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  • Toowoomba Grammar Completed
    '...Very polite and hard workers, very meticulous, an excellent job. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend you.” Customers in Sydney, NSW
  • tennis court construction
  • '...I would like to thank you and your wonderful team for the fantastic job you did in helping to bring our new courts to life...' Natalie Bowra, President, Southern Highlands Netball Association
  • '...I can recommend Dynamic Sports Facilities for court works and civil works related to courts...'' Mark Farrell, Managing Director, MDF Group
  • tennis court construction
    '...My wife and I were very impressed with the professional service we received when we chose Dynamic Sports Facilities – highly recommended...' Customer from Southern Highlands, NSW
  • tennis court construction
    '...we are very pleased with our new court, the surface is fabulous, it looks great and your approach was very professional...' Customers from Bellevue Hill, NSW
  • tennis court construction
  • tennis court construction
  • '...we found Dynamic Sports Facilities staff to be technically proficient, courteous and co-operative with a real commitment to addressing our concerns...' Cheryl Reid, President, Kaleen and districts tennis club.
  • tennis court construction
  • tennis court construction
    '...I know that your wonderful tennis court will provide our family and friends with hours of entertainment and enjoyment...' Private Residence, Roseville, NSW
  • Blackmore, Cricket, Synthetic Grass, Green
  • '...The whole process from initial contact to completion was smooth and flawless...' Jenny Eggins, Principal, Banksia Rd Public School
  • tennis court construction
  • tennis court construction
  • tennis court construction
    '...Dynamic carried out their work within quoted prices and on time...' John Huskisson, Property Manager, Winifred West Schools Ltd, Southern Highlands, NSW



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Riding for the Disabled




Dynamic Sports Facilities sponsored the ‘Riding for the Disabled‘ annual fundraising event, the ‘Chicken Run’ in Southern Highlands, NSW on Sunday 29th May. The weather was beautiful and the participants had an enjoyable day.



The primary objective of Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) is to provide most people with a disability, the opportunity to ride and enjoy all the activities connected with horse riding. Riding for people with a disability is both therapeutic and recreational and RDA is in fact one of the few organisations who offer a multi-diagnostic service, catering for people with a wide range of disabilities.


The objectives of RDA(NSW) are to encourage, support and assist Centres to provide riding therapy, sport, recreation, training and safety programs for people with disabilities. RDA(NSW) programs in horse riding, carriage driving, dressage, Hippotherapy and EFMAH&L cater for people with all kinds of disability including intellectual disabilities, specific learning disorders, injuries resulting from accidents, cerebral palsy, mental health disorders, Spina Bifida, Muscular Dystrophy, Multiple Sclerosis, Thalidomide, visual and hearing impairments, autism and amputees.


Horse riding is a unique form of exercise and rehabilitation. The complex movement of the horse helps to improve coordination, balance, muscular development and fitness. Horse riding and horse related activities assist greatly and often dramatically in the development and restoration of personal confidence, self esteem, communication skills, leadership and trust. For people with challenging behaviour for example horses offer a powerful medium for restoring a sense of personal control, which significantly improves behaviour towards family teachers and friends.


For more information, please visit Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) at www.rdansw.org.au

Pier drilling and Waffle Pad at Avondale

One of our current projects is to build a concrete court on ground that has been deemed uncontrolled fill as per the geotechnical report. In order to successfully build a court that will not move with the ground once it has been laid we are creating a foundation of 73 piers that will bed onContinue Reading

Refurbishment at Killara High School

A couple of the locals have come to check out our latest job. A refurbishment at Killara High School. Courts now covered in Synpave and have line marking for 4 sports: tennis, netball, basketball and volleyball.Now for the students to get out and get active!

Multisport court at Liverpool primary school

This new court has been built at a primary school in Liverpool.Looks inviting for the kids to get out and play netball or basketball.

Lalor tennis court upgrade

From this to this: Two brand new “High Shock Absorption” concrete based tennis courts at Lalor in Victoria complete with: lighting for competition level tennis drainage, and electronically operated back to base entrance system. From this To this

Morayfield SHS

We recently finished off creating a multi sport court at Morayfield SHS. With lots of sports available on these courts to keep the kids active and entertained.

Netball courts refurbished at Belconnen Netball

The old asphalt courts had major cracking and structural faults that were unsightly and unsafe to play on. Dynamic Sports Facilities were contracted to rescue the courts. … The work involved included: • repair of all the cracks in the existing asphalt • a new 30mm layer of asphalt over the total area (7000m2)• newContinue Reading

FRIDAY FEATURE – Tennis Court, Pelican Waters (QLD)

Dynamic Sports Facilities have completed the resurfacing of a tennis court at Pelican Waters, Sunshine Coast, QLD.Continue Reading

Underwood Park Netball

Dynamic Sports Facilities have been contracted to upgrade the netball facilities at Underdwood Park Netball Courts. Plan of works is to extend Six existing courts to provide a larger playing area; install new Netball Goalposts and apply new surfacing using Rebound Ace Sports Synpave.Continue Reading

Netball – What Are You Playing At?


VIC – Local Facilities for Local Clubs

The Local Facilities for Local Clubs Program is a Victorian Government funding program that encourages, rewards and recognises the role of community clubs and organisations who have worked hard to bring together resources to develop sport and recreation facilities. The program supports innovative local clubs with funding for small facility projects that: encourage community contributions towards facilityContinue Reading

QLD – Get in the Game: Get Playing

The Queensland government have offered more than $14.5 million to community sports clubs to help Queensland families get fit and have fun thanks to two State Government programs. Get Going provides grants up to $10,000 for items and activities to assist clubs in attracting and retaining members. Get Playing provides grants up to $100,000 toContinue Reading

NSW – Future Needs for Sports

NSW Minister for Sport and Recreation Stuart Ayres has called on CEOs of State sporting organisations to contribute to a study into the future needs of sport infrastructure in NSW. In addition to the annual funding available from Sport and Recreation, the NSW Liberals & Nationals Government has committed at least $500 million to the SportingContinue Reading

DSF have new Sporting Grants Page

Check out our new Sporting Grants page – GRANTS We will continually update this page with all available sporting grants from around the country.Continue Reading

DSF now approved Plexipave applicator

Dynamic Sports Facilities have been approved by California Sports Surfaces to install and apply Pleixpave, Plexicushion and Plexicushion Prestige. This exciting announcement now allows Dynamic Sports Facilities to offer clients the option to choose between Rebound Ace and Plexipave products when deciding upon acrylic sports surfacing. Recently California Sports Surfaces added Rebound Ace Sports productsContinue Reading

Quality Management & OHS Management Certification

Dynamic Sports Facilities have recently achieved full certification in Occupational Health & Safety Management (AS/NZS 4801:2001) and Quality Management (ISO 9001:2008).   This important step emphasies our dedication and commitment to high quality workmanship, products and services whilst providing a safe and healthy workplace for our staff, contractors and associated stakeholders.

Horsham Tennis Court Tender – 28 Tennis Courts

Dynamic Sports Facilities have been awarded the tender to reconstruct 28 tennis courts, across 6 key tennis sites, in and around Horsham, Victoria. The Horsham Rural City Council, in conjunction with the relevant Tennis clubs, are embarking upon a bold and significant tennis facility redevelopment project following flood damage in 2011.Continue Reading

UPDATE: Cranbrook Junior School, Rose Bay

Dynamic Sports Facilities have completed to works to rectify and reconstruct the four (4) tennis courts at Cranbrook Junior School, Rose Bay.     The scope of works included:   Remove and dispose of existing acrylic and asphalt surface Installation of necessary drainage Necessary bulk earthworks Installation of new asphalt surface Application of new acrylicContinue Reading

UPDATE: Rundle & Morton Parks Redevelopment, Emerald QLD

Dynamic Sports Facilities recently completed the works at Rundle & Morton Parks in Emerald, Queensland.         TENNIS COURTS Construction of five (5) tennis courts Surfacing of seven (7) tennis courts with Rebound Ace Sports ‘Synpave’ in Grass Green and Terracotta Installation of fencing Installation of sporting equipment Line marking for tennis  Continue Reading

Cranbrook Junior School, Rose Bay

Dynamic Sports Facilities have been awarded the contract to rectify and reconstruct the four (4) tennis courts at Cranbrook Junior School, Rose Bay.   The scope of works include:   Remove and dispose of existing acrylic and asphalt surface Installation of necessary drainage Necessary bulk earthworks Installation of new asphalt surface Application of new acrylicContinue Reading

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