Woden Squash Centre, 4 Launceston Street, Phillip, 2606.

Based at Woden Squash Centre, the South Canberra Squash Club caters for squash players of all standards and age groups. Coaching is available, along with competitions and activities for both social and serious players. The Centre has 8 courts, a squash shop and a licensed club room.

Annual membership for adults is $25, and $15 for juniors. Junior practice occurs during term time, Mondays 4:30-5:30. Adult social intermediate In-House takes place every Tuesday7-9pm. Pennant runs every Wednesday and Thursday. Club practice takes place every Sunday 10-12 and costs $10. 



Dickson Squash Club, 79 Dickson Place, Dickson.

Founded over 30 years ago, Dickson Squash Club is one of the oldest squash clubs in Canberra. Since then, Dickson has remained a strong and viable club, with six courts and a vigorous, enthusiastic membership. All levels of the sport are catered for - from juniors to seniors, males and females, novices to advanced.

If you‘re new to Canberra and looking for somewhere to play, drop in and see Dick O‘Rourke at Bodyline Sports or 0409 824 487.

To join the club and take part in activities, Annual Club membership is $35.00. Club practice runs each Sunday from 1pm until 5pm. Dickson Juniors run every term on a Friday from 4pm until 5:30pm. This is followed by Junior pennant, either at Dickson or Woden Squash Centre. A 'In-House' junior competition takes place from 6pm for juniors transitioning into junior pennant.  Senior squash pennant competition and in-house intermediate squash competition takes place every week. Ask Dick for more information. 



Active Leisure Centre, McBryde Cresent, Wanniassa, 2903.

Established around 30 years ago, the Vikings Squash Club provides the opportunity for squash players of all standards – beginners to Premier – to play Pennant competition, Social competitions, and weekly practice sessions – as well as social activities and trips away. Squash is the ideal Canberra sport, played in any weather, any time of the year, for fun, fitness and friendly competition. We run Junior tournaments, Club Championships and two social comps – as well as having teams in the ACT Senior and Junior Pennants. We currently have over 100 members playing senior and junior competitions plus social and beginners. We are a growing, fun, friendly and active Club, shown by our winning the ACT Sports Club of the Year Award in 2014. 



Next Gen Health & Lifestyle Club Canberra, 1 Riggall Place, Lyneham, 2602.

North Canberra Squash Juniors is run by Corey Markham, and runs during school term time. It is $90 per semester, and takes place every Sunday between 1-3pm. North Canberra Juniors also compete in Squash ACT junior pennant every Friday. 

Contact Corey for more information - [email protected] 



Rainbow rackets is Canberra's LGBTQ+ squash group. This group meet every Thursday between 6-8pm at Woden Squash Centre. Please contact Nicholas for more information at [email protected] or 0478 771 206



ACT Masters Squash is an established squash association which has been operating in Canberra since 1980. We welcome all squash players, regardless of level, aged 35 and over. To play Masters Squash all you need is a racquet and some enthusiasm for having a good time with good company and getting some exercise while you do it. You don’t have to be a seasoned ‘squashie’. ACT Masters prides itself on offering a friendly way to play squash, where you can be as competitive as you like or not as long as you play with good humour and commitment to the enjoyment of everyone. This is what we call ‘the Masters Spirit’!
If you have recently ‘retired’ from playing squash, are thinking about it, haven’t played for a while and would like to start again, or are a beginner, why don’t you come along and try the Masters approach. We run three competitions a year, played on Monday and Wednesday nights starting at 7.30 pm. On Monday’s we play alternating between Woden and Dickson courts, and on Wednesday nights at Weston Creek Community Centre and Woden. These regular competitions are mixed and graded so that all standards of squash ability are catered for, from top grades to beginners. 




All our clubs throughout Canberra have courts on site.



Building 29, University of Canberra, University North Drive, 2617.

3 courts available for social and casual hire. There is no membership or coaching on offer at this venue. Courts cost $20 per hour ($15 for students). UC FitX offers 10 x 1 hour passes for $160 ($120 for students), making this venue the most cost-friendly venue in Canberra. Ball and racket hire are available. Open between 6:45am to 7:45pm Weekdays, and 10:15 to 2:45pm Weekends.

Contact UC FitX at [email protected] or 6201 2542



Weston Creek Community Centre, Parkinson Street, Weston, 2611.

This venue offers 4 glass-back courts, with 24 hour access. The office is open Monday-Friday 8:30am until 5pm. Out of hours court access is available via door keypad code. Courts are $22 per hour until 5pm, and $28 after 5pm. Racket hire is avilable during office opening hours.

Contact Weston Creek Community Squash Centre at 02-62881144 / 0466726785.



4 Launceston Street, Phillip, 2606.

This venue boasts the highest quality courts in Canberra, with 8 hard-back courts on offer. Woden Squash Centre is the home of Squash ACT offices, and is the hub for most tournaments in the ACT. Court costs vary. Monday-Thursday 4-10pm is $35 per hour. Weekends 1-5pm is $22 per hour. All courts outside these times are off peak, and cost $22 per hour. Regular block bookings can be accessed for $30 per hour. All Squash ACT registered juniors receive free courts at Woden Squash Centre. Junior sessions run Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday - more details are available on the Juniors page. Out of hour 24-hour access is available, please contact [email protected] for more information.



Yass Soldiers Club, 86 Meehan Street, Yass, 2582.

Located just outside the ACT, Yass Squash Club have a thriving junior programme that feeds into Squash ACT. Cub practice occurs every Sunday 3-4pm, and junior training takes place 2-3pm on Sunday. Junior competition runs Wednesday afternoons, and senior competition runs Wednesday evening.

Contact Lisa at [email protected] for more information.



The Australian National University, 19 North Road, Acton, 2601.

ANU Sport has 2 squash courts located in Building 19. Rackets and balls are available for hire.



NextGen Canberra, 1 Riggall Pl, Lyneham ACT 2602.

NextGen boasts 5 glass-back squash courts and great spa facilities. This is a members only club, and courts can only be accessed via paid membership. More can be found here.


For All Junior Squash Enquiries please contact Tayla Mounter, Sports Development Officer: Head Coach, Participation and Performance at [email protected] or 0477 953 986.