Unique to our Club, the social game of Kew Croquet is quick to learn and fun to play. Two pairs play four balls on a half court with six hoops.
Association Croquet is the traditional, tactical croquet sport which is somewhat like billiards on grass. Get to know your roquets from your croquets!
Golf Croquet is a popular code which requires accuracy and strategy — like snooker on grass. Position your ball, run a hoop or hit your opponent away.
Gateball is a highly strategic Japanese game somewhat akin to chess on grass but played in teams with ten balls and three hoops. Think quickly as you have just 10 seconds to hit your ball.
New members are always welcome. Contact us or simply come along and introduce yourself. We will get you playing croquet quickly.
Try before you buy with three free training sessions. We supply all equipment and training needed. Flat soled shoes required.
Our year begins in July. If joining later you will be charged pro rata. We can help you with the membership process.
As part of your membership you will be affiliated with Croquet Victoria who promote mallet sports across the state. A major croquet facility is available at Cairnlea. https://croquetvic.asn.au/index.php We support Croquet Victoria's Child Safe Code of Conduct
We are also affiliated with Croquet Australia and are covered by their insurance. Competitions are held across Australia within welcoming croquet communities. https://croquet-australia.com.au/ We support the Croquet Australia's Child Safeguarding policies
COACHES: Gateball: Philip Brown, Maxine Maclachlan, David Pryor, Clare Newton | Association Croquet: Mike Cohn. David Pryor | Golf Croquet: John Oudyn | REFEREES: Gateball: Philip Brown, Maxine Maclachlan, David Pryor | Association Croquet: Mike Cohn | Golf Croquet: Lynne Roberts, Helen Gammon