The culture of outdoor basketball courts is rooted in the simple appeal of turning up to the park to play with friends or strangers. The spontaneous nature suits our modern way of life with particular appeal for young people. There are no barriers to entry -  No entry fee, membership, trainings or coaches. 

Our towers are made in New Zealand, engineered [PS1], built to last and designed for players. Courts are designed for competitive play and for the rigors of public space.  


There are not enough indoor basketball courts to keep up with growth of traditional basketball in New Zealand.  

For example, by 2021 Auckland will be 21 indoor courts short of demand. One indoor court costs approximately $5 million vs $100k for one full outdoor court.

This combined with the rise of 3X3 Basketball - that will feature for the first time at the Tokyo Olympics - is placing more emphasis on outdoor courts to fill the demand.  

An outdoor court is a legitimate pathway for 3X3 players to go from the streets to the olympics.

On a well provisioned outdoor court, Local Basketball Associations will use these as an indoor alternative to run programs and/or tournaments, particularly summer leagues.