Winter Registration Closing


Winter Registration 2023 Closing

Winter is a very popular season for baseball on the Gold Coast and teams fill up quickly.  We want to ensure that every player who wants to participate can do so, but to make that happen, we need everyone to register this week.

The registration deadline is fast approaching and failure to register on time may result in you missing out on a spot on a team. We don’t want any player to be left out, so please take the time to complete your registration now via the Registrations portal on the website.  Do not wait until the last minute.

If you have any questions or concerns about the registration process, please contact the club.

Welcome to Winter Season 2023

Fee Structure

There are two components to the fees payable for Winter Baseball.  Firstly there are the compulsory Levies payable to Baseball Australia, Baseball Qld & GCBA. 
Current Summer players wishing to play this winter pay $20.00.
New players for the Winter season pay $242.00.
New Masters Players for the Winter season pay $188.00.
These compulsory fees must be paid online when you register.

Club fees – $320 for the season includes baseballs, umpires and maintaining the fields and facilities at the Surfers Paradise Baseball Club.
New and current players aged 15 and above will be charged $320.00 in addition to the compulsory levies.
The Club Treasurer will send you an invoice for the Club fees, within 7 days of your registration and it must be paid in full by Saturday 13th May 2023.

Training is underway for the current summer season players as they approach the final series, but winter players are welcome to train at the Club from Wednesday 29/3/2023 from 4pm till dark.
Infield work will be available until dark on Diamond 1 or 2 and then players can use the fully lit batting cages.
Winter training sessions will start on Sunday 2/4/2023 from 9am for several Sundays until the start of the season.
The Club is hosting the QLD Masters Baseball Tournament from 22 to 24 April 2023, so there is limited opportunity to train on Sundays before the season commences.

The competition start date is Saturday 29/4/2023.
Uniforms will be available for purchase at the Clubhouse.

In accordance with the standards imposed by the Covid Pandemic, players are required to provide their own gear including bat, glove/s & helmet.  Catchers to provide their own catcher’s gear.

Please register online ASAP so we can start to prepare teams.

For further information ask at the clubhouse on Wednesdays from 4pm or send an email to




Baseball Queensland has re-structured the tournament based on feedback from players, regions, and clubs, and in accordance with the success of the Pan Pacific Masters Games in 2022.

The tournament will now feature three divisions: 35+ years Division 1, 35+ years Division 2, and 25+ years Women’s Division.  The addition of the Women’s Division with a lower age bracket is aimed at promoting the growth and development of baseball among female participants.

The goal of the tournament is to promote and maintain a culture of respect, diversity, and inclusion within the baseball community. The aim is also to cultivate a fun, inclusive, and welcoming atmosphere that makes baseball a sport of choice and a game for life. The idea of inclusiveness here is meant to reflect the diversity of the community and make sure everyone feels included and welcomed.

Full bar and canteen available for tournament. 

SPBC from the air

Surfers Paradise Baseball member Pat McDonald pulled out his specialised drone to capture some images of the wonderful facilities at Surfers Paradise Baseball Club. These images were captured the day after the 2018 Pan Pacs Masters Games had finished, so the ground was in immaculate condition.



GBL Division 1 CHAMPIONS!!

A huge congraulations to Matt Corbitt and his Bluewave team

In a best of 3 series against Windsor, the boys have come out on top 2 wins to 1.

Friday we went down to Windsor 11 – 6 but not before we played  very well against some of the pitchers in Australia

Sunday was a beauty. Down 4 nil, Matt Studeman came up trumps with a grand slam 4 run home run. The game stayed tied until the 10th when Natt Cunningham and Ozzy Braff got on bases and Scott Hillier drilled one out to right field. Natt flew around the bases and slid in for the winning run and a scoreline of 5 – 4.

The rain threatened to interfere with game 3. Wednesday was postponed and Thursday we moved to Windsor.  In a great pitching duel between Ryan Searle of Windsor and our very own Sam Brunner the game remained tied until the 4th When Shane Thompson took Searly deep and put us up 1 to nil. Players were on and off the field and got back on to play enough innings to make this a game when the game was called due to more rain.

Well done to all.Thank you Matt, Kevie, Connie, Bette and all the players. And thank you to all the suppoters who got along to support the boys. Presentation night is next Thursday and should be a great night.