'Participate, Connect, Inspire'
History & About
The VTG is a major multi-day, multi-sport event on the education calendar and provides an opportunity for education professionals to participate and connect through a range of sporting, recreation, wellness and social events.
Educators across Victoria view the event as a unique way to build team morale and enhance staff health and wellbeing.
On average, more than 2,200 Victorian educators and teams attend year on year.
Educators can participate as individuals and/or as part of a team. The program incorporates a smorgasbord of high to low intensity events to choose from, and participants can take part in as many events as they wish.
As an event run by SSV and the DE, it is through VTG that we aim to build workforce capability amongst Victorian educators to enhance Education State and school sport outcomes.
The inaugural Victorian Teachers’ Games took place in Geelong in 1996.
The Games have travelled across the state of Victoria and included over 100 different events in its history, continuing to meet participant interest and match trends and competition formats in the sporting landscape.
When & Where
Sunday 17 - Wednesday 20
Latrobe City, Victoria
Where to Stay
Who can Attend
There are are a range of accommodation opportunities within Latrobe City, whether you're staying for one night or three.
Try to get as close to the action as possible in Traralgon to reduce the need for driving and transport.
The Visit Latrobe City website has a range of recommendations.
Anybody employed by a school in Victoria (gov & non-gov) - including VIT registered teachers, education support staff, casual & retired teachers, DET corporate staff, registered volunteers and sponsors of the event are eligible to attend VTG.
Events & Registration
Information on events and registrations can be found on our VTG 2023 page.