Get out & Play VolleybalL


Volleyball offers people of all ages and abilities a lifetime of opportunity to play, compete and excel. The sport of volleyball is one of the most popular and exciting Olympic and Paralympic sports to play and watch, requiring a unique combination of skill, athleticism and teamwork.

Invented in 1895, volleyball is now one of the most popular sports in the world, with continued growth in participation for boys and girls. The sport can be played in a variety of formats on almost any surface.

Playing volleyball gives young athletes the opportunity to develop critical life and character skills including respect, leadership, teamwork and communication.

Whether your goal is to learn the basic skills to play recreationally or pursue your competitive dreams, the sport of volleyball has something for everyone to love.

When you play volleyball, you become part of a community where everyone is welcome and lifelong friendships are built through play, competition and fun.


Participating in any sport has benefits, but volleyball offers the opportunity for lessons that few other sports can. The volleyball community is a place where everyone is welcome and you can find a lifetime of play and competition. Volleyball brings families together to play and learn and offers the opportunity to create lifelong friendships and bonds. From character-building skills such as leadership, teamwork, respect and communication to the physical benefits of staying healthy and active, there is many more to that you can take away from our great sport.

Play is typically organised with two teams organised in a formation on either side of a net. Each team attempts to score points by sending the ball over the net to their opponent, with the goal of having the ball hit the ground to end each rally.

To begin play, one team serves the ball over the net to the opposing team. Once the serve has been received (serve receive), the receiving team has up to three contacts before they must send the ball back over the net to continue the rally. The rally continues, with each team allowed as many as three consecutive touches, until either a team makes a kill, grounding the ball on the opponent’s court and winning the rally; or a team commits a fault and loses the rally. The team that wins the rally is awarded a point and serves the ball to start the next rally. Players rotate clockwise around the court in a set order depending on who has possession of the ball.

Most rallies consist of the first two touches used to set up an attack, where the team tries to put the ball in the most advantageous position possible to score a point against the other team by sending the ball over the net in a way that their opponents are unable to keep the ball from hitting the ground. Players can legally contact the ball with any part of the body.

your path begins here

What do you want from volleyball? Whether you are a junior, high school or university player, a coach, official or volunteer, everyone is on a path to a goal. We’ll help you reach your podium.

No two paths are alike, but as members of Creadaptic Volleyball Club, we all belong to the same dominant, inclusive and competitive club in Queensland.



When you become a member of Creadaptic Volleyball Club you are part of a community of athletes, families, coaches, officials and more who love the sport of volleyball. You become a part of the team behind Team CVC. Find out what it means to become a member of CVC and see what benefits members receive. If you have questions, we’re here to help you choose the volleyball path that’s right for you.

We'll see you on court!