Welcome to Karori United Tennis Club

Karori United Tennis Club (KUTC)

Karori United is one of Wellington's largest and most vibrant tennis clubs, with more than 260 senior, midweek and junior members, regularly socialising and competing on our three modern synpave courts, which we can floodlight for evening play.  We're a great choice for those just seeking to have fun through to club sessions and interclub competition, and we have engaged a coaching academy that provides excellent coaches available to service your needs.   

For general information about the club, download our KUTC brochure 2023.

For information on our fees and membership categories refer to the Membership tab  on this website.    Membership runs from 1 September each year to 31 August of the next year.  However, if  you are intending to come along to one of our club sessions as a trial, our normal sessions are as follows:

Seniors:  Saturday afternoons from 1330 to 1730 hours; Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 1930 to 2200 hours.

Midweek: Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 0900 (summer) 0930 (winter) to 1200 hours.

Juniors: Friday evenings (in school terms 1 and 4)  from 1730 to 1900 hours.

Refer to our Facebook and Instagram pages for reports and upcoming club events:  https://www.facebook.com/karoritennis/ ;     https://www.instagram.com/karoriunitedtennisclub      

Website Quick Links

Click here to find out about our Membership Options

Members Click here to Book a Court

External Links

Tennis Newsletter/Facebook Sign-up Links

Sponsors and Supporters  

Lists of our sponsors and supporters are provided under the Sponsors tab  on this website

Important Club Documents 

Terms and Conditions of Membership

The Club's Executive Committee is elected each year at the Club's Annual General Meeting and is authorised by the Club's Constitution  to issue bylaws that must be observed and obeyed by the Club's members.   In this context, the Club's Executive Committee has formulated and issued Terms and Conditions of Membership that are incumbent on the Club's members.     These Terms and Conditions may be found here.   


The Club is an incorporated society and holds an Inland Revenue exemption certificate as having charitable status.   Its current Constitution, which requires updating to comply with the new Incorporated Societies Act 2022, may be found here

The Constitution was amended in November 2016 to meet new IRD rules for the maintenance of the Club's charitable status and providing, among other things, that no member may benefit from the winding up of the Club.    The amendment may be found here.

Performance Report

The Club issues a  Performance Report each year that sets out the financial results for its financial year ending 31 May, together with comments on the financial results.    The Performance Report for the year ending 31 May 2023 may be found here.       

How to find us

Karori United Tennis Club
16 Campbell St

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Our Partner

New Zealand Community Trust