Quidditch Australia is looking for enthusiastic people to help run the 2016 QUAFL tournament. Please email all expressions of interest to email@example.com by the 27th of May with a cover letter for why you believe you would suit the role/s.
Quidditch Australia is proud to present QUAFL: The Australian Quidditch Championships for 2016.
In December, over 20 of the top quidditch teams from around the country will head to Canberra to decide who is this years Australian national quidditch champion. Hosted at the Australian Institute of Sport, QUAFL is Quidditch Australia’s premier event, serving as Australia’s national championships, and the culmination of the 2016 national quidditch season.
Quidditch Australia like to open expressions of interest (EOIs) for appointment to the board of directors.
Quidditch Australia is proud to announce the 2016 Dropbears team that will be representing Australia at the IQA World Cup, held in Frankfurt on the 23rd and 24th of July. Follow our Facebook page for updates leading up to the tournament including fundraising details and exclusive interviews.
After much anticipation, here is the 2016 QUAFL bid package for this year’s premier Australian quidditch tournament!
Coming up this February, QuidCamp is the Australian Quidditch Association’s annual quidditch camp where knowledge and strategy are shared, referees are tested and friendships renewed. QuidCamp consists of seminars and workshops run by our most experienced players, a one-day “fantasy” tournament to apply and practice new-found knowledge, a social function, sleepover and the usual quidkid craziness.
This year quidditch will be a part of the Australian University Sports UniGames, UniBattle 2015. The Australian Quidditch Association, headed by Eva Alexandra and Hannah Monty have been working with the Australian University Sports to create the facilities for quidditch to be played at UniBattle for the first time ever, a huge step forward in establishing quidditch into the mainstream sporting community.