Located in the heart of Glen Waverley, Notting Hill / Pinewood Tennis Club is situated on England Reserve near the intersection of the Monash Freeway and Blackburn Road in the City of Monash.

There have been a number of changes since the amalgamation of Notting Hill Tennis Club with Pinewood Tennis Club on the current site in 1980. With twelve floodlit hard courts, play is possible all year round up until 11 o'clock in the evening.

The standard of play at Notting Hill / Pinewood Tennis Club is varied, so there is no need to feel daunted if you are new to the game or if you have not played for a while. Coaching is available to players of all standards. Wednesday evening Social Tennis session is well supported and a good introduction to the club. It is providing improving players an opportunity to gain more experience and consistency before joining in one of the other club sessions.

More experienced players will find plenty of challenges too. In addition to Tuesday men's doubles, Thursday singles in the evening and Monday and Wednesday ladies doubles, we have teams entered into Victorian Pennant and Waverley District Tennis Association home and away competitions. For the more energetic we also have our annual club championships. Thus there is plenty of opportunity for competitive play.

Our young HOT SHOTS stars are actively managed through Red Ball, Orange Ball & Green Ball stages. With assessements each term progression is monitored, lessons tailored and at the right time the students are encouraged to enter our "After School & Monash League" HOT SHOTS competitions. Taking just 90 minutes each session it is designed to be family and entry level player friendly with an emphasis on "FUN". We then encourage our Juniors to enter into the Winter and Summer Waverley and District Tennis Association competitions along with a programme of activities including regular coaching, squad practice provide ample opportunities for our youngsters.

In this sometimes overly competitive age friendly tennis clubs can be hard to find. However, the welcoming attitude of the association cannot be emphasised too strongly, as our members are well aware that joining a new club can be a daunting prospect. Whilst we are a medium sized club we have retained our sense of community and have embraced the multi-cultural and inclusive aspects of the wider community. We are working with the Monash City Council in their "Lets All Play" programme to enhance our skills in interacting with newly arrived members of our community residing in the Waverley area.