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Talbot Tennis Courts

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1 Bell Street, Talbot VIC 3371

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  • Pay via honesty box
  • Drinks and icy poles available for purchase
  • Picnic tables and lots of seating
  • Undercover seating area
  • Rubbish bins
The A. S. Lodge tennis courts in Talbot are a fantastic sporting facility.

There are four courts within one fenced area, and they are accessible by making payment ($4.00 per court per hour) into an honesty box.

There are also cold drinks ($2.00) and Zooper Dooper icy poles ($0.50) available inside the tennis club building, payment via honesty box.

There are two great undercover seating areas beside the tennis courts with a picnic table and plenty of benches.

Rubbish bins are also available.


Take a look through the following list to discover some of the best picnic spots throughout the Central Goldfields Shire. 

With so many fantastic picnic areas across the region, you're sure to find the perfect destination for your next relaxing day out. 

Situated in the heart of the Victorian Goldfields, Maryborough is filled with grand 19th century architecture and surrounded by box-ironbark forests, gold mining history and a variety of beautiful historic townships. 

As well as visiting local cafes, restaurants, markets and nearby wineries, visitors can explore the region's gold rush history and pastoral roots through the area's many museums, galleries and historic sites. 

Check out our handy Maryborough Visitors Guide.



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