Walking Netball Queensland

Walking Netball is a fully inclusive sport that welcomes peoples of all ages, regardless of ability or fitness levels. It’s a great way to stay active with minimal risk of injury, increase fitness and meet a bunch of new friends.

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Whitsunday Sport Park
2489 Shute Harbour Road, Airlie Beach
Whitsunday Netball Association


Beaudesert Netball Association
Petersen St Beaudesert
Tuesday 6pm
Netball Queensland


Southpine Sports Complex
620 South Pine Rd, Brendale
Thursday 10am
Netball Queensland

Bribie Island

Bribie Island Netball Association
First Ave, Bribie Island
Monday 6:30pm
Netball Queensland


Bundaberg Netball Association
Bundaberg Superpark Netball Complex, Enid Ethel Drive, Kensington
Saturday 9:30am
Bundaberg Netball Association

Caloundra (Evenings)

Caloundra Indoor Stadium
31 North Street, Golden Beach, 4551
Thursday 7pm
Netball Queensland

Caloundra (Mornings)

Caloundra Indoor Stadium
31 North Street, Golden Beach, 4551
Wednesday 10:30am
Netball Queensland


Brisbane Netball Association
Bradbury Park, 468 Rode Rd, Chermside
Thursday 7pm
Netball Queensland


Chinchilla State High School
Rennick St Chinchilla
Chinchilla Netball Association

Downey Park (Windsor)

Downey Park Netball Association
Corner of Northey St & Green Terrace, Windsor
Monday 7pm
Netball Queensland


PCYC Gladstone
53 Yarroon St, Gladstone Central
Wednesdays 10am
Netball Queensland

Herbert River

Forest Beach State School
40 Pandanus Street
Monday 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Herbert River Netball Association


Mackay Netball Association
30 Casey Avenue, South Mackay
Monday 9am -10am Friday 6pm
Mackay Netball Association


Maroochydore MultiSports Complex
108 Fisherman's Rd, Maroochydore
Tuesday 6:30pm
Netball Queensland


Nambour Netball Association
Victory Park, 1 Laidlaw Road, Woombye QLD 4559
Saturday's 8am
Nambour Netball Association

Nathan (Evenings)

Nissan Arena
Corner of Mains and Kessel Rd, Nathan
Wednesday 6:30pm
Netball Queensland

Nathan (Mornings)

Nissan Arena
Corner of Mains and Kessel Rd, Nathan
Monday 10am
Netball Queensland


Noosa Netball Association
McKinnnon Drive Tewantin
Thursday 6pm
Noosa Netball Association

North Lakes

Northside Indoor Sports and Fitness Centre
17 Flinders Pde, Northlakes
Netball Queensland

Palm Beach

Gold Coast Recreational Centre
1525 Gold Coast Highway, Palm Beach
Tuesdays 9am
Netball Queensland

Pine Rivers

Les Hughes Sporting Complex
Francis Rd, Lawnton
Mondays 6:30pm
Netball Queensland

Southport / Carrara

Carrara Indoor Sports Centre
Broadbeach Nerang Road, Carrara, 4211
Friday 9am-11am
Southport Carrara Netball Association


Redlands Netball Association
242/190 Cleveland Redland Bay Rd, Thornlands
Monday 6pm
Redlands Netball Association


Townsville City Netball Association
William Angliss Drive, Annandale
Thursday 6:00pm
Townsville City Netball Association


Barmaryee Sports Complex
Barmaryee Rd, Yeppoon
Mondays 5:30pm
Netball Queensland

What is Walking Netball?

Walking Netball is a slower version of the game, it is netball, but at a walking pace. The game has been designed so anyone can play, regardless of age, ability or fitness levels. We encourage anyone that is looking for fun, laughter and fitness to come along and try Walking Netball.

Action shot of Walking Netball in Brisbane

Walking Netball is all about laughter, participation and friendships

It’s more than just playing a game once a week.

It’s a community of people that have chosen to get off the couch and re-engage in the sport they loved as a child.

Many participants are dealing with health and life challenges and we are proud to be running a program that is supporting their physical, social and mental well-being.

We are seeing strong friendships forming on and off the court. For many of our participants, Walking Netball is the highlight of their week.

Walking Netball Rules

1. No running or jumping – one foot must be on the ground at all times

2. Four seconds to throw the ball

3. You get an extra step so you dont have to stop so suddenly

4. You must be four feet away before you can defend your player

5. The centre pass will be taken by the opposite team that scored the goal

“The hardest part about Walking Netball is being brave enough to walk through the door, but once you do, you will be welcomed by lots of smiles and a bunch of new friends. I encourage people of all ages to come and try Walking Netball.”

Rhonda Newton, Walking Netball Coordinator.