WA 20&U State Boys Team win the National Championships. Image credit: Pearse Photography.

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City Beach Bears win the 2015 Men’s Challenge Cup Grand Final

Melville Marlins win the 2015 Women’s Premier League Grand Final


Water polo is a game for all ages and the introduction to the game is through Flippaball. The program is designed for 8-12 year olds and is an ideal way to start the game. Skills and performance drills can be found by searching through this page.


If you are interested in becoming a water polo coach you can find out further information by contacting your local club. Some clubs allow coaches to commence without completing a coaching certificate but it is a worthwhile activity to undertake, particularly if you wish to progress to other levels of coaching within the network.


Becoming a water polo referee is a wonderful opportunity. Many Australian referees have officiated at the highest level of the sport at the Olympic Games and World Championships. The easiest way to get involved is to contact your local club or state association to find out when a Level 1 course is being held.


welcomeWater Polo is the oldest and longest standing team sport in the modern Olympics, having played at all modern Olympic Games since the 1900’s.  Today both males and females are playing water polo in over 150 countries around the world.

WA has been well represented at the playing and officiating level of the sport in national teams since Australia commenced competing in the Olympics and WA has been very successful on the national stage for the past 40 years having been a pioneer in the sports development.

Currently there are over 3,341 registered members in metropolitan and regional Western Australia and there are another estimated 1,000 participants in various school competitions.  Water Polo WA has a long-standing reputation for holding outstanding international tournaments and also hosts a national age group carnival every year.

Recent News

WA Boys Bring it home: Men’s 20 & Under National Championships Wrap

Western Australia celebrate their victory (Pic: Pearse Photography) Gold Medal Game: Western Australia win to prevent NSW from claiming seventh successive title Western Australia have won the 20 & Under National Championships, breaking the New South Wales stranglehold on the tournament with a decisive 20-15 victory over the NSW Blues at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre. RELATED: 20 & Under National Championships results and standings An outstanding effort from WA left-handers Luke Pavillard and Jordan Kremers-Taylor underpinned the victory, with the former scoring seven goals for the game, while the latter was named MVP of the tournament. Although WA led by

2015 Women’s 20 & Under National Championships Wrap

Gold Medal Game: Queensland win a thriller Queensland have survived commanding a comeback from the NSW Blues to win the women’s 20 & Under National Championship, a slender 10-11 victory over the Blues enough to see them claim gold on the final day of competition. RELATED: 20 & Under National Championships results and standings Bridget Leeson-Smith and Ellodie Ruffin put in standout performances for Queensland as they scored four goals each, while Blues player Pascalle Casey was impressive for her side, scoring twice, her first goal keeping NSW in the contest early in the piece. For Ruffin, the victory secured

Final selection camp for Australian junior & university teams in Sydney

Pascalle Casey (#2) & Ellodie Ruffin (#5) will both be in camp this week (Pic: Pearse Photography) A squad of Australia’s most promising female junior water polo athletes, as well a select few experienced players, have been named to attend a final selection camp for the 2015 FINA World Women’s Junior Water Polo Championships and 2015 World University Games, with the camp to be held in Sydney. The development of the Australian junior women’s program has been two years in the making, with head coach Eddie Denis piecing together a methodical plan to prepare the next generation of Australian water