Welcome to the official website of the Australian Underwater Rugby Commission.

Underwater Rugby Australia

UWRA is a commission of the Australian Underwater Federation (AUF), the governing body for underwater sports in Australia.

The UWRA Commission is the body responsible for all national matters relating to the sport of Underwater Rugby in Australia. Underwater Rugby is officially recognised as an amateur sport by the Australian Sports Commission.

In conjunction with clubs, we aim to promote, advance, foster and cultivate the game of underwater rugby, and provide access to social and competitive experiences throughout Australia for all people at all levels.

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What is underwater rugby?

WHAT IS Underwater RUGBY?

Underwater rugby is a complex sport. Find out what equipment you'll need to play, fitness requirements, and learn the rules.

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UNSW Whales at nODEX


nODEX Sydney 2017: The Brisbane Gauls have managed to hold off the UNSW Whales to win nODEX 2017. Meanwhile, the Convicts-Gauls ladies just edged past the strong Victoria team to win the women's competition.

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