History of Netball Queensland
Netball Queensland celebrated its 46th year in 2017. After the All Australian Women’s Basketball Association changed its title to the All Australian Netball Association in August of 1970, Queensland followed suit shortly after in 1971 and the Queensland Women’s Basketball was changed to the Queensland Netball Association. The organisation became incorporated on May 22, 1985.
Netball Queensland is the state’s peak body accountable for the growth and development of Netball and its volunteers throughout Queensland. From our elite team, the Lorna Jane Queensland Firebirds, right down to the grassroots, our mission is to for people to belong, enjoy, develop and excel in netball. As the sport’s peak body, Netball Queensland provides leadership to 12 regional branches, 79 affiliated netball Associations, over 360 clubs, approximately 52,000 registered players and an engaged community of more than 300,000. Netball Queensland is a member of Netball Australia.
The previous Netball Queensland Office, Vulture Street Woolloongabba.