Sports centres & clubs

Useful information about running a sports club and available support networks can be found on this page. A list of our indoor sports centres is also listed here.

Men playing indoor soccer
The Crows Nest Indoor Sports Centre supports a wide range of team sports and gym based activities throughout the year. Mixed sports such as basketball and tennis are played as well as senior and junior seasonal sports, making the centre a hub for the community to get active!   Location 7312 New England Highway, Crows Nest - Google Map (opens in a new window)   Facilities Fully equipped gymnasium Cardio equipment Multi-purpose sport courts for: Basketball Tennis ...
Staff member holding weights at Millmerran indoor sports facility
Located at 40-48 Commens Street, Millmerran, the Millmerran Indoor Sports Centre is an active part of the community, with a wide range of mixed sporting activities for junior and senior teams as well as a healthy program of coordinated fitness activities such as kids Karate classes, and kids and adults boxing classes. Location 40-48 Commens St, Millmerran (Google map) Open hours Monday to Friday: 6am - 10am and 3pm - 7pm. Contact details The facility is managed on behal ...
Highfields Fitness & Recreation Centre With two indoor courts and a well equipped gym, the Highfields Fitness and Recreation Centre can cater for a wide range of sporting activities. You can enjoy aqua-aerobics, learn to swim and swim fit classes, gym sessions, group fitness classes and personal training sessions. Or you could meet up with your friends for a game of netball, indoor soccer, basketball, tennis, badminton or indoor bowls. It's up to ...
We provide advice to help you ensure your club is well organised and maintained. + - Keeping sport fun and safe Click to collapse Fun is the number one motivator for young children in sport and in life. Forget winning and focus on fun. If they're having fun you can teach them just about anything. Help them to develop broad physical skills like balance, agility and coordination. Incorporate some sport-specific activities, but only if they're fun and they ...
We are pleased to support the Sports Darling Downs, a not-for-profit organisation that was established in 1999 to foster sport throughout the Darling Downs region. The aim of Sports Darling Downs is to distribute funds to sporting individuals, teams and organisations to assist their development and to help ease the financial burden often suffered as a result of the pursuit of excellence in sport.   ...
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