DTTA Fees & Rules

Annual Membership Fee for 2019

DTTA membership plus Northern Territory Table Tennis Association (NTTTA) & Table Tennis Australia (TTA) levy is required to become a member of the Association. The annual registration fee costs $80 per person. The fee covers your insurance NTTTA & TTA fees and eligibility to participate in the club competitions, coaching and tournaments. For Seniors that attend the Thursday morning session, the cost of registration is $30.

Gold Membership is a new item this year and is a single yearly payment that covers everything to do with table tennis at the club (grade competition fees, pre-and-post season competition fees, registration fee, tickets for the annual function, practice sessions, etc.). It costs $350 ($250 for juniors under 18 and Senior card holders).

Juniors (Under 18)

The Sports Voucher provided by the NT Government is accepted at DTTA.

Competition Fees

The pre-season competition has a flat $7 fee per night for everybody that participates. For the grade competitions (A and B Grade), the match fee is $10 per night ($7 for Seniors and Juniors Under 18). For C Grade, the match fee is a flat $5 per night per person.

Non-registered Player Session Fees

If you have not, or will not pay the annual registration fee, you will need to pay $5 per session. Registered players ($80) have the benefit of not having to pay any session fee for the year, so if you plan on coming to the centre frequently it is encouraged that you register with the club.

Charles Darwin University Students

Thanks to the CDU Table Tennis Club, all current CDU students are able to attend the Friday afternoon session (5-7 pm) free of charge and will not have to pay the $5 session fee.

Basic Rules of Table Tennis & Dress Rules

Some basic dress rules apply, including:

Neat and tidy sports clothes, non-marking shoes (no thongs) must be worn and the colour of the shirt should not conflict with the colour of the table tennis balls.


The club can provide bats & balls to players as there is a wide range of equipment available.


The hall has six competition standard tables permanently set up in the 25m x 20m available red Taraflex flooring area. Seating is available, for approximately 50 spectators, and provides good viewing. The hall also has a coffee/tea making facility and a cool soft drink dispenser. Wheelchair access is provided for within these amenities. Ample parking is available nearby the multi-purpose hall.

Noise Disturbance

Players competing at the table shall not make excessive noise during their own match and create a disturbance to other matches and/or players competing at the venue.

Spectator barracking should always be at a reasonable noise level and not cause a disturbance to other matches and/or players at the venue.