Canberra General

Canberra This Summer


Canberra Tennis Centre is excited to host the APIS Canberra International between January 05 to 12, 2020! 

Though hours are varying across the December and January Summer Holidays, Canberra Tennis Centre will be open for members and non members to book across most days.

Leading up to December 23, hours are as usual and Cardio and other programs are running without change. However, on the days leading up to Christmas and Boxing Days and the week leading up to New Year’s Day, hours are slightly altered.

Following New Year’s Day, the APIS Canberra International kicks off – be sure to get your tickets for a chance to see some of the world’s best up and coming tennis players. During the tournament, there is limited court availability. Casual hitters can still hire our synthetic and clay courts.

After the tournament, standard hours will resume however we will be closed on the Monday after Australia Day.

Kids holiday camps are running for players aged 4 to 12 across January 20 to 24, 2020. Be sure to register to ensure your spot.

Reminder: Last day of the coaching term is Saturday, December 21, 2019.






APIS Canberra International

Canberra will cement itself in the summer of tennis alongside the inaugural ATP Cup via hosting the highest level ATP Challenger event in Australia and the most significant combined event the capital has ever seen.   The Apis Canberra International,  will take place from 6-12 January 2020 with a men’s ATP Challenger 125 and women’s USD$25,000 ITF World Tennis Tour event.

The men’s ATP  125 event, will offer over USD$160,000 in prize money, more than double the amount previously offered at a Canberra event.  The highest level event on the ATP Challenger Tour, Canberra joins an elite group of cities hosting an ATP 125 event globally.

Kim Kachel, CEO at Tennis ACT expressed excited for the event. “It will also be fantastic to showcase the rising stars of the women’s game with it being the first time we have hosted a women’s Pro Tour in January at the redeveloped Canberra Tennis Centre.”

Tickets are on sale now.