Welcome to State Tennis Centre

Located on the scenic Burswood Peninsula, only 5 minutes from Perth City and 10 minutes from the Perth Airport, the State Tennis Centre boasts 12 hard courts, each individually lit, and a building comprising state of the art function and conference rooms. With its stunning views of the city and Swan River, the Centre caters for any type of event and is the ideal alternative for your next function.
The State Tennis Centre offers ample free parking, with easy access by entering via the Graham Farmer Freeway and taking the off ramp, which is sign posted for the 'Crown Casino and Tennis Centre'.

The State Tennis Centre has a dynamic team of dedicated event management professionals who are able to plan, design and deliver events of every size and description. This includes gala functions, year-end celebrations, workshops, meetings, conferences, wedddings, team building events and social functions.

We have many years of vital industry experience that allows us to provide creative, conceptual event design and planning to suit every budget.

No matter what your dream event may require, the State Tennis Functions team will ensure that your expectations are exceeded.

 

Stadium Parking Now Available - Book online today!

The State Tennis Centre is now offering parking for all games and events at Optus Stadium.

As a not for profit organisation, all profits raised through parking go directly back into the development of tennis in WA.

To book parking upcoming sporting fixtures or events, click the link below:

https://www.trybooking.com/eventlist/stcparking

 

Please Note: Tennis West wish to advise patrons that our core business is and always will be the sport of Tennis.  Parking at the State Tennis Centre will  be subject to availability, in the event that a tennis event clashes with events at Optus Stadium, priority will always be given to Tennis patrons .  We do however, welcome you custom and thank you for accessing our venue, all proceeds from the parking will be used for the development of Tennis in Western Australia.

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