courts. During very busy times all members and guests need to share the courts in a fair way. For example, if we have more players than courts then the Controller will organise for players to switch around to ensure everyone gets a fair go. Organised competitions and squad sessions take precedence on the competition courts on table allocation versus general practice.
Please note: if a coach has booked one of the multi-ball courts for private coaching then they will be given priority.