Rugby Camps


The Australian Rugby Union and Member Unions run a number of camps in the school holidays to cater for Rugby players of different ages and levels of experience.
Camp Wallaby is an annual skills coaching clinic run in the Easter school holidays catering for new & current players wishing to improve their game. The camp includes two different programs catering for players of differing ages and ability between 6yrs and 14yrs. 

Please note: In 2014/15, with the introduction of the National Junior Gold Cup Competition (JGC), Camp Wallaby: Pathway to Gold (High Performance Camp) program is not being offered. This National competition featuring 48 teams, is a long term program that focuses on the U15 and U17 age group that provides high level Rugby programming and development from November to March. Selection trials will be held in October in each region for players at U13 age upwards

State Unions also run camps as well. Please refer to your state union website for more details.

Camp Waratah is available in the school holidays.  For further inquiries please contact us at

Please note: refer to the ARU Rugby Participation activities terms and conditions before booking.

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