16 February 2017
Entries for the final round of sports on offer at the 16th Australian Masters Games in Tasmania’s North West in October 2017 will open next week, on Tuesday 21 February.
Get your crew together and start finalising plans for your trip to Tassie – there is a sport on offer for everyone!
The full list of sports being held at the 16th Australian Masters Games is below, and we welcome participants of all abilities and standards, so long as you meet the minimum age criteria. In most sport this is 30 years, but there are some variations (e.g. swimming is 18 years and gymnastics is 20 years) – click here to check details for your sport.
To see the full schedule of sports, click here.
Tim O’Shannessey knows what it takes to compete at the highest level possible and has encouraged cyclists around the country to get on board for the 2017 Australian Masters Games.
If you love getting out for a spin and want to experience grassroots racing with the beautiful backdrop of Tasmania’s North West scenery then enter yourself in the Australian Masters Games.
Launceston native and former captain of the Australian national cricket team, Ricky Ponting, OA, is behind the 16th Australian Masters Games in Tasmania's North West and he has a message for anyone thinking about registering.