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Basketball Tasmania Po Box 7654 Launceston, Tasmania 7250 Email : enquiry@basketballtas.com.au Phone : 03 6331 4287 Fax : 03 6331 4282

OUR PARTNERS

 

Basketball Australia 

 

Basketball Australia is the governing and controlling body for the sport of basketball in Australia and is located in Wantirna South, Victoria. BA runs the WNBL, SEABL, national teams and national junior championships. Basketball is an Olympic and Paralympic sport and shares one of the highest international profiles and in 2008 Australia's proud tradition with on court success continued, with Australia winning 3 medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympic and Paralympic Games
 

KFM Fitness 

 

KFM located at 23 Racecourse Crescent in Launceston and is a High Performance Centre where members can access high quality fitness facilities 24 hours a day. KFM's fully equipped fitness and high performance centre caters for all strength and conditioning needs to get you the edge. From young sportspeople seeking development to high performance professional athletes, all are welcome and supported! KFM also offers personal training and boxing sessions.

 

Horizons  Sporting Events - USA Basketball Tours

with Horizons Sporting Events

 

Horizons Sporting Events invites Basketball Tasmania members to join one of their combined junior USA tours. 

 

The tours are open to players aged 14 to 18 years. Teams offered are: Varsity Boys (18 and under), Varsity Girls (18 and under), Junior Varsity Boys (16 and under) and Junior Varsity Girls (16 and under) and both tours would suit good school and representative players.

 

Watch this space for our upcoming 2020 tour.

 

Physica - Partners in Peak Performance 

 

Physica are the official physiotherapy supplier to Basketball Tasmania.

 

They are the leaders in musculoskeletal physiotherapy with six clinics located in Tasmania and Victoria offering excellent availability to Tasmanian basketball community.

 

This exciting partnership provides benefits to all registered members of Basketball Tasmania with a 10% discount on appointments (excluding Health Care or Pension Cards) as well as preferential scheduling (if possible).

 

They are also supporting our elite athletes through the provision of screenings ensure athletes are in the best shape to achieve their goals on the court.

 

Molten - Offical Game Ball of Basketball Tasmania 

Molten's brand statement, 'for the real game', encapsulates what is hoped to be accomplished through their products and activities. It's a testament to their conviction that the real game happens only when impeccable balls and sports equipment enables athletes to realise their full potential and maximise performance.

 

Molten basketballs and equipment can be purchased from our head office at Elphin Sports Centre or our online store 

 

Best Western - Basketball Tasmanias Partners

for a Restful Night  

 

Best Western Hobart and Best Western Plus Launceston proudly support all members of Basketball Tasmania. Centrally located in Hobart and Launceston, consider us your home away from home, with 24-hour service, on-site parking, restaurant, buffet breakfast, fitness centre access, free Wi-fi and King Coil luxury pillow-top beds to ensure a restful stay.

 

As your Preferred Supplier of accommodation and function rooms, be sure to take advantage of the Special Rates. To secure your reservation, telephone Best Western Hobart on (03) 6232 6255 or Best Western Plus Launceston on (03) 6333 9999, quoting “Basketball Tasmania member”. Bookings are subject to availability, so do try to book ahead, wherever possible!

 

We look forward to welcoming you soon.

 

Department of Communities - Helping Tasmania to

be the Healthiest State by 2020

Sport and Recreation brings together functions delivered by the former Community Development Division of the Department of Premier and Cabinet, and Sport and Recreation Tasmania. The division focuses on improving the quality of life of Tasmanians and building community capacity.

 

The community development functions delivered by the Division bring together a number of related activities that have a focus on access and equity for population groups, and include the development of targeted policies and programs to build community capacity, address economic and social disadvantage and facilitate active citizenship.

 

Devonport City Council - The City with Spirit

The City of Devonport is ideally located on the Mersey River in the heart of the beautiful North West Coast of Tasmania. This unique location opens up the City to the river, ocean and mountain views, and a lifestyle by its 25,628 residents. Devonport offers a safe and pristine environment, friendly and welcoming people and plenty of opportunities. Devonport is the major sea gateway to Tasmania and its thriving port is the home for the two passenger ferries, Spirit of Tasmania 1 & 2. These ferries connect Devonport with Melbourne, offering daily sailings.

 

Devonport airport is the third largest in Tasmania, with frequently scheduled daily services to Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport. Devonport is particularly well known for its reserves and recreational facilities. From the kilometres of walking and cycling tracks, beautiful beaches, a river suitable for a number of water sports, great fishing and numerous parklands, the City encourages an active and family friendly lifestyle.Cultural facilities include the Devonport Regional Gallery, which has a collection of Tasmanian art works, ceramics, prints and photographs; the Bass Strait Maritime Centre, with a collection relating to early shipping activities; and the Devonport Entertainment & Convention Centre, which is the premier entertainment facility on the North West Coast.

 

Although the municipal area is small in size for Tasmania, at only 114 square kilometres, it is the centre for a rich agricultural district which produces a significant amount of Tasmania's vegetable crops (beans, onions, peas and potatoes), as well as cereals, oil poppies, pyrethrum and other crops. Dairy production and processing is also significant. Secondary industries include processing of agricultural products, which represent a large share of total Australian production. The region also produces cement of which large tonnages are exported through the Devonport port.

 

We're also planning for the future and leading the way in the re-invigoration of the CBD through the LIVING CITY project.

 

We welcome you to Devonport and invite you to explore our website to learn more about how we support the life of our community, and about the exciting future, we're building in Devonport.Devonport - The City with Spirit!

McDonalds - Maccas on your team

Launched in 2016, the Macca’s On Your Team program sees

McDonald’s Tasmania provides essential sporting equipment to selected community

soccer, basketball and AFL clubs.

To date, McDonald’s have delivered more than $1.68 million worth of equipment to clubs and schools in the community. The program aims to ensure all Tasmanias have access to safe and inclusive community sporting programs and lead an active lifestyle. 

 

Simon Sturzaker Photography  - Our partner for brilliant images

 

Simon Sturzaker is the official photographer of Basketball Tasmania, covering our major tournaments and events across the state.

Image galleries can be viewed on his website linked above, and are available for purchase as either digital files or printed photographs.

Here you can also view some of his graphic design prints, which have been a popular keepsake for parents and athletes as they transition through different levels of age group and competition.

If you would like Simon to get some images together of an upcoming Basketball Tasmania event, feel free to contact him via the details on his website, Facebook, or Instagram pages.