Find it at: Yarrabee Road, Greenhill

Could this public tennis court have the best view in Australia? We think it must be close.

Yarrabee Road Reserve at Greenhill is a public tennis court which has recently (June 2019) been resurfaced and fencing completed to make them safe and user-friendly. There are no toilets though so make sure you’ve taken care of that before you go.

You’ll find it off Greenhill Road, just past Greenhill Recreation Park where you can also enjoy a walk through the urban streets of Greenhill, Chambers Gully, Waterfall Gully Road Walking Trail and some quiet suburban streets of Burnside.

There’s also a little playground on the same road, not far from the tennis court. There’s not a lot there but you might as well stop for a play before or after tennis (or while you wait your turn if someone else is using the courts)

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