come play with us
Join us at Wurdi Baierr Stadium on Thursdays for your weekday volleyball fix. Training sessions run from 5PM to 6PM followed by social games from 6:30PM to 8:30PM.
Players can sign-up with a whole team or individually and join an existing team that complements their skill level or experience from beginners to experienced. Number one rule: have fun.
Multiple programs are offered for ages 7-12, 12-17 and 18+. Our coaches are accredited by Volleyball Australia and hold WWCC.
All players must be registered members of Volleyball Victoria (VVI) prior to taking the court (trial players excluded). VVI membership runs from April 1st to March 31st each year with different tiers depending on the level of involvement with the sport.
The perfect program for introducing children to volleyball. We focus on having fun above all and no prior experience is required. Sign up as an individual or bring some mates along!
Teen players of all abilities to focus on training and building a good foundation of fundamental skills. This 1-hour program is a great way to learn about the sport and get prepared for the next level.
In our social mixed comp, guys and girls form groups of teams that play against one another throughout the night. The vibes are relaxed and music is playing the entire time. Following play ages 18+ meet at a local venue for food , drink and a few laughs.
Here is where we step things up a notch. Players in this group are highly competitive and skilled enough to be able to handle a bit more of the action. Many of our players go on to travel & play in tournaments.
BEACH VOLLEYBALL SESSIONS
During the warmer months, players get together over the weekend and play right on the beach near Salty Dog cafe.
Sessions usually run 2-3 hours with tunes playing on one or two courts followed by lunch and drinks.
Representative teams train through the week as weather permits.
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"You learn you can do your best even when it's hard, even when you're tired and maybe hurting a little bit. It feels good to show some courage."