Where competing is still fun!

The  Maryborough Masters Games is an annual sporting event that is regarded as one of the premier and largest participation sporting events in the Wide Bay region.

It is expected over 500 participants will compete across 10 different sports this year.

The only criteria to compete in the Maryborough Masters Games is that you must meet the minimum age requirement. Most sports the minimum age requirement is 30 years old onwards. The games do not impose qualifying standards and welcomes participants from all over the world.

The Maryborough Masters Games offer participants a wide range of different sports, from softball to athletics and tennis, providing an opportunity for participants to try out a new sport and compete in multiple sports during the week. Athletes can register as an individual or in a team.

29th August – 20th October 2019

Latest News and Results

Masters Swimming Queensland

The Maryborough Masters Games is a short course event. This is an annual event popular with members from the central and south-east regions. As with all our regional meets, competitors love travelling to these swim [...]

Age no barrier in Masters Games

COMPETITORS in this year's Maryborough Masters Games are still feeling the pain of striving to regain their glory days. But as sore as those aching bones and weary muscles are, it's a small price to [...]

Olympic memories inspire veteran athlete

MARYBOROUGH'S Lynton Lewis has been launching into sand pits and leaping over bars for as long as he can remember. He even won a national gold medal in pole vault while in his 60s. But the [...]

Gympie wins Masters

GYMPIE'S women's football has cemented themselves as the best when it comes to their sport, walking away champions from the Maryborough Masters Games on the weekend. Player Tanya Albion said the side was thrown together [...]

Save masters games

IT'S time to step up to save our games. The annual Maryborough Masters Games are in serious trouble this year, with few nominations across the sports. Masters Games president Owen Maughan said it was up [...]

Masters invade Maryborough

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‘Gutsy’ produces the goods

TREVOR Parry is known as "Gutsy" to his friends and he lived up to his nickname over the weekend. Parry produced a gutsy effort by playing soccer for the first time in more than 21 [...]

Annual Masters Games kicks off

MEL Downes hung up his whistle last year. The long-time soccer referee finally called it time after officiating in the annual Maryborough Masters Games. Twelve months later, the Games are about to begin again and [...]