We are proud to present Quidditch Australia’s inaugural State Shield weekend, featuring the Victorian Leadbeaters, the New South Wales Blue Tongues, the Queensland Thunderbirds, and South Australia.
With the 2018 World Cup just over a year away, Quidditch Australia is excited to announce the selection of our 2018 Dropbears leadership team.
Quidditch Australia is excited to announce that the location of QUAFL: Australian Quidditch Championship 2017 will again be the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra, ACT.
Following a meeting of the board on the 27th of April, 2017, Nicholas Hirst has stepped down as Chairperson of Quidditch Australia. He will remain on the board of directors for the continuation of his term, maintaining control of the Media and Marketing portfolio. In his place, the board voted to elect Merryn Christian, current Secretary, as Chairperson.
Quidditch Australia are now taking applications for the manager and coach positions of our World Cup team in 2018. Below you’ll find the application criteria for each position as well as a brief description of their expected parameters. Be advised that the positions will be filled by separate people. Applications may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Quidditch Australia (QA) is proud to present the Australian nationals bid package for 2017! QA will host the seventh annual Australian quidditch championship towards the end of 2017. The tournament is QA’s premiere event, serving as Australia’s national championship and the culmination of the 2017 quidditch season. It is predicted that a minimum of twenty-four teams and four hundred attendees will be competing at the 2017 Australian quidditch championship, with teams traveling from all across the country.
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.
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.
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.
The Victorian Leadbeaters are the 2016 Quidditch Australia State Champions!
They defeated the NSW Blue Tongue Wizards 120*-50 in the third game of the final State of Origin series. The Blue Tongue Wizards gained the early edge with a 110*-50 victory over the Leadbeaters in the first game. In the second game, the Leadbeaters roared back with a 130*-20 win.