This page provides information that will help all participants involved in the sport of volleyball in Victoria to provide safe and supportive environments and to promote professionalism. To link to the information, click on the relevant heading under related links.

Volleyball Victoria operates according to its Constitution:

Volleyball Victoria Constitution

Volleyball Victoria Policies Guidelines & Procedures (alphabetical order):

Alcohol Management Policy 

– Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority – WEBSITE

– Australian National Anti Doping Policy  2021

Awards & Recognition Policy (2020)

Child Safe E-Safety Guide

Child Safe Policy (2017)

Competition Regulation & Dispute Resolution (2010)

Concussion Policy

Customer Service Charter 

Extreme Heat Policy 

Fair Play Code (2018)

Lightning Policy

Member Protection Policy

Membership Terms & Conditions 

National Policy On Match Fixing (2013)

Pregnancy Policy

Privacy Policy 

Religious & Racial Vilification Policy

Social Media Policy  (2012)

Smoke Free Policy

State Teams Policy

Transportation of Child Approval 

Whisteblower Policy 

– The World Anti-Doping Agency – PROHIBITED LIST

Volleyball Victoria Codes of Conduct:

Code Of Conduct – Junior Players (2017)
Code Of Conduct – Senior Players (2017)
Code Of Conduct – Coaches (2017) 
Code Of Conduct – Officials (2017)
Code Of Conduct – Parent & Guardian (2017)
Code Of Conduct – Child Safe (2017)
Code Of Conduct – Fair Play Code (2018)

CHILD SAFE STANDARDS – From 1 January 2017, the Child Safe Standards will apply to sporting organisations that operate and provide sporting services to children within Victoria (including National Sporting Organisations). The Standards apply to organisations as a whole, not only the areas that work with children It takes many components to build an organisation with a culture of child safety. The Standards should act as a starting point from which your organisation can take action.

The Child Safe Standards incorporate: 
1. Strategies to embed an organisational culture of child safety, including through effective leadership arrangements 
2. A child safe policy or statement of commitment to child safety 
3. A code of conduct that establishes clear expectations for appropriate behaviour with children 
4. Screening, supervision, training and other human resources practices that reduce the risk of child abuse by new and existing personnel 
5. Processes for responding to and reporting suspected child abuse 
6. Strategies to identify and reduce or remove risks of child abuse 
7. Strategies to promote the participation and empowerment of children.

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HARASSMENT-FREE SPORT – Coaches and officials must not discriminate or harass others or be harassed or discriminated against on the grounds of race, colour or nationality; sex or gender; sexual or transgender orientation; pregnancy; marital or parental status; religious or political belief; social origin; age; or physical, mental or psychological disability. They must also be sensitive to how their behaviour is or might be received by others. 

MEMBER PROTECTION – Member protection is a term used by the Australian sports industry to describe the practices and procedures that protect an organisation’s members. For more information, visit the member protection policy on the website.

ANTI-DOPING – Under the World Anti-doping Code 2009 (Code), the use of drugs to enhance performance is prohibited in sport. Athletes, athlete support personnel (which includes coaches and officials) and sporting organisations all have responsibilities under the Code. These responsibilities and other information relating to anti-doping are provided in the anti-doping policy on the website.

VV Social Competitions

Follow the link for more information on the VV Social Competitions

State League Website

Follow the link to visit the State League Website


To view the Volleyball Victoria calendar of events, simply click on the link

School Cup Events

Follow the link to visit the Schools Cups Website