Super Netball Reserves - June 2nd


Watch the future stars of Suncorp Super Netball, as the Victorian Fury take on the QBE Swifts Academy in the pilot Super Netball Reserves competition at the State Netball Centre.


Victorian Fury vs QBE Swifts Academy

State Netball Centre | Wurundjeri Country

Sunday 2 June

Doors open – 9:30am

Match starts – 11am

Free event



  • Meet and have your photo taken with Vixens athletes!
  • Kids can get their face painted!
  • Snap a pic with Foxy!
  • Make Melbourne Vixens supporter badges thanks to the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation

Develop your netball skills with our free Woolworths NetSetGO Clinic:

Join our Junior Netball Coaching Workshop:

  • Sit with Sue Hawkins behind the Victorian bench at Super Netball Reserves, to discuss the match and learn from her experience as Head Coach in premier competitions in Australia, New Zealand and England.
  • $20
  • 9.45-12.30pm (including observing the game with Sue Hawkins)
  • Registration is open to coaches of all levels
  • Booked out - Join waitlist



Free event, register here!



Whether it be by car, public transport, taxi or rideshare, there are several transport options for your journey to the State Netball Centre.

Public transport is a great way to get to and from the State Netball Centre. 


TRAM - Yarra Trams operates tram services to the State Netball Centre.

Catch Tram 58 (which runs between West Coburg and Toorak) and stop at State Netball Hockey Centre/Royal Park (Stop 25). The State Netball Hockey Centre is a 3-minute walk from this tram stop. 


TRAIN - Metro Trains operates rail services to the State Netball Centre via the Upfield train line. Trains run from Flinders St Station on the Upfield line every day.

Catch the train to Royal Park station and then walk 8 minutes to the State Netball Centre.

For more information, including timetables, fares and maps, contact 1800 800 007 or visit the Public Transport Victoria website.


CAR – There is limited free parking available at the State Netball Centre. We encourage attendees to carpool or seek alternative travel arrangements where possible. 


ACCESSIBLE PARKING – Limited accessible parking is available at Entry A and Entry B at the State Netball Centre.


ALTERNATIVE PARKING OPTIONS – Melbourne Zoo is located a few minutes’ walk from the State Netball Centre. Car parking is $2 for a five-hour ticket and can be purchased using the EasyPark app. 

Local streets surrounding the State Netball Centre have limited street parking.