Get ready to join one of our 10 amazing teams competing in the Randwick Netball Association (RNA) Autumn-Winter competition in Maroubra. Whether you’re new to netty and want to improve your skills, or you’re a seasoned A-Grade player hoping to find great teammates and tough competition, or somewhere in between, we will give you the opportunity to play with (and against) people of the same calibre.


We love umpires! Our players have the opportunity to learn or improve their umpiring skills with paid umpiring on Saturdays.


Our players also have the opportunity to coach another UNSW Netball team. If you’re new to coaching, we can help you set up game and training plans to ensure you always have fresh and relevant content for the team. Our coaches receive remuneration for their work.


Times and Locations


Saturdays at 2:10pm or 3:30pm (weekly variations)

Heffron Park Netball Courts


Wednesday Evenings (time slot depends on team)

Moore Park Netball Courts




UNSW Netball is a netball club located in Kingsford, which is in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. As our name suggests, we are affiliated with the University of New South Wales, although our club members include a rich mixture of players; some who have never attended UNSW nor any other university, some who are ex-students and of course, some who are current students.

UNSW Netball was founded in 1966 as the Women's Basketball Club (which the game was known as at that time), and changed it's name to the Netball Club in 1970. It was the first exclusively female club and has a long and very proud history. After something of a revival in the late nineties, the last two decades has seen the Club grow into a large, successful and inclusive group of people who feel part of something. This is strongly reflected by the fact that in 2005, for the first time in the Club's history, we were proud to say we had members who had been with us for at least 10 years. 

Our Club's committee has a mix of long standing members and new members who are passionate about our Club and its traditions. We play graded netball, social netball, mixed netball, men's netball, representative netball, we have coaches and umpires appropriate to all standards of the game and we have competed at every University Games tournament since inception.

We look forward to welcoming all new and returning members every year.