Orrong Park Tennis Centre

February 2022 - Orrong Park multi-courts opening

Orrong Park Tennis Centre will re-open to tennis and netball from 27 February, after a 16-month rebuild.

The old tennis courts closed in late-2021 for a full redevelopment and transform them into a multi-court facility accommodating five tennis and five netball courts. Originally slated for a mid‑2022 return, the project was unavoidably delayed, and the construction timeline pushed back to resolve latent conditions discovered during the excavation of the old courts.

To complement the new multi-courts we’ve upgraded the drainage, added new perimeter fencing and new energy-efficient LED lighting – creating a contemporary facility that will be enjoyed by club members and the community for many years to come.

The redevelopment of the courts was jointly funded by the City of Stonnington and Victorian Government.

What you need to know about the new Orrong Park multi-courts

To welcome back sport at Orrong Park we've compiled a list of Q&As - answering your questions about the new courts and how to book them.

Question: What sports can be played on the courts?
Answer: Tennis and netball

Question: When are the courts open for bookings?
Answer: You can book a court from Monday 27 February via the Stonnington Tennis website.

Question: What time will games start?
Answer: The facility opens at 8.30am and games start from that time onwards

Question: What time will games be played until?
Answer: The facility closes at 10pm and tennis can be played until that time. Netball games will finish no later than 9pm.

Question: How do I join a netball team?
Answer: For information on joining a netball team visit Stonnington Netball.

Question: Where is the best place to park?
Answer: There is very limited parking available so we highly recommend using active transport to get to the courts.

For those who live nearby we suggest leaving the car at home to either walk or ride a bike. Bike parking is available next to the Geoff Hickey Pavilion on Sydney Street.

There are also trains, trams and buses within easy walking distance.


  • Toorak Station (Frankston, Pakenham, Cranbourne lines)


  • Route 72 (Stop 37, Toorak Station)
  • Route 6 (Stop 38, cnr High Street and Orrong Road)


  • Route 604 (Toorak Station/Orrong Road)
  • Route 605 (Malvern Road/Orrong Road)

Plan your journey on the PTV website.

Also, to make drop off and pick up as easy as possible we have introduced a 5-minute zone on Orrong Road. If you must come by car, we strongly encourage carpooling where possible.

Visit the Stonnington Tennis Centres website for more information, bookings, and programs.