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Wheelchair Rugby National League Melbourne Invitational

Updated: Feb 10, 2022

Come see the most exciting sport on wheels at the Wheelchair Rugby National League Melbourne Invitational!

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This nationwide tournament is where the best local wheelchair rugby teams battle to find out who is the best wheelchair rugby team in Australia. Victoria Vs New South Wales Vs Queensland.

Where: Cobblebank Stadium, Cobblebank VIC 3338

When: Friday 25 February - Sunday 27 February

Start times:

Friday 25 February 10:30 am

Saturday 26 February 10 am

Sunday 27 February 9:30 am

This event is proudly supported by: Protect, City of Melton, Victorian State Government

If you have any questions or requests, please email:

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Melbourne Invitational Flyer
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What to expect

It will be three days of six teams competing against each other from Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. The wheelchair rugby games will commence as group matches followed by a knockout finals format.


There will be photographers at the event. Please let us know if you do not wish to be photographed or have any issues with flash photography.


Please let us know if you have any accessibility or mobility requirements when you register. The venue is wheelchair accessible.

Getting to the stadium

The tournament will be held at Cobblebank Stadium at the corner of Ferris Road and Bridge Road, Cobblebank 3338.

You can arrive at the venue either by train or car.

COVID safe

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The safety of our attendees is paramount.

Due to COVID-19 health considerations, attendees must register for a ticket as per State Government guidelines so that we have details for contact tracing and don't go over the capacity limits.

We will be providing a Service Victoria QR code for

checking in and manual sign-in option for those without smartphones. You will need to bring proof of your double vaccinated status and we ask that you not attend if you have COVID symptoms or have been a close contact.

We will provide hand sanitiser. Masks will be compulsory indoors at this time. Unless exempt, we do recommend bringing one with you due to it being a high-density area and some attendees potentially being immunocompromised.

Thank you for understanding.

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