GHRC History

What began in 1970 as The Gap Squash Club with only three courts, has now evolved into the Gap Health & Racquet Club – a first-class multi-purpose facility servicing the wider Brisbane community.

Privately owned, the Gap Health & Racquet Club remains committed to the local community, servicing the region through sport, health and fitness.

In 2001, the squash courts were converted to a health club, the first in The Gap, which now has expanded to accommodate thousands of engaged members and offer the most comprehensive array of services in the area.

The Health Club’s services include:

  • Strength & Conditioning Studio
  • CycleCube Studio
  • Cardio Theatre
  • Weights Room
  • Group Fitness Room with more tham 55 Group Fitness classes per week
  • Ladies Only Gym
  • Private Personal Training Studio for 1-on-1 Personal Training or Small Group Personal Training
  • 24 Hour Access , 365 Days A Year

In addition, the Gap Health & Racquet Club also comprises of one of the largest tennis operations in Brisbane, services over 700 children in the coaching academy and 400 players involved in playing programs each week.

The Owners

The Gap Health & Racquet Club is owned and operated by local Gap residents – the Miller family.

Lead by Steve and Jacqui Miller, the Gap Health & Racquet Club has evolved over the past twenty years in-line with the demands of the community, and is today the leading multi-purpose sporting and health facility in the region.

With three children of their own, Steve and Jacqui understand how important a strong local community is within the Gap.

As tennis coaches themselves, you can often bump into them on court, making a member a coffee within the club or out and about within the Gap.

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