Where to Play Ultimate in Victoria
There are a number of places that you can play Ultimate regularly in Victoria.
Social (Pick Up)
Social or “Pick Up” ultimate allows you to just rock up on the day and join in a game. See below for more details:
Port Melbourne (Beach)
Get involved in Ultimate by joining a league team! Contact the league coordinator to find out when the next season starts, and how you can join a team.
Albert Park League
Time: Monday, Wednesday and Sunday nights.
Venue: Hockey Drive, Albert Park
Format: Mixed, Mens, Uni Mens/Womens
Contact: Albert Park League
Time: Wednesday 7:30pm-9pm.
Venue: Allard Park, Donald St Brunswick East.
Format: Mixed, 7-a-side.
Contact: Brunswick Ultimate
North Balwyn Indoor League
Time: Tuesday 8-10pm (5 July – 30 August 2016)
Venue: Boroondara Sports Complex, 271c Belmore Rd, North Balwyn
Format: Indoor, Mixed and Open divisions
Contact: Groundhog Day Ultimate Club League
Wyndham Indoor League
Ballarat Indoor League
Time: Tuesday 6.30pm
Venue: East Ballarat Rec Centre. Fussell St, East Ballarat
Format: Mixed teams
Contact: Ballarat Ultimate Inc
Join a Club
Are you wanting to get more involved in ultimate? Perhaps you want to improve your game and try out for a Nationals team?
Ultimate Victoria have a range of affiliated clubs that cover a large variety of needs.
Select a club below to find out more about them.
Ballarat ultimate was the first regional club, starting from humble beginnings. Now hosting a league every week, as well as multiple tournaments throughout the year, and taking multiple teams to most tournaments around the state, Ballarat Ultimate is a strong club with lots of members, but still seeking new members and ideas to be brought to the club.
Bauhaus is a women’s Ultimate club from Melbourne. Our programs span from youth development and coaching to elite competition. This includes participating in the Australian national’s season and other international tournaments as well as the ‘Bauhaus (youth) Holiday Club’.
Bauhaus has an inclusive off-field culture with regular social events. Bauhaus aims to support recognition of Ultimate and of female athletes.
Chilly ranks among Australia’s oldest and most successful Ultimate clubs. The club just turned 15 years old and has claimed 4 nationals titles in its proud history. These include the 3-peat of , and another national championship in 2009. Chilly also won a bronze medal at the 2006 World Ultimate Club Championships, and came fourth at WUCC 2014.
Chilly fields multiple teams each season, catering for a mix of experience and skill levels.
Our motto defines how we behave both on the field and off. That’s why our focus is simple – “be cool, be Chilly”.
Eastern Ultimate is for all players regardless of experience level. We aim or provide a place where new players can be introduced to the game in a relaxed and friendly environment, and where current players can be assured of a fun game while helping player development. You can join at any stage of the season for a pick up game – simply come along for a run!
Ellipsis Ultimate’s goal is to be recognised as a club that encourages and promotes female athletes through the sport of ultimate. We strive to be the most professional ultimate club in Australia.
Since 2013 we have been crowned:
- Australian National Champions (2016)
- US Open Champions (2015)
- Asia Oceanic Champions (2013)
We send women’s and mixed teams to the Australian National Championships as well as run opportunities for u18 girls in Melbourne.
Funny Duck Ultimate
Funny Duck Ultimate caters for all ages and skill levels, with teams in nearly every division – with two teams at Albert Park League, Drakes Open and Valkyrie Women’s.
We train on Saturday mornings in Princes Park and encourage everyone to come along for a fun mix of drills and scrimmage.
Heads Of State Ultimate
Named after a line from a CAKE song, Heads of State were born as a juniors club in 2006. During a long, late night expedition to the Pancake Parlour in Melbourne – decisions were made to start an open age club. On that same night an adventurous five year plan to win a national championship was put in place by this group of 19 year olds. Since its inception, Heads of State has competed at the World Ultimate Club Championships in 2010 and 2014 and has also claimed the Australian Ultimate Championship title in 2015 to add to its pair of Australian Youth Ultimate Championship titles from 2006 and 2008. Heads of State currently fields four teams in the Open division, two teams in the Women’s division, and two teams in the Mixed division to compete at different levels from local Victorian Ultimate League competitions through to WUCC at the international level.
Wyndham Ultimate provides indoor and outdoor ultimate leagues for Wyndham and the western Melbourne suburbs and we compete in Melbourne and Victorian tournaments and leagues. Our primary indoor league runs on Sunday evenings at the newly developed Eagle Stadium in Werribee and our outdoor events run in association with the Hoppers Crossing Sports Club.
Ultimate Frisbee is the largest university sport at the Australian University Games. Each of Victoria’s major universities has an Ultimate club – contact your university club to find out how to get involved.
Melbourne University Ultimate is the official club for Ultimate at the University of Melbourne. The club was founded in the year 2000 and has gone from strength to strength ever since. Melbourne University Ultimate seeks to continue to improve and develop the Ultimate scene at both university level and beyond.
RMIT Ultimate Frisbee (RUF) is one of RMIT’s newest clubs. Started in March 2013 they are always on the lookout for new members who want to play.
There are social events during the year and friendly games against other University teams.
New members are always welcome!