The 2022 Judo Australia National Championships will be held at the Gold Coast Sport & Leisure Centre in Carrara, from 10 - 13 June 2022. 






The 2022 Nationals schedule can be found here

*Please note schedule is subject to change


Spectator tickets are on sale now!!! You can purchase through our ticketing website at: Gold Coast Tickets.

Event Outline

Further information can be found in the 2022 JANC Event Guide; including entry fees, competition rules and regulations.


Any enquires regarding the 2022 Judo Australia National Championships should be directed to JA Sports Director, Luis Val at and the Judo Australia Office at


Judo Australia will be holding a National Training Camp following the National Championships on the Gold Coast in June.

This camp is for Senior Boys and Girls, Cadets, Juniors and Senior aged athletes (born in 2010 or earlier). 

Session times are:

Monday 13 June 5pm - 7pm

Tuesday 14 June 9am - 11am   &   3pm - 5pm

Wednesday 15 June 9am - 11am

Cost of this camp is $40 (This does not include accommodation meals or transport)

Online registrations open 25 April 2022, register here

Registrations will close May 27 2021


Any enquiries regarding this camp should be directed to


COVID-19 - Latest Updates

COVID protocols for the 2022 JANC will endeavour to be consistent with the regulations stipulated by the Queensland Government and Gold Coast City Council. 

As at 21 March 2022 – proof of vaccination is not required to enter the Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre.  
It is your responsibility to remain up to date with the Queensland Government and Gold Coast City Council COVID requirements at Queensland Government Health and City of Gold Coast.

Judo Australia strongly encourages mask wearing while inside the Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre and when unable to maintain social distance. Judo Australia requests all attendees to monitor for COVID symptoms and not attend the venue if you are feeling unwell. COVID symptoms may include:
•    fever
•    coughing
•    sore throat
•    shortness of breath.
Other symptoms include:
•    runny nose or congestion
•    headache or fatigue
•    muscle or joint pains
•    nausea or loss of appetite
•    diarrhoea or vomiting
•    temporary loss of smell or altered sense of taste.
You' re encouraged to take personal responsibility to reduce the spread by practicing good hygiene:
•    wash your hands often for 20 seconds with soap and water
•    use alcohol-based hand sanitisers when you can’t use soap and water
•    avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
•    clean and disinfect surfaces you use often such as benchtops, desks and doorknobs
•    clean and disinfect objects you use often such as mobile phones, keys, wallets and work passes.
Wear a mask:
•    wash or sanitise your hands before putting it on or taking it off
•    make sure it covers your nose and mouth and fits snugly under your chin
•    avoid touching the front of your mask while wearing or removing it
•    keep it in place – don’t hang it around your neck or under your nose
•    use a new single use mask each time
•    wash and dry reusable masks after use and store in a clean dry place.
Practise physical distancing where possible:
•    keeping 1.5 metres away from others wherever possible
•    avoiding physical greetings such as handshaking, hugs and kisses
•    practising extra care on public transport
•    avoiding crowds and large gatherings
•    practising good hygiene
•    getting tested and staying at home if you have any cold or flu symptoms.
Get tested if you have any symptoms.