Over the past few years Hockey Burleigh has lost a significant amount of money as a result of players failing to pay their fees. This failure to pay by a small minority of mostly transient players is adversely affecting those who do pay fees on time.
This year we will be enforcing a strict NO PAY NO PLAY policy.
NO PAY NO PLAY
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We have set the fees early to allow you as much time as possible to prepare, we have also made Payment Plans available to assist members where necessary. For details about Payment Plans click here.
This NO PAY NO PLAY policy has been put in place to ensure all players are paying their way. Please understand, due to our financial commitments to pay for Turf Hire and Match Fees we cannot allow unfinancial players to play.
Thank you for your understanding in this regard.
Seniors: are defined as being 18 and over as at 1st Jan in the year of competition.
Juniors: are 17 or under as at 1st Jan in the year of competition. Even if you are only playing seniors but are under 18 you will register as a junior.
Please note: There is transaction fee of 2% + $1.60 transaction fee applicable to all online payments
How to Become a Member
Follow these steps to become a Hockey Burleigh member.
STEP 1 : HQ/HA Registration
Registration with Hockey Queensland (HQ)/Hockey Australia (HA) via the below portal automatically registers you as a player with Hockey Burleigh. You will be required to pay the HQ/HA fees to complete your registration.
An invoice for Hockey Burleigh fees will be sent to you once you have registered with HQ/HA. (This may take up to one day to arrive as our treasurer needs to produce it) You are not a financial member until you have also paid your Hockey Burleigh Fees or entered into a payment plan.
Joeys also need to register with HQ/HA. Once you have registered with HQ/HA we will send you an invoice for the Wednesday program only. When you decide to participate in the Saturdays program you will be invoiced additionally for this.
Dual Club Registrations
If you are a member with another club and want to play with Burleigh as a secondary club you will need to register again with HQ/HA through the Hockey Burleigh registration portal below. The HQ/HA fees will appear in ‘Registration cost’ however the system will realise at checkout that you have already paid with another club and this cost will be cancelled out at the checkout.
If you have played for another club within the past two years and want to play with Hockey Burleigh you will require a letter of clearance from your previous club. Please email your clearance to our registrar Maureen Fleming firstname.lastname@example.org
Other registration enquiries
If you are unsure what category to register in or, have any questions please email our registrar Maureen Fleming on: email@example.com
Click the "REGISTER" button below to register with Hockey Queensland
Note: As HA/HQ are introducing a new system in 2020 you cannot "RENEW"
STEP 2: Pay Hockey Burleigh Fees
Once you have registered with HQ/HA as per Step 1 above we will send you an email containing an invoice and a link to make payment online via credit card. Simply click on the "Pay Fees" button to be directed to an online payment portal to complete your Hockey Burleigh Fee payment.
NOTE: Hockey Burleigh fees must be paid prior to players being selected and taking the field.
Hockey Burleigh Fee Payment Plans
Hockey Burleigh are aware that some players and families may require financial assistance to pay their fees. We exist as a club for the benefit of our members so we have introduced Payment Plans to help where necessary.
Unfortunately due to limitations in the registration system HQ/HA fees cannot be added to a payment plan and must be paid at time of registration.
Hockey Burleigh Payment Plans will enable members to pay off their Hockey Burleigh fees over three equal monthly payments.
Payment Plans need to be entered into with the first payment being made prior to selection of teams for the first round of the season.
Second Instalment to be paid prior to 5th April.
Final Instalment to be paid prior to 5th May.
Whilst we endeavour to help all our members where possible, please understand due to our financial commitments to pay for Turf Hire and Match Fees we cannot extend Payment Plans past the above dates.
If you would like to enter into a Payment Plan please contact our Treasurer Tracey Matthews via email.
Get Started Assistance Program
Get Started is one of three funding programs that comprise the Queensland Government’s Get in the Game initiative to support sport and recreation at the grassroots level. Get Started assists children and young people who can least afford, or may otherwise benefit from, joining a sport or recreation club.
Eligible children and young people are provided with a voucher of up to $150 to help pay for club membership and/or participation fees.
The parent, guardian / carer will need to register for a QGrants account through the website and create a user name and password.
If the parent, guardian / carer have a Centrelink card they can complete the application form online without the need to do anything else. If they do not have a Centrelink card they can still apply, but they will need to get two referrals which can be the child’s teacher and principal.
NOTE: When you receive your getting started voucher please email it to our registrar on
Local Sporting Champions Grants (AIS - Sport Aus)
The Local Sporting Champions program provides financial assistance for coaches, officials and competitors aged 12-18 participating in state, national or international championships.
If successful, applicants will receive $500-$750 towards the cost of attending their championships
Base Grant: $500
Applicants travelling 800km - 1999km to their nominated championships: + $100
Applicants travelling internationally or greater than 2000km to their nominated championships: + $200
Applicants residing in a rural electorate: + $50
Young Athletes Travel Subsidy (Queensland Government)
The Young Athletes Travel Subsidy (travel subsidy) aims to foster the development of young athletes and support elite athlete pathways by providing financial assistance to help alleviate the costs associated with attending championship events. The travel subsidy provides financial assistance through three event tiers and supports attendance at specific state, national and international events.
Officials (such as coaches, referees and scorers) officiating at eligible events can also apply for assistance if they meet the eligibility criteria.
Who is eligible?
Applicants eligible to apply for support after attending the event are those who:
competed or officiated (as a coach, referee or scorer) at an eligible Queensland state or state school event, Australian national or national school event or international event in the past 6 months
have been residents of Queensland for at least 12 months preceding the event
were under the age of 18 at the start of the event
travelled a road distance of at least 250km (one-way) from their place of residence to the event location (check road distances using RACQ’s trip planner)
flew or travelled by rail a radial distance of at least 250km (one-way) from their place of residence to the event location (check radial distances)
have participation at the event confirmed by the regional/state/national coach or manager.
Applications must be correctly submitted within six months of attending the event to be eligible.
What funding is available?
The travel subsidy will allow up to a maximum of $1,200 in financial assistance over the three event tiers, once every two calendar years. Eligible athletes and officials can apply for one event per tier once every two calendar years.
For example, if an applicant attends a state and international event in 2016, they do not need to wait two years to apply for a national event. Or, if the applicant applies for all three event tiers in 2016 they must wait until 2018 before being eligible again.
The following travel subsidy amounts are available under the three event tiers:
state or state school event—$200
national or national school event—$400