Netball Queensland's Clinics are a fun opportunity to improve your netball skills and come away with plenty of new netball friends. Clinics include a variety of on and off-court sessions with our incredible coaches, team-building activities and more. With something for everyone, it's time to get in the game!

What Clinic is best for me?

If you aren't sure what Clinic will suit you best, or if you have any other booking enquiries, please contact our team at


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· Best for everyone aged 5 to 10
· No prior netball experienced is required

· Best for everyone aged 9 to 12 who are ready to transition from modified gameplay to competitive rules 
· Best for those aged 9 to 10 who are excelling in Woolworths NetSetGO and are ready to learn competitive rules 
· Best for those aged 11 to 12 who are too old for Woolworths NetSetGO but are new to the game

· Best for everyone aged 12 to 14 who are familiar with competitive rules and are ready to expand their skill set 
· Best for those aged 12 who are familiar with or have learnt competitive rules from the Jump to Junior Clinic and are ready to excel their skills further 
· Best for those aged 13 to 14 who are too old for Jump to Juniors but want to learn and further netball skills

While parents are welcome to stay and watch, they are not required to stay for the duration of the clinic. However, a parent is required to check in and out with their child.

Yes! If your child would like to be in the same group as their friend, please provide their friends details under the allocated section when booking. Both children will need to be booked into the same clinic level, in order to participate with a friend. 

No previous netball experience is required! Netball Queensland welcome boys and girls of all skill levels to participate in our Netball Clinics. Please refer to the description of each Clinic to identify which best suits your child’s age and experience.

Make sure to wear comfortable activewear with netball or sports runners. Don't forget to bring a water bottle to stay hydrated, and if you are attending a full day clinic, bring along your lunch and a snack (any food brought must not contain nuts).