Aqua Rugby Festival

Thursday 10 November 2022 to Saturday 12 November 2022

Overview

Aqua Ruby is a three day floating rugby festival, with full-contact matches played atop of a 30 x 30 metre pontoon where players have to dive off the floating pitch into the water to score a try, and…

Aqua Ruby is a three day floating rugby festival, with full-contact matches played atop of a 30 x 30 metre pontoon where players have to dive off the floating pitch into the water to score a try, and can be crash-tackled off the side pontoon.

This year they have a major focus on bringing tourism back to the beautiful Manly Shoreline with free access to Adult and Kids activations, local food and drinks trucks, entertainment and of course, the best view of the Aqua Rugby tournament from the beach!

The floating festival is packed with current and former rugby stars from the Men’s and Women’s formats, with a range of rugby league marquee imports to show their skills also.

For those not playing on the pontoon - there are thre ways to enjoy the Aqua Rugby action:
1.) Onboard one of Aqua Rugby’s ticketed yacht events lining the side of the pitch, with DJ’s, drinks and the best view of the action.
2.) Immersing yourself on the beach in Manly Cove with all of our shoreline activations, superstars and free fun games for the kids.
3.) If you can’t make it down to Manly, you can watch all the fun from the comfort of your own home via the colourful free-to-air television broadcast

Aqua Rugby Is proudly supported by Destination NSW

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