Taree Basketball Stadium is situated at Bligh St Chatham
The Stadium complex is located in the heart of Taree sporting precinct at Taree Recreational Grounds and is operational 45 weeks of the year.
A 2 Court facility that caters for basketball from 2.5years of age to veterans.
It is used as a multipurpose venue, catering for futsal, badminton, indoor netball, wheelchair basketball and major events such as Questacon.
WANTING TO PLAY
Active Kids Vouchers:
We accept Active Kids Vouchers for all of our school aged based programs.
Mini Hoops is a gross motor program, with a focus on basketball skills for children, 2.5 – 5 years of age.
Aussie Hoops is a fundamental, skill based program that runs for 8 weeks, each school term. To register go to: aussiehoops.com.au and follow the links.
Taree’s Programs are held on Thursday afternoons (4 – 4:45pm) and Saturday mornings (9-9:45 am). Register online!
Tiny Tornadoes is on Saturday mornings from 9.45am to 10.30am. The aim of this class is to get kids started in basketball. They are taught basketball through skill based games that are fun. Then put into a team for the morning and play
Super 10s & Super 12s:
These are our aged based competitions and they are both played on Saturday Mornings. If you want to play in the Super 10’s or Super 12’s come to Taree Basketball Stadium 10:30am Saturdays and you will be put in a team
Under 14s – 18s
Our Under 14s play on a Tuesday afternoon and the 16/18s take the court on Thursdays
Senior basketball is Tuesday night from 6.00pm call in to the stadium, message on Facebook or email to be put in a team
On a representative level we have 10 teams, from Under 12s to 18s, that play in the Basketball NSW Waratah Junior League.
To try out for rep teams please follow our web page or Facebook. Tryout dates will be posted. This is around November till the season ending July
Board Of Taree Basketball Association
Paul Healy – Life member
Garry Stephen – Life Member
2017 saw the Tornadoes win 4 titles in the Northern Junior League. Our player number have increased but more important is the quality of basketball played. St Josephs Primary School won the Catholic Schools Challenge, all Tornadoes players and Coached by Steve Atkins and Miranda Bourke.
Taree Basketball was back in every league for the 2017. Players, coaches and officials all had a great time and look forward to the 2018 season.