The Victorian Mixed Ultimate League is a fierce competition held over 4 game days held once per month in various locations across Victoria.
The Australian u22 Ultimate Championships is an event showcasing over 280 top level players from the u22 age group. The event attracts teams from ACT, NSW, Queensland, Tasmania, Western Australia and Victoria.
The Sydney Melbourne Open (SMO), as the name suggests, is a tournament that alternates between Sydney and Melbourne. There is an “open” invite for all open and women’s teams from across Australia to attend and compete.
The Kings and Queens tournament is an annual event run by the Monash University Ultimate Club. It is usually held in Semester one and is open to anyone to play, regardless of experience or skill.
Early each year, Ballarat Ultimate Inc run the ‘Golden City Classic’ (or ‘GCC’ as it’s better known). It is the first tournament of the open/women’s season for most Victorian clubs. Tournament champions receive the greatest trophy in Australian ultimate, ‘The Golden Pan’.
Victoria hosted the Southern Regional Ultimate Championships every second year until 2019. Historically, the Southern Regional Ultimate Championships (SRUC) was the qualification event for the National Championships.
‘God Save The Queen’ has been running since 2014 and is an annual fundraiser for Ultimate Peace. It is held in Melbourne on the Monday of the Queen’s Birthday long weekend in June. It is a social, one day, mixed, team, tournament where teams are encouraged to dress up and have fun.
The Melbourne Hat is the longest running tournament in Australia. It began in 1989 and has continued to be a tournament that attracts players from all over Australia. It’s the tournament that caters for everyone, from absolute beginners to World Champions.
In 2019, the theme for the Melbourne Hat was Equity – 2019 Equity Hat.