KGV Recreation Centre will be running casual Badminton weekly on Tuesday's and Thursday's
Badminton is a fun racquet sport that's easy to learn and suitable for all ages. It is played using racquets to hit a shuttlecock across a net. Badminton is played on a rectangular indoor court and can be played as singles or doubles. Points are scored by striking the shuttlecock with the racquet and landing it within the opposing side's half of the court.
Badminton is a great way to improve your health and fitness, gain new skills while meeting new friends. It will improve movement and assist with coordination and hand eye skills.
Come by yourself or bring a friend, everyone will share the courts when they play.
For more information about the centre, please visit our website.
Please note that no accident/ injury insurance will be provided.
Participants play at their own risk. If you have any concerns about participating in the sport, please speak with you medical professional. All players will need to book prior to attending the session.
Please bring your own equipment as there will be limited equipment available for use.
KGV Recreation Centre is committed to our Covid-19 Safety Plan, which includes enforcing of social distancing and good hygiene practices, player and centre attendee contact tracing, as well as cleaning and sanitation of all equipment and competition spaces.
Health and safety conditions
The safety of our communities, customers and staff is our priority. While at our centre:
Do not attend if you are unwell
Notify staff if you start to feel unwell
Bring your own water bottle as the water fountain will remain closed.
Arrive no sooner than 5 mins prior to the start of the program
Complete a contact tracing form upon entry
Maintain 1.5m physical distance where practical
Arrive ready to play as change rooms including showers have minimal usage
Wash or sanitise your hands on entry and regularly throughout and on exit.
Bring your own sports equipment as there will be limited equipment available for hire
Follow the centre’s signage and conditions of entry along with staff directions
No spectators allowed