New Volunteers Appointed to Quidditch Australia

With the rapid growth of quidditch throughout Australia during the 2016 season, Quidditch Australia (QA) is seeking to expand even further in 2017 with the help of a team of enthusiastic volunteers. QA is proud to announce the following individuals who will be working with us for the next 12 months.

Firstly, though, we would like to announce that Rhiannon Gordon will be joining QA as our dedicated Human Resources Director. This will be a new non-board position designed to handle complaints made to or about QA, its board or affiliates, and its members; in addition to helping in the hiring and administration of volunteers.

Joining the gameplay department will be Natalie Astalosh and Luke Derrick, both from New South Wales.

Joining the Media department will be Massimo Galli (Graphic Design), Sherry Du (Social Media) and Kye-Lee Cheong (Editorial) from Victoria, and Maaika Tredrea (Social Media) from South Australia.

If you’re interested in applying for a volunteer position with QA such as Membership or Technology please email


2017 Quidditch Australia Membership and Rulebook

Quidditch Australia is happy to announce it’s membership policy and rulebook for the 2017 season, valid from the 1st of January 2017 to the 31st of December 2017.


Quidditch Australia membership is essential for competitive members planning on playing in ranked matches and teams and players who plan on attending the Australian Quidditch Championship (previously known as QUAFL) in December 2017. Register today!

  • Individual membership has been reduced from $50 to $40.
  • Trial membership will still be $10.
  • The Australian Quidditch Championship will now cost $15 per player to participate.


  • Club membership has been reduced from $150 to $75.
  • Clubs may register additional teams for $50. These teams within an overall club will have less restrictive transfer policies applied to them. Details about this will be out shortly.


In 2017, Quidditch Australia will use the IQA Rulebook 2016-2018, as its rules of play. There are however 2 exceptions that deviate from from IQA Rulebook 2016-2018.

IQA Rulebook 2016-2018

QAI Rulebook Amendments

Wrackspurts QC win the 2016 Australian Quidditch Championship

The Wrackspurts Quidditch Club have become the 2016 Australian Quidditch Champions defeating the second placed Western Sydney Quidditch club in a incredibly close game, with the Wrackspurts winning 120*-110.

This year’s Australian Quidditch Championship (AusQC) was the largest quidditch tournament held in Australia, featuring 23 teams and nearly 400 players from across the country.

Held at the Australian Institute of Sport for the first time, the legitimacy of quidditch in Australia continues to grow. Bringing together people of non-sporting and sporting backgrounds, the sport continues to establish itself at the forefront of gender equality for sports in Australia.



Photography by Ajantha Abey Quidditch Photography


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