What are the Australian Boardgaming Tournaments?
The Australian Boardgaming Tournaments are fun, family-friendly competitions with a focus on euro-style games including Ticket to Ride, Settlers of Catan, and Rummikub.
Prizes range from $20 gift vouchers all the way up to overseas airfares for world championship tournaments.
The 2018 Australian Championships were held in Sydney.
Please Note: The Australian Rummikub Championship was held at LFG Sydney on 14 July 2018.
The top 4 from the ACT and VIC were be automatically entered in the semi-finals round of the Australian Championship at LFG Sydney, and received weekend passes to LFG Sydney 2018.
World Rummikub Championship rules state that previous Australian Rummikub Champions are not eligible to represent Australia again.
Congratulations to David Cordover (Catan) and Marcel Green (Ticket to Ride).
Note: As David Cordover is already representing Australia as the 2017 National Champion, runner-up Nathan Johns is also headed to Cologne for the 2018 World Championship. (Both players to represent Australia in 2018.)
Easy! Just select your state page and purchase a ticket for your tournament*. If you're purchasing several tickets at once make sure to include all player names - and don't forget our group discount rates!
Due to round overlap you can only play ONE game per day! Choose wisely.
Ticket sales close at 10PM the night before your tournament. (Group Discount tickets close at 10PM on the Friday night.)
* Please note that organisers reserve the right to cancel tournaments if we do not reach a minimum 12 players. Refunds will be offered should this occur. Any refunds will be processed less booking and financial fees.
Family Tournament Tickets cost $10-15
Australian Championship Tickets cost from $20-$30, depending on the tournament.
Schedules differ for each event. See your state page for the relevant details.
Prizes differ for each event. See your state page for the relevant details.
Rules on tournament gameplay for each game are laid out on the Rules page. We encourage players to familiarise themselves with these documents.
Previous players will note the absence of Dominion and Carcassonne tournaments. Over the last four years we have personally underwritten the running of these tournaments. During this time we have been unable to attract sufficient players or additional financial support from the industry to make these tournaments at least break even. Should this change in the future we would look to reintroduce these tournaments but at this stage they are not economically feasible. This was not an easy decision for us to make but we think necessary to maintain the long term future of the other tournaments and events we run.