Welcome to Mornington Tennis Club

Mornington Tennis Club is well known on the Mornington Peninsula as being a very welcoming, friendly & social club, with a treasured history and fantastic family / community based atmosphere.

The club currently hosts a large clubhouse with 9 En Tout Cas Tennis Courts, including 5 of which are conveniently floodlit for night tennis. In terms of proximity the club is situated approximately 60km south east of Melbourne, in the main street, of the seaside town of Mornington, on the scenic Mornington Peninsula, where the town is also known for being a popular tourist destination, famous for its glorious untouched beaches, colouful beach boxes, historic pier, wineries & cosmopolitan main street, which is filled with an eclectic mix of world class and casual / alfresco type restaurants, bars, cafes and boutique shops.

So whether your a local or a welcome tourist up for a social hit for fun & fitness or a competitive match or 2, we would like to extend an open invitation, for you, your family and friends to get involved with the Peninsula's favourite Tennis Club MORNINGTON!

President: Jamie Smith Vice President: Frances Pingiaro Secretary: JoAnn Wood Treasurer: Lynn Vestic


Coming Soon

Tim Smith Jandra Kelly Brett Kelly Andrea Heriot Jackie Conboy

The Mornington Tennis Club was established around 1900 and was originally situated on the corner of Queen & Vancouver Streets - Opposite St Peters Church & roughly where the current Mornington Peninsula Shire Offices now exist.

In the forties there were 3 asphalt courts built, with a wooden umpire stand and a quaint shed used as the actual clubhouse. There was also a row of seating, covered by an iron roof between the courts & the backing to Vancouver St, with the entire club being surrounded by a wooden paling fence along Vancouver St and wire netting fencing surrounding the actual courts.

Around 1960 the club moved to it’s current location in Main Street Mornington, (next to the Bays Hospital) where they established 4 En Tout Caas Tennis Courts and the now iconic MTC Clubhouse. In the late 60's courts 5 to 7 were added to the club with a grass area that was converted into a lawn tennis court.

In the early 1970's floodlights were erected on courts 1 & 2 which consisted of lights attached to wires, which were strung high above the court, of which were eventually removed in the early 1980’s. In 1976 courts 8 & 9 were constructed over the grass area to complete the facility and in 1993 new 'stand alone' Floodlights were installed for courts 5 to 9, which finally enabled us to run our very successful night competitions and enable players to practice and be coached in the evenings.