News

  • VTAS launches new strategic plan 2020-24!

    Tas Govt logoIn collaboration with Communities Tasmania, and following consultation with various stakeholders throughout the state, Volleyball Tasmania has embarked on a new journey, detailed in the 2020-24 Strategic Plan!

    View/Download a copy here - it also includes a draft 2020-22 operational plan, which will be reviewed and revised throughout 2020. 

    Want to get involved? Contact us!

  • Support your Volleyroos!

    Do you want to keep seeing Australia represented on the world stage in women's volleyball?

    The road to Olympics and world champs is a long and arduous one, but you can help!

    Funding from government is hard to come by, and these ladies absolutely deserve our support, so show your true colours and get behind the Volleyroos women by donating. Every little bit helps. Consider it an early Christmas present!

    volleyroos_logoThis is the link to the website: https://asf.org.au/projects/volleyball-australia/

    Thank you for your support!

  • 2020 State Team Head Coaches / Delegation Managers EOI

    Volleyball Tasmania is seeking Expressions of Interest for Head Coaches for the 2020 15-and-under SSA State Teams (boys and girls) and the 2020 U17 AJVC State Team (boy and girls).

    In addition, we are seeking Expressions of Interest to be Head of Delegation for both events: 2020 Australian Junior Volleyball Championships (AJVC) in Bendigo and 2020 School Sport Australia (SSA) Championships in Brisbane.

    Enter your details via the link below to register your interest:

    EOI 2020 VTAS State Teams Coach/Managers 

    Position review will start the 29th of October. Open until filled.

    Please email stmp@volleyballtasmania.com.au for any queries.

  • 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]

  • TAS Volleyball Academy: open for business!

    The school year is almost upon us, and the Tasmanian Volleyball Academy is gearing up for a bumper year!

    New or returning athletes can sign up now using our new web form - check out our program page for more information!

  • 2019-20 Entertainment Books available here

    You can purchase an Entertainment Book (card/vouchers or digital membership) via Volleyball Tasmania and, at the same time, help us raise much needed funds to assist in volleyball development within Tasmania!!!

    The new 2019-20 packages are better than ever - your interstate friends and family can also purchase for their area - so get on board and see where we can go with your help!

    Click here to buy now

  • 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!

  • 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.