Wyong Rd & Enterprise Dr, Berkeley Vale NSW 2261, Australia

Athletic Facilities, Athletic Fields

(02) 4388 4101


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Tumbi Indoor Sports is a family-owned and run business. We are a friendly sports centre that offers a wide range of competitions; Volleyball, Netball, Soccer, Cricket and Dodgeball.

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Lisa Mccready
A range of indoor sports from netball too volleyball. Phone them too join a team
Madelyn Smith
The courts are kept in great condition, the comps are well run and fair, with constant monitoring and improvement, and Wayne and Bronwyn are extremely accommodating and helpful. They constantly go out of their way to help you out, whether it's finding players for your team or improving your game. This is the 5th indoor sports centre I have played in, and it is the best.
Chris Katsaros
I saw the actor kid l grown up from home alone here! Didnt know celebrities played local dodgeball comps!
Steve H
Always a great place
gabe p
Well run centre with various sports available. Court surfaces in excellent condition.

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