Tennis Court Constructions of Queensland is Australia’s leading builder and supplier of tennis courts as well as a full range of leisure and sports surfaces including netball and basketball courts, aged care sporting facilities, bowling greens, mini courts, cricket pitches, pickle ball courts and an extensive range of surfaces for driveways, airstrips, wharves and industrial spaces.
Whatever your sporting surface needs, we can offer the best advice on which surface to choose and the most efficient method of installation.
As tennis players and professionals, we offer superior advice in terms of where to position your court in relation to the rest of your property, ensuring a seamless playing experience and a good looking solution for your home and lifestyle.
You can try our tennis court surfaces at our Carseldine headquarters where we also offer a full range of coaching services.
Trevor Buchanan and his experienced team design and install a diverse range of tennis courts and sporting surfaces tailored for your individual requirements. They specialise in rubberised bitumen courts because of their durability, the quality of the finished court, the superior playability and their all-weather surface.
Tennis Court Constructions of Queensland is fully accredited and has over 50 years’ experience in tennis court building and the construction of a range of sports playing surfaces and industrial spaces. The company has a Queensland Building and Construction Commission Licence, is an Associate Member of the Master Builders’ Association, holds a New South Wales Fair Trading Contractor Licence, is a member of the Housing Industry Association and a member of the Tennis Professionals Association of Australia. Trevor is one of Australia’s longest registered tennis coaches so can provide the best advice in terms of building and playing on your court.
At Tennis Court Constructions of Queensland we take environmental preservation and conservation seriously. When building and delivering your new tennis court we aim to tread lightly and disrupt the landscape as little as possible.