With the aim of increasing participation and building the capacity of the leaders of tomorrow among Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander communities, Netball Victoria has designed some specific programs and initiatives. Netball Victoria supports Associations, Leagues and Clubs when engaging with CaLD communities. To get involved, or for more information on the below programs please register your interest here.
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Netball Victoria are proud to be completing our first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). Through our Reflect RAP, Netball Victoria are committed to increasing our understanding of Victoria’s current landscape of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander netball participation, identifying the barriers both at the elite and grass roots level to enhance and develop pathways, and educating non-Aboriginal populations on Victoria’s Aboriginal culture.

Designed by Alice Pepper

Designed by Ky-Ya Nicholson-Ward 

Inaugural Indigenous dress for the Melbourne Vixens designed by Nakia Cadd

VACSAL Statewide Football Netball Carnival

Netball Victoria has worked collaboratively with the Victorian Aboriginal Community Services Association (VACSAL) since 2013 on projects to enhance Indigenous and Torres Straight Islander women and girls’ health and wellbeing through the vehicle of netball and sport. The major event of this collaboration is the VACSAL Football Netball Carnival, which is held annually.

Lagunta Sisters - Korin Gamadji Institute (KGI)

The (KGI) netball program plays an important role in closing the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
The program promotes leadership and professional development to Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander women aged 13-17.