Uni Games

Australian University Games

The Australian University Games are held each year during lecture recess in semester two. The AUG’s are Australia’s largest annual sport’s competition and attract around 7000 University students each year from 41 universities. 30 sports are on offer and JCU sends a squad away each year to compete against the biggest and best from around the country. In 2016 the Australian University Games will be held in its spiritual home on the Gold Coast.

If you would like to have the opportunity to represent the university, meet new people from all over the country and make life long memories then this opportunity is for you!

For all details on sports offered and more about Australian University sport championship, go to the official website. Sign on to a JCU team by emailing [email protected].

Northern University Games

The games are held each year during the mid-year semester break, usually the first week of July. This competition comprises of the 11 universities in the Northern region of Queensland and Northern NSW.

Approximately 10-15 sports are offered each year. It is a great way to get involved with your University and meet new people from other Universities.

Northern University Games is also an opportunity for JCU to qualify for the upcoming Australian University Games Event held in September. In 2017 the Northern Uni games will be held in both Rockhampton and Yeppoon, depending on which sport you play.

For all details on sports offered and more about Australian University sport championship, go to the official website www.unigames.com.au

Get Involved

If you are wanting to represent JCU at any upcoming university games, please contact the JCU Sport and Recreation manager on 4781 4537 or email [email protected]

Join the JCU Sport Facebook Group to stay up to date with all the latest news and upcoming sporting games.

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The James Cook University Student Association works closely with the James Cook University. Please visit www.jcu.edu.au to find out more.