Wyong Rd & Enterprise Dr, Berkeley Vale NSW 2261, Australia
Wyong Road Berkeley Vale NS
(02) 4388 4101
About the business
Home | Tumbi Indoor Sports
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.
Reviews for Tumbi Indoor Sports
Be the first to write a review for Tumbi Indoor Sports. Start your review today
Recent Google Reviews
Madelyn Smith said 3 years ago
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 said 3 years ago
I saw the actor kid l grown up from home alone here! Didnt know celebrities played local dodgeball comps!
gabe p said 4 years ago
Well run centre with various sports available. Court surfaces in excellent condition.
Lisa Mccready said 4 years ago
A range of indoor sports from netball too volleyball. Phone them too join a team
Steve H said 3 years ago
Always a great place
Latest News Headlines
Our leaders ditched sound policing methods New York’s sanguinary summer lingers, even though November is fast approaching, with at least seven more city residents gunned down over the weekend, including a fatally wounded tourist. Don’t blame the cops.
Voting rights groups and the state and national Democratic parties had filed lawsuits seeking to extend the deadline.
"The U.S. is now seeing a pretty widespread transmission across the board,” said William Hanage, an associate professor of epidemiology.
Students at the university created a guide outlining the history of racism, capitalism and activism on campus.
In an era when college presidents race to bend to outrageous demands from lefty students, Northwestern University’s Morton Schapiro is a rare case of backbone. Campus group NU Community Not Cops has marched daily since Oct. 12, demanding Schapiro disband
Siding with Republicans, the high court blocked the state from counting ballots received up to six days after Nov. 3.