FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 

When do registrations open?

7:00am, Monday 17 May 2021.

I’m new to VTG and would love to know more – where can I find all the information I need?

We love newbies – and we’ve designed a newbie info pack for you with everything you need to know about being a part of VTG.
 

I’ve been to VTG before, is there anything new I need to know or remember?

Welcome back. Check out our VTG Seasoner Information Pack for all the reminders you may need, and all the changes that you may need to know about.

How much does VTG cost?

That all depends on when you register and what you register for! Our tiered registration fees can be viewed here - the earlier you register, the cheaper it is! 
From there, each event you take part in has its own applicable fee – you can find these on each event’s page on the website.

Can I be confident VTG is going to happen given the ongoing impact of COVID-19?

We’re doing all we can to deliver the VTG in line with the latest health advice and in a COVID Safe manner.

In the unfortunate event the 2021 VTG is impacted due to COVID-19 or restrictions implemented by the Victorian government, a full refund will be granted to registered participants.

So, in short – we’ve got your back if you back us in.

An event I wanted to participate in at VTG25 hasn't been scheduled this year - why?

The VTG program evolves year on year and great consideration is given to the design of the schedule and what is on offer throughout the event. Several factors contribute to this – including the willingness of our wonderful local organisations to run the events, financial viability and ultimately, participant interest.
We pride ourselves on keeping the schedule fresh so you can all try new things!

When will the VTG25 themes be released?

Each year VTG themes it's days to give participants the chance to dress up and enjoy some fun whilst at The Games. This years' themes will be released in mid-June to allow ample time to organise your outfits!

I'm a DET corporate employee, how do I get time off to attend VTG? 

As per the current Victorian Public Service Enterprise Agreement, leave with pay up to a maximum of two weeks in any calendar year period may be granted to an Employee to partitipate as either a competitor or an official in any non-professional state, national or international sporting event. This applies to DET corporate staff when attending VTG.