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These very popular six week courses are ideal for people just starting in this wonderful game. They are taught by our ABF accredited bridge teacher Sue Falkingham.

The next set of courses will be starting on Monday 30th September and Tuesday 1st October 2024. Sessions are held on Monday afternoons (1:00pm to 3:00pm) and Tuesday evenings (7:00pm to 9:00pm) at the TBA clubrooms.

The courses cost $120 per person. Register by emailing or calling Sue on 0411 646 888


The Monday morning sessions (10:00am-12:30pm) are a mix of teaching and supervised play. Ideal for novice players wanting to practice and learn in a friendly atmosphere. A great next step from the six week beginners' course. Players are welcome with or without partners. Normal TBA table money applies.

Contact Sue Falkingham: 0411 646 888.


Supervised play is a useful option for newer players. The TBA offers the following sessions with supervised sections:

  • Monday mornings, lesson and supervised play
  • Tuesday evenings, preceeded by a 15 minute lesson
  • Wednesday evenings (fully supervised session)

Partners are not required. See the Sessions page for full session details.


The TBA is in the process of developing some simple introductory guides to various aspects of the game. The currently available guides are:

If you see any errors in these documents, have any questions, or would like to suggest a topic please email the TBA.


The TBA periodically runs director training sessions. See the calendar for any upcoming sessions.


The TBA has an extensive library of bridge books, carefully curated by our dedicated librarian - Richard Cooke. The library has books suitable for players of all levels. The library is located in the Vera Houdek room.

The library is for the use of the members. Books can be borrowed, but please read and promptly return your loans so that others can enjoy them. 2/3 weeks is a reasonable loan period.

A synopsis of the latest additions to the library is here. A full list of all 410 titles in the library, including commentary, is here.