Australian Masters Games Volunteer training course

WELCOME TO THE AUSTRALIAN MASTERS GAMES TRAINING COURSE

Welcome and congratulations on choosing to volunteer at the 16th Australian Masters Games! Being a volunteer can be a rewarding experience. You will make new friends, learn new skills, give back to the community, have fun and most importantly make the 16th Australian Masters Games a huge success. The Games would not be possible without the generous support from volunteers such as yourself. As a volunteer you will have the chance to support competitors, spectators and Games organisers in making sure the Games run smoothly.

Through volunteering you will have the opportunity to make visitors feel welcome and showcase our wonderful community. When they go home they can share their positive memories of this region and the games with their family and friends thanks to your volunteering efforts.

Welcome to the Australian Masters Games to be held in Tasmania on the North West Coast. This year the games will be hosted by x, y z sponsors with the assistance of 1000 local volunteers.

Australian Masters Games | 1:43 mins

"This short will deliver x w z for you and assist you in your preparation for volunteering the the AMG. You be joined by 1000 other great amazing people..."

Polo for overs 50s

This awesome sport will comprise of 10 rounds of polo followed by a BBQ.

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Diverse sports for everyone of all ages.
Never too late to give it a go.

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