A variety of BRISBANE INDOOR SPORT options means that families can get sporty without having to worry about any weather extremes. Where do we sign up?!
Brisbane Indoor Sport – What’s on offer?
We LOVE Brisbane kids’ sports here at Families Magazine – as you can see, we’re all over it!
However, there are those amongst us who worry (rightfully so) about prolonged sun exposure, allergic reactions and the just plain SWEATINESS that sometimes comes with outdoor sports.
So where do you go if you don’t want to play outside?
Brisbane Albion Indoor Sports Centre
Where? 43 Burdett St, Albion
What’s on Offer? A wide variety of sports with kids and adult competitions available.
Phone? 3262 6766
Brisbane City Indoor Sports Centre
Where? 117 Mina Parade, Newmarket
What’s on offer? Beach volleyball, soccer, cricket, netball and more. Kids and adults leagues are available.
Phone? 3535 0500
Brisbane City Indoor Sports Centre, Coorparoo
Where? 8 Castlemaine St, Coorparoo
What’s on offer? Numerous sports for adults and kids.
Phone? 3535 0500
Brisbane West Indoor Sports Centre
Where? 27 Bellwood St, Darra
What’s on offer? Sports for the whole family!
Phone? 3376 8600
iPlaySports Indoor Sports Centre
Where? 230 Lytton Rd, Morningside
What’s on offer? A wide range of sports with kids and adult leagues.
Phone? 1300 526 520
Salisbury Super Sports
Where? 655 Toohey Rd, Salisbury
What’s on offer? A wide range of sporting activities for the whole family
Phone? 3277 7055
Brisbane Indoor Sports – A Different Kind of Option
Indoor sports complexes are great. There’s food, bathrooms, lots of places to sit and there’s always plenty of parking spots to be found. This is a particularly good option if you’re also juggling smaller children – the area is very much enclosed and it’s generally a safer choice than a large field.
Have we accidentally missed out your favourite Brisbane Indoor Sport centre? Let us know in the comments so we can share the love!
Why not check out a different sport for your kid. For example Tai Chi.