Below is a list of the top and leading Sports Clubs in Hobart. To help you find the best Sports Clubs located near you in Hobart, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Hobart’s Best Sports Clubs:
The top rated Sports Clubs dealing with sports and recreation activities are:
- Hobart Real Tennis Club
- Hobart Zebras Football Club
- Hobart Greyhound Racing Club
Hobart Real Tennis Club
Hobart Real Tennis Club, founded in 1875, is one of the oldest sporting clubs in the southern hemisphere. It is the oldest real tennis club in Australia and one of the oldest active clubs in the real tennis world.
Tennis Sports Club
Address: 45 Davey St, Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: (03) 6231 1781
“Amazing building with rich history of Hobart and a world renowned racket sport (Royal Tennis).” – Esther Wynhoven
Hobart Zebras Football Club
Hobart Zebras Football Club was formed in 1956, originally known as Hobart Juventus Soccer Club. The Club was formed by Italian immigrants who had a great passion for football. After a slow start to their history, the Southern and State Premierships started to roll in, not to mention the Statewide Cups & Pre-Season Cups.
Football Sports Club
“Football club where you can play with friends at poker or darts and have a beer or a drink in good company. There is the possibility to watch football or cricket matches live. Medium-sized but welcoming environment. It has a small parking lot. The club is alongside the Italian club of Hobart.” – Marco Sangiorgi
Hobart Greyhound Racing Club
Hobart Greyhound Racing Club (HGRC) is located at Elwick Park, a tri-code racing facility in Glenorchy, approximately 10 kilometres north of Hobart, Tasmania’s capital city.
The HGRC is very proud to be home to Tasmania’s only Group One greyhound race – The Hobart Thousand. This time honoured, prestigious event was first run in 1939 and is still a major race on the National racing calendar, consistently attracting the best greyhounds from around the country, along with big crowds, ‘The Thousand’ holds a special place in the hearts and history of the national greyhound racing community and is the longest running Classic event on the Australian greyhound racing calendar.
Grandstand, Greyhound Racing, Bistro
“Family friendly.” – Denise Toth