2014 AFL Community Camps announced

The AFL has announced the locations for the 2013/2014 Australia Post AFL Community Camps, with Greater Western Sydney Giants to kick off the first camp in Canberra on December 2.

The Gold Coast SUNS will head to Logan and Beenleigh on February 6 and 7 while the Brisbane Lions will visit Bundaberg, Hervey Bay, Ipswich and Springfield on February 7 and 8.

The Australia Post AFL Community Camps will see more than 800 AFL players take the game to regional and rural communities across Australia, as well as overseas again when St Kilda Football Club visits Wellington, New Zealand in February 2013.

AFL General Manager People, Customer and Community Dorothy Hisgrove said fans of all ages across the country will have the chance to meet their AFL heroes, in the lead up to the 2014 Toyota AFL Premiership Season.

“The Australia Post AFL Community Camps are about taking Australia’s game to regional and rural communities and providing fans with opportunities to meet and interact with their favourite AFL players and clubs.

“The AFL stars will carry out training sessions and visit schools, local football clubs, post offices, nursing homes and hospitals, to bring together individuals and communities, while promoting healthy lifestyles and participation.”

Australia Post General Manager Community Relations, Andrea Pearman believes the Australia Post AFL Community Camps play an important role in the communities they visit.

“The role of sport in building thriving communities cannot be underestimated.  Playing, watching or supporting sport can be an activity where all people are welcome as they come together and share a common passion”

“Through the Australia Post AFL Community Camps we are happy to help provide access to our national game to communities and individuals who may not otherwise have the opportunity enjoy all the AFL and its clubs have to offer.”

2013/2014 Australia Post AFL Community Camp location & surrounds





Victor Harbor, Kangaroo Island

Feb 10-11

Brisbane Lions

Bundaberg, Hervey Bay, Ipswich, Springfield.

Feb 7-8



Feb 4-5



Feb 17-18



Feb 4-5


Pinjarra, Harvey & Collie

Feb 6-7

Geelong Cats

Colac, Otway’s, Camperdown

Feb 13-14

Gold Coast


Logan, Beenleigh


Feb 6-7


Canberra (2013)


Dec 2-3


Launceston, Hobart, Burnie, Devonport


Feb 22-24



Alice Springs (linked to NAB Challenge game).



Feb 27 – March 1


Feb 27-28

North Melbourne


Feb 6-7

Port Adelaide

Whyalla, Ceduna, Lock, Wudinna & Kimba

Feb 17-18



Feb 4-5

St Kilda

Wellington (NZ)  &

Mornington Peninsula (Rosebud, Rye, Sorrento)

Feb 12-14


Feb 12-13


Regional – Wollongong, Bowral, Newcastle, Terrigal, Coffs Harbour, Port Macquarie, Tamworth, Armidale. 

Sydney metropolitan areas.


Feb 10-11

West Coast Eagles

Albany, Newman, Port Headland, Brookton, Boddington and Narrogin.

Feb 6-7

Western Bulldogs

Bacchus Marsh, Melton

Feb 4-5

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