Con­grat­u­la­tions to Bev Porter and her team for a very suc­cess­ful Youth Week bad­minton pro­gram and thank you to the NT Gov­ern­ment Office of Youth Affairs for the fund­ing to con­duct this event. For some play­ers it was their first time play­ing bad­minton and for oth­ers it was a chance to hone their skills. Either way it was lots of fun for every­one and a fan­tas­tic way to spend a day of the school hol­i­days. Look out for more excit­ing oppor­tu­ni­ties to come and try bad­minton or go to our clubs and groups page to see when you can come and play with a club in Dar­win or Alice Springs. For more pho­tos go to our Club News and Events on the Noticeboard. 


Have you seen our new seat­ing pro­vid­ed by the NT Gov­ern­ment through their Com­mu­ni­ty Ben­e­fit Fund Major Grants Pro­gram? The grant enabled NTBA to design and have built mul­ti­pur­pose stor­age units to keep our court floor mats in pris­tine con­di­tion for the next Ara­fu­ra Games in 2023 and to pro­vide some much need­ed seat­ing for play­ers around the courts. A big thank you to John Stark, Rus­sell Williams and Karel Syko­ra for organ­is­ing this project and to Nick Pre­ston from Pre­ston’s NT Gen­er­al Engi­neer­ing and Fab­ri­ca­tion for build­ing the units. Fol­low the jour­ney through our Notice­board — Club News and Events.


For the lat­est infor­ma­tion: coro​n​avirus​.nt​.gov​.au

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Welcome to the Northern Territory Badminton Association, the peak body for the sport of Badminton in the NT.

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The NTBA strives to admin­is­ter and pro­mote the sport of bad­minton in a fair and con­struc­tive man­ner for all par­tic­i­pants, and will do all in its pow­er to pre­vent sit­u­a­tions that result in griev­ances and dis­putes. How­ev­er, these sit­u­a­tions will inevitably occur, and when they do, please refer to the NTBA Griev­ance Pol­i­cy 2019.