• Changes to online coach/referee courses

    CHANGE to Volleyball Australia Online Coach and Referee Course

    All Volleyball Australia Online Education Courses hosted on the Fortix Online Platform will be discontinued from Tuesday 7th December 2021.

    This includes:
    - Volleyball Australia Level 1 Coaching Course
    - Volleyball Australia Level 1 Referee Course
    - Sport Australia’s Intermediate Coaching General Principles

    Please note: if you have registered for these one of courses prior to Tuesday 7th December 2021, you must complete the course by Tuesday 14th December 2021 to gain your accreditation.

    New Accreditation Management System

    Volleyball Australia will be launching a new Online Accreditation Management System on Tuesday 7th December 2021. All coaches and referees in the current Volleyball Australia Accreditation system will receive an email detailing the transition of their accreditation onto the new system.

    All new VA online courses will be available on the new system by Monday 17th January 2022.

  • WA Steel come to Hobart to take on the TAS Echidnas!

    Just when you thought all the top level indoor volleyball was going belly-up...

    It's the inaugural TAS Echidnas v WA Steel AVL Challenge weekend!!!

    Saturday 13th November (Moonah Sports Centre) warm-up starts at 1.30pm for women, followed by the men's match.

    => For more info see our calendar 

  • Support Volleyball Tas with Entertainment Book

    Support Volleyball Tasmania and also obtain many valuable discounts: dining, accommodation, entertainment, retail...

    And for a limited time, get a FREE UPGRADE to multi-city membership!

    Buy one for yourself, buy one for a friend or your mum - but don't miss out!

  • Join or renew your membership now!

    Most membership periods will expire in March each year - so renew your membership now!

    You can login to the membership portal to check your membership and renew in one simple action. 

    If you're a brand new VTAS member, just sign up using the appropriate form here.

    Note: Volleyball Tasmania accepts 'Ticket To Play' discount vouchers, provided by the Tas State Government. Simply register using the 'Ticket To Play' form on our membership page!

  • 2021 Tas State League finals are heading your way!

    Volleyball Tas State League has seen three awesome rounds played in the north and south of Tasmania, now it's time to see who is crowned victors at Moonah Sports Centre on August 14th!

    Keeping COVID outside of our state border, have witnessed some top level volleyball at Moonah, Kingston and East Devonport. An even spread of Echidnas across teams has proven an entertaining formula - last year's premiers Van Diemens will be forced to win their way through to this year's finals, with UTAS topping the women's draw and Vikings the men's.

    Launceston will be represented in the men's finals for the first time since 2014.

    Come along to Moonah and see some of the country's volleyball players in action!!! 

  • Volleyball Academy / Sports School: enroll now!

    The Tas Volleyball Academy and Volleyball Sports School are for all secondary school aged students - and kicks off in February!

    Training sessions will be held during school terms, starting in week 1, term 1! Please be aware that gathering guidelines and health protocols remain in place, with strict contact tracing attendance records and increased hygiene practices for all participants.

    Read more about Volleyball Tasmania's return to sport and safety plan in the related news item.

    Check out our program page for more information!

  • Return to Sport Safety Guidelines update 26 June

    Dear Volleyball Tasmania members:

    We are doing so well in Tasmania stopping the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Many of you will now have read and heard recent announcements about further removal of Stage 3 restrictions from 12pm today (26th June). This includes a move to Level C of the AIS return to sport framework, which permits full training and competition.

    As we move back into (almost) normal sport and community activity, please find below links to the most recent advice from Volleyball Australia, the AIS and TAS Government. Please note that each also contains a number of forward links:


    From 12pm, Friday 26th June 2020, certain restrictions were removed in Tasmania and sport may return to full training and competition, still with some important restrictions: up to 250 people per indoor stadium/venue - up to 500 people outdoors - but the heightened health and hygiene practices remain. This includes appropriate physical distancing and a density limit of 2sqm per person: see documents below.

    The last thing we want is for members of the Tassie volleyball community to become ill or pass on a potentially deadly virus to others.

    The following important documents must be read and understood by all volleyball participants, administrators and spectators:

    - Volleyball Tasmania COVID-19 Safety Plan (v1.1, revised 26 June 2020 and provided to Communities, Sport & Rec Tasmania)
    - Volleyball Tasmania Training & Competition Guidelines (v4, stage 3)

    Please note that for EVERY TRAINING SESSION AND COMPETITION there must be a designated safety officer who ensures compliance with these rules, ensures that accurate attendance records are kept and that all shared equipment is appropriately cleaned before and after use by their group.

    The following resources are available to assist responsible officers at training sessions: (also check your venue to see what they already provide)

    - Volleyball Tasmania Record of Attendance (note: contact data must be kept for 21 days)
    - Poster - do not enter this facility (display at entrance)
    - Poster - how to hand wash (display at basin)
    - Poster - social distancing (display at entrance and inside venue)


    • Competitions managed by NTVA (Launceston), BVA (Burnie), DVA (Devonport) and Volleyball Tasmania in the south shall resume only when venues are available and the abovementioned guidelines are met: management will continue to communicate with their members
    • State League and the Tasmanian Open Volleyball Championships may be re-booted later in the year if there is sufficient interest
    • Each region may wish to look into more local tournament possibilities

    We are actively following developments and advice from authorities in Tasmania and also what is happening in other Australian states. The situation may evolve rapidly and we will keep you informed of our future decisions. Follow Volleyball Tasmania on Facebook to ensure you get all updates.

    Stay safe and well,

    Volleyball Tas team

  • Volunteer with Volleyball Tasmania!

    Want an awesome job to add to your CV? Why not volunteer with Volleyball Tasmania?

    We are looking for an enthusiastic and innovative person to join our admin team!

    ROLE: Chief Executive Officer

    General Manager/CEO - it might sound way out of your league, but if you're dedicated, driven and willing to learn... why not give it a try? Hours negotiable, not highly demanding on your time - but we know you'll just love it!

    You'll be working with and learning from experienced colleagues... and who knows where it might take you?

    Maybe your child or friend plays volleyball: what better way to support them?

    Download a brief role description here - and learn more about VTAS here - or call Steve on 0418104457 for more information.

  • 2020 annual general meeting


    Date: 30 May 2020

    Time: 1700 hrs

    Channel: online meeting

    Business (per section 10.4 of the constitution):

    (a) Confirmation of the minutes of 2019 Annual General Meeting.
    (b) Chair’s Report.
    (c) Audited Financial Statement.
    (d) Election of Board Directors of the Association.
    (e) Appointment of an auditor.
    (f) There is no special business on notice.

    As per section 14.1 of the new constitution, the board shall consist of 5 elected directors and up to 2 additional appointed directors. All voting members (clubs and associations) should make themselves familiar with voting rights and requirements in section 10.

    If you would like to get involved, or want more information, please contact us or your local club/association. We are excited about great things to come!

  • Volleyball Tasmania adopts new constitution

    Tas Govt logoNew constitution approved

    In collaboration with Communities Tasmania, we are improving our governance structure and setting the foundations for the next exciting phase of volleyball in Tassie!

    We have already launched a brand new 2020-24 Strategic Plan. At a Special General Meeting on 14 March, a unanimous general vote approved the adoption of a new constitution.

    Documents considered by the members:

    Next steps: call for nominations of directors

    We need to elect 5 members onto the inaugural Volleyball Tasmania Board of Directors. The election will be held at our Annual General Meeting in May. Nominations for director can be sent to: with a brief biography of the nominee. Please ensure you have gained agreement from the nominee prior to submitting the nomination.

    Want to get involved? Contact us!

  • 2019 Tas Open - mixed, men's, womens

    Get on board for the Tas Open - an indoor volleyball tournament, run over two days, where you can play with your mates, someone new, mix up clubs and enjoy the sport we love!

    Divisions: mixed, men's, womens - lots of volley and lots of fun!

    The 2019 Tas Open will be held at Elizabeth College on Sat 19th - Sun 20th October. More details to come! [competition page link]

  • Southern League - Spring 2019

    Southern League @ Moonah Sports Centre returns from August 2019!!!

    Contact a Hobart club if you're interested - keep your eye out for more information

  • 16th Aus Masters Games - wrap-up!

    The Australian Masters Games is a biennial sporting event that is regarded as one of the premier and largest participation sporting events on the Australian sporting landscape. In 2017 the 16th edition of the Games will be hosted in Tasmania from Saturday 21st to Saturday 28th October.

    It is expected over 6,000 participants will compete across over 40 different sports.

    The Australian Masters Games provide an occasion to:

    • make the wider community aware of the benefits of sport;
    • encourage and engage the masters sport demographic in ongoing activity that is beneficial to their long term health and wellbeing;
    • encourage a positive active lifestyle in the community that is balanced with social outcome and opportunities;
    • reaffirm with all levels of sports administration the importance of mature-aged sports people who are seeking opportunities to participate; and
    • demonstrate the many attractions of sport: skill, achievement, competition, social interaction, and satisfaction.

    The beach volleyball draws (21-24 Oct) have been published on the AMG website; indoor volleyball (25-28 Oct) will be administered via our website.

    Games Totals: 47 Sports, 70+ venues

    Beach Volleyball:

    • 87 Participants
    • 91 teams
    • Youngest competitor - 30; Oldest competitor - 64
    • Representation from: VIC, TAS, QLD, WA, NT & NSW
    • VIC had the largest representation with 28 participants, followed by TAS with 26
    • 94 matches in 34 divisions over 4 days

    The Burnie Surf Club and local businesses such as Fish Frenzy helped to make the promenade at West Beach a unique and comfortable environment for everyone; administrators, players and audience alike. There was some truly national tour standard beach volleyball played in the younger age divisions, and all participants thoroughly enjoyed the friendly atmosphere and sportsmanship.

    Indoor Volleyball

    • 103 participants
    • 16 Teams
    • Youngest competitor - 32; Oldest competitor - 65
    • Representation from every state and territory: TAS, QLD, WA, VIC, NT, SA, ACT & NSW
    • TAS had the largest representation with 57 participants
    • 39 matches in 12 divisions over 4 days

    The Somerset Recreation Centre was the venue. Remembering what to do on the volleyball court and showing all those skills of yesteryear was the game. A fantastic time was had by all, culminating in some amazing gold medal matches on Day 8.

    Many thanks must go to the Burnie Surf Club, Waratah-Wynyard Council, Somerset Recreation Centre, Somerset Basketball Association and Volleyball Tasmania (and all their many volunteers & technical officials) – but most of all, to our event manager Dannielle Hunt. Without her months of tireless work and collaboration, this volleyball event would not have been the huge success it was.

    Some pictures of West Beach, and medallists in both beach and hard court, can be viewed via our Facebook page!

    On to the next Masters!!!

  • 2017 State League: victors crowned!

    After 3 rounds of TAS State League 2017, the top 3 qualified teams in each division competed in finals in Hobart on Saturday 26 August.

    Congratulations to Van Diemens women and Zuno Blues men for taking this year's prize!!!

    Keep an eye on the competition page for more information.