Netball Victoria has designed programs for Aboriginal Victorians and Torres Strait Islander communities.  Programs include leadership, skill development and pathway opportunities from grassroots through to elite level.
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Designed by Wururndjeri, Dja Dja Wurrung woman - Samantha Richards

https://melbournevixens.com.au/news/feature-articles/wurundjeri-artist-sam-richards-on-designing-the-melbourne-vixens-2023-24-home-and-away-dress-artwork

Designed by Bri Pengarte Apma Hayes, Arrernte woman 

Designed by Tammy-Lee Atkinson, Yorta -Yorta woman 

Designed by Alice Pepper, Gunnai, Yorta Yorta/Mutti Mutti, Gunditjmara and Arrunte woman

Designed by Ky-Ya Nicholson-Ward, Wurundjeri, Dja Dja Wurrung Woman

Inaugural First Nations dress for the Melbourne Vixens designed by Nakia Cadd, Gunditjmara, Yorta-Yorta, Dja Dja Wurrung and Bunitj woman

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.