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Squash courts in Sydney

The best places to smack some balls around
A shot of two women playing squash
Photograph: Steve McFarland
By Time Out editors |

Feel like getting your sweat on with a game of squash? Check out these Sydney courts and sports centres...

Sport and fitness

Bondi-Waverley Squash Club

icon-location-pin Bondi Junction

This Bondi Junction set of four courts hires out courts for $30-$35. There's a bar, too... but make sure you shower and change before entering.

Sport and fitness, Tennis and racquet sports

Concord Squash Courts

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You'll find the two courts here behind a small brick shopfront on Majors Bay Road.

Sport and fitness, Gyms

Hiscoes Gym Surry Hills

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They've got four glass-backed squash courts to hire out and, if you're a member, free coaching between 10am and 1pm on Saturdays (it's $17 for non-members, including court hire). The next course starts Saturday October 19 and runs for six weeks.

Sport and fitness, Cricket

Matraville Sports Centre

icon-location-pin Maroubra

There are six glass-backed courts at this multi-facility leisure centre in Heffron Park. Prices range from $20 to $22 an hour.

Sport and fitness, Tennis and racquet sports

Mutch Park Squash Courts

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You'll find four glass-backed squash courts – in good nick – at this small centre near the entry to Mutch Park, behind Eastgardens shopping centre.

Sport and fitness

South Sydney Juniors Rugby League Club

icon-location-pin Kingsford

You might know this mega club for its pokies and RSL-style 'name' acts, but stop by for a game of squash if you're a member (or have a friend who is). They have several glass-backed squash courts.

Sport and fitness, Gyms

Willoughby Squash Centre

icon-location-pin Willoughby

There are ten championship-sized squash courts here, plus two doubles courts. They're glass-backed with balcony-style viewing from above, and there are training squads to join and club round robbin comps. Plus, there are ten table tennis courts.

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