Everyone is welcome to come and play badminton in the Multi Purpose Hall at Whitebridge High School, Lonus Avenue, Whitebridge NSW Australia in Lake Macquarie near Newcastle

  • Tuesday evenings 7 to 9 pmSee lower for NON PLAYING nights.

Extra information and cost.

  • Beginners and more accomplished players most welcome with plenty of room on three courts.
  • Cost $8 per person per night - club racquets available until you decide to buy your own. No fees payable on your first night.
  • Park in Lonus Avenue and enter by the small gate just before the first classroom block. A sign next to the gate says "Access to Multi Purpose Centre" 
  • We can no longer play in school holidays and the school also uses the Hall occasionally on Tuesday evenings.  NON PLAYING NIGHTS -  Tuesdays 17 October, 7 & 14 November.
  • Children under 18 must be under the direct supervision of a parent or carer

Contact us.

Comments or Questions

Info@whitebridgebadminton.org
Or call Paul on 4946 0580

Our History.

Whitebridge Badminton started on Thursday 2 February 2012 and has successfully completed its fifth year - most of the initial players were from two groups who played for many years on two courts at Reay Park Hall at the end of Ocean Street Dudley. They lost their venue at the end of 2010 when Lake Macquarie City Council decided the hall was unsafe and late in 2011 the groups received funding to start up at Whitebridge High School. As the hire fees are considerably more than at Dudley, LMCC underwrote the fees and some advertising to allow numbers to be built up and make the new arrangement self supporting. The fees have been increased from $6 to $8 to continue to keep us self supporting but are still reasonable compared with other venues and sports. On 3 August 2017 we changed from 7.30 to 9.30 pm to an earlier start 7 to 9pm.

The High School venue provides us with more courts and is a more accessible site than the end of Ocean Street - so it could be seen as a better venue than we had before - excepting the occasional school usage and not being allowed to play in school holidys from March 2017.

New players are very welcome (male and female) - we play socially without any set competitions enjoying a time of healthy excercise with good company.