About GDTA

The Gawler & District Tennis Association incorporates teams from Gawler and surrounding towns. In the 2016–2017 Summer season the GDTA senior teams are again joined with the Barossa & Light Tennis Association for a continued stronger, more competitive senior Summer Saturday competition. All matches are played on hardcourt surfaces and, with the nine new light towers, competitions are available year round, night and day. The Association caters for both Junior and Senior players, with our two traditional annual tournaments plus some additional Tennis SA matches and tournaments to be included.
G&DTA Secretary, Jaclyn Knott - Contact: secretary@gawlertennis.com.au
G&DTA Junior Secretary, Haydn Leo – Contact: juniors@gawlertennis.com.au
Association phone number: 0477 887 974
The Association’s courts and clubrooms are available for hire, with excellent facilities.
Contact 0477 887 974 for court booking or Mary Meyer for clubroom bookings on 8522 3555
Information about the history of the association can be found at the Now&Then{Gawler} website. Some our more recent activities can be viewed at our facebook page.


A Hot Weather Policy applies to all Senior Grades -  By-Law 11.3.3 All  Saturday senior matches will be cancelled when the estimated Saturday temperature for Nuriootpa is forecast to be 36° or above at 5:30am on the same Saturday as displayed on the Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology website: http://www.bom.gov.au/sa/forecasts/towns.shtml With all Junior Tennis played on Friday nights or starting in the early time-slot at 8.15 on Saturday mornings hot weather is not usually and issue, and will only be cancelled in extreme heat conditions. Both teams can also agree to cancel play if there is wet weather, see Wet Weather Policy below.


1.) Supervisors/Players should endeavor to have their match played to a finish, and, in the event of wet weather, shall wait at least 30 minutes before abandoning a match.
2.) Where a match cannot be finished due to wet weather, the Supervisor/Players shall complete the Score Sheet, with all results to be recorded and totaled.  Details and the time of abandonment must be on the back of the Score Sheet.
3.)  Players must report to their appointed courts, to be credited with major round qualification.