VISttA Services

We will be running training/coaching programs from beginners to advanced players for the youth and school children as part of our grass roots training program.

As an additional service we offer our tables for hire on an hourly basis and if there is a demand, we can organize table tennis tournaments for other organisations, companies, entities or even individuals on a one-off or on a regular basis.

We also do product launches, promotions, photo shoots  both table tennis related or otherwise.

Another activity we are venturing is to rent out badminton court/s also on an hourly basis at the same venue as table tennis at reasonable rates.

Our Training Venue Address

We are located at Blacktown PCYC located at 30 Second Avenue, Blacktown NSW 2148

It is 150 meters from Blacktown Train Station, on the east end of the station. 
Lots of free council parking both side-street and multi-level parking.


Days and Hours of Operation

Saturdays 10:00 am to 1:00 pm



Training Place within the Venue

During weekdays we are allocating two rooms:  Dance Studio and the Youth Hub.  Each room can hold a maximum of three tables.

During Saturdays we are utilising the full-sized basketball court where we can fit both table tennis and badminton games.   It can accommodate the 6 TT tables (plus spares) and 2  badminton courts.

Our Equipment

Our equipment of choice for table tennis tables are 6 STIGA Expert Roller that are made in Germany , International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) approved and is the staple table of clubs here in Sydney

We have two table tennis robots for use if players prefer them for training.



Core Services

Our main thrust is a structured table tennis program aimed from complete beginner to advanced skilled player.

We will endeavour to teach and train children as young as 7 years old up to Senior/Veteran-aged players. We gladly welcome and encourage para-athlete to be trained in our venue regardless of their skill level.

Our Market and Demographics

We are located in Blacktown around 30 kilometres west of Sydney Central Business District. It has a population of 395,000 people and is the largest council in New South Wales.

Population Breakdown (2016 Census)

Primary Schoolers (5-10)  - 10.8%

Secondary Schoolers (12-17) - 8.2%

Tertiary Education (18-24) - 9.5%

Young Workforce (25-34)  - 15.5%

Parents and Homebuilders (35-49) - 21.7%

Older Workforce/Pre Retirees (50-50) - 11.4%

Retirees (60-69) - 8.5%

Seniors (70-84) - 5.4%

Ethnicity backgrounds 

Australian born, English, Indian, Filipino, Irish, Scottish, Chinese, Italian, Maltese and German.