Following the announcement from the Premier of Victoria on Stage 4 restrictions, Vermont South Club is closed from 6pm on 2 August 2020 until further notice.
This means that there is no bowls, tennis, or darts. This also means that no gardening can also take place.
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Following the advice from Tennis Victoria, the tennis section are making the following changes to the restrictions:
A maximum of 20 people in the tennis section at one time.
Coaching of small groups is now permitted.
Play and coaching is now available on all courts.
All other restrictions are still in place. To help us know who is at the club, and ...
The club is delighted to announce that the Tennis Courts will be open on Monday for social hitting and for limited coaching. Please be aware that we still need to follow the guidelines set out by Tennis Victoria. The most important of these are:
No more than 10 people total at the tennis section of the club at one time
Social distancing of 1.5 ...
The Bowls Club AGM scheduled for 28 April will not proceed due to current COVID-19 restrictions. Instead our 26th Annual Report is attached along with a listing of the new Committee nominations.
Members will be invited to read and comment on any matters of interest. If no comments are received within 7 days of posting we will assume tacit approval of ...
Vermont South Club has made the decision to close all tennis activity effective immediately.
This is following the recommendation from Tennis Victoria.
We ask that members and guests do not visit the club to play tennis.
We will update our website and our social media ...
Bowls Victoria has issued advice that spectators should not attend Pennant Finals matches this weekend.
Our Club has been formally recognised for our outstanding contribution to the local community. Federal MP Michael Sukkar presented the Deakin Community Award to us for our efforts in organising and running a weekly bowls program for disabled members of the community. We have been doing this for several years and it has been a rewarding exercise for all ...
The following newspaper story says it all ......
Our Club took some of our junior tennis players to the Australian Open on Australia Day. We competed in Hotshot games winning the orange ball match play and came a close second with the green ball match play. We also got to meet Alicia Molik and Daria Gavrilova and see the major trophies up close. It was a great day with our kids staying out in the heat ...
Trevor Holland was awarded Life Membership of the Vermont South Club at the Annual General Meeting held on 30th October 2017.
Here is a brief history on a man that has been involved with us since 1978. His 40 years are broken down as follows:
1978 Trevor joined the Vermont South Tennis Club.
1980 – 1984 Secretary of the Charlesworth ...