Stand for Generations
Watching from the grandstand, playing every point from your seat, cheering on your favourite player – there’s nothing quite like it. It doesn’t matter whether you’re watching the best in the world, your team mates or your kids, every experience creates a memory.
Take your place in the stand when you donate to the Stand for Generations program.
A plaque bearing your name, or the name of someone dear to you will be attached to a seat in the grandstand and remain in place for 10 years.
Every dollar received through the Stand for Generations program will help us to develop and build on our tennis programs and to provide a welcoming and comfortable environment for local, national and international visitors.
One of the keys in our future growth of Tennis in Bendigo, will come through the delivery of the Redevelopment of the Bendigo Tennis Complex. This is a project which is being formulated through the efforts of the City of Greater Bendigo, Tennis Australia, State Government of Victoria and the Bendigo Tennis Association.
Following the investment already made into the Complex courts, stakeholders are finalising the design plans for the redevelopment of the clubhouse pavilion, car park area and surrounding landscaping. The project will keep the Centre at the forefront of playing venues in Australia, and further enhance our ability to build the sport of tennis both locally and across the region, as well as ensuring we continue to attract events of a National and International significants to Bendigo.
The vision for the project will result in the following:
Tournament standard courts and facilities
With a strong tournament focus and strength in plexi cushion court numbers, attention now needs to be placed on the clubhouse and centre court to ensure that the quality of off court facilities matches the class of the on court facilities.
National event ready
This project will assist in attracting and delivering events of a regional, state and national significance at the Bendigo Tennis Centre, as well as providing the flexibility to provide a diversity of other events allowing it to operate as a high quality and regionally significant tennis centre for the next 20-30 years.
Developing local champions
The events provided at the centre provide flow on benefits to the region, including providing pathways for aspiring athletes, bringing in significant visitor numbers to the region and give the region exposure to current and future tennis champions (previous competitors at Bendigo Tennis Centre events include Nick Kyrgios, Sam Groth, Daria Gavrilova and Casey Dellacqua).
Please support this vital community project by making a tax deductible donation today!
Great to be part of this wonderful project, which would make Bendigo proud.