Entering the Games
Circulate Games information around your workplace
- Internal email is an effective way to gauge interest in your organisation.
- Place Games Brochures through out your workplace
to encourage participation.
- We also have a supply a Team Handbook containing
hints and suggestions to help you get started.
- All these are available from the links above.
Get Your Team Together
- A team in the Games may be of any size.
- One person in a sport may constitute a team, even though many organisations enter all sports.
- An individual may enter more that one sport, schedule permitting, but only for the same organisation.
Entering the Games
Before entering each entrant should carefully read important information specific to each Sport and the
Games Information page.
Games Online Entry System (GOES)…
- When entering payment is via Credit Card or PoliPay at the end of each submission (a transaction fee applies to credit card payments and we don't
- An Entry Submission Summary and Tax Receipt will be emailed.
- You can submit entries for any number of entrants in many sports but you must make one payment for the entire submission on completion.
- Get Entries in early or there is a risk of missing out.
- Some Sports will fill quickly. Entries received after the ‘Guaranteed Entry Deadline’ are taken on a first-in basis.
- No part payments for team entries eg for Basketball we accept only one payment for the whole team.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org or
call 02 9979 1455 if you need help.
- Once an Entry with payment has been received and processed by the Games (this can take up to 7 days) entrants details are posted to the Team List on
our website under Organisation Team List. This means you are confirmed as
an entrant in the Games. If your name is not listed contact the Games on 02 9979 1455. This is only active during the Games entry period.
- Accreditation is the process by which you get your Games ID. No entrant may compete without a validated Games ID.
- Before competing all Entrants must go through the Accreditation Process including signing a Waiver of Liability to receive their
validated Games ID. Accreditation CANNOT be done at a Sport Venue Desk.
- Accreditation is via online when entering the Games at no extra cost.
- Entrants will be given 7 days from their Entry Submission date to complete this process. Status of this process is posted under
Organising Your Team under Team List
- If not completed you must come to an Accreditation Centre in person. Bring a photo (face shot similar to drivers license - to go on the Games ID)
and photo ID. This may be done on your day of competition but allow extra time before your start time. It CANNOT be done at a Sport Venue Desk
and NOT by a 3rd party.
- If you haven't received or have lost your Games ID the Games has a duplicate at the New Cards Desk at an Accreditation Centre.
- You may use a photocopy for the Games ID photo as long as you are recognisable.
Bring your Accreditation Letter to an Accreditation Centre where…
- You must sign the Games 'Waiver of Liability'
- Your Games ID will be validated which must be presented at your Sport Venue
Now you are ready to compete in the Games ....Good Luck!!