Volunteering with Volleyball WA

To celebrate Volunteer week, Volleyball WA is shining a light on volunteering in our sport.

Over the last twelve months, Volleyball WA has had more than 1,700 people volunteer to deliver a range of programs and products across all three volleyball disciplines. Utilised as officials, coaches, event staff and promotional positions, their efforts have helped grow the sport in WA.

“The tireless efforts of our volunteers help drive the development of our sport. Their commitment to provide guidance and support to our athletes means we can deliver a higher quality event. On behalf of the Volleyball WA board and staff, I would like to thank each and every one of them for their ongoing assistance.” Volleyball WA CEO Robyn Kuhl said. =

Volleyball WA offers a range of opportunities for people to give back and become volunteers. Two of the most critical roles are coaches and referees.


Coaching Volleyball is a rewarding experience as you watch individual athletes evolve into a singular team. To begin your coaching journey, individuals should register online to complete the Level 1 Foundation Coaching Course accreditation of Volleyball Australia’s Coaching Framework.

To find out more click here.


Referees are essential to any sport. Without referees, the lack of rule enforcement would make volleyball a significantly less pleasant sport to play. To begin your officiating journey, individuals should register online to do the Foundation Level 1 Referee Course. The online course has been designed to give individuals the knowledge needed to get started.

To find out more click here.

If you want to volunteer in Volleyball or assist at an upcoming event, please contact the Volleyball WA office on 08 9228 8522.