Australia women's national rugby sevens team
|Union||Australian Rugby Union|
|World Cup Sevens|
|Appearances||3 (First in 2009)|
|Best result||Champions (2009)|
|2016 Rio de Janeiro||Team|
|2018 Gold Coast||Team|
|2015 Port Moresby||Team|
The Australia women's national rugby sevens team were champions of the inaugural Women's Sevens World Cup in 2009. The team plays in the World Rugby Women's Sevens Series as one of the "core teams" on the world tour, of which they were crowned Champions in 2015–16. The team also played in the preceding competition to the current world series, the IRB Women's Sevens Challenge Cup. In 2016, they won the inaugural gold medal at the Rio Olympics.
Team name 
The national sevens side is known as Australia and, as confirmed by captain Sharni Williams, does not have a nickname as of 2015. The team is sometimes referred to as the Pearls in sections of the media, but that name refers to Australia's developmental sevens side that participates in domestic tournaments rather than the official national team.
- 2017–18 World Rugby Women's Sevens Series Champions
- 2018 Super Sevens Brisbane Winner
- 2018 Sydney Women's Sevens Winner
- 2017 Dubai Women's Sevens Winner
- 2016 Oceania Women's Sevens Winner
- 2016 Olympics Rugby Sevens - Women Gold Medal
- 2015–16 World Rugby Women's Sevens Series Champions
- 2016 USA Women's Sevens Winner
- 2016 São Paulo Women's Sevens Winner
- 2015 Dubai Women's Sevens Winner
- 2015 London Women's Sevens Winner
- 2014 São Paulo Women's Sevens Winner
- 2013 Dubai Women's Sevens Winner
- 2013 Oceania Women's Sevens Champions
- 2012 Asia-Pacific Championship Winner
- 2012 Darwin Hottest Sevens Winner
- 2009 Rugby World Cup Sevens Champions
- 2009 Hong Kong Women's Sevens Winner
- 2008 Oceania Women's Sevens Winner
A red box around the year indicates tournaments played within Australia
World Cup Sevens
|Rugby World Cup 7s|
|Olympic Games 7s|
|Commonwealth Games 7s|
|Pacific Games 7s|
Oceania Women's Sevens
|Oceania Women's 7s|
|2015||Did not attend|
World Series record
- Charlotte Caslick
- Emilee Cherry
- Georgina Friedrichs
- Demi Hayes
- Page McGregor
- Shannon Parry
- Alicia Quirk
- Cassie Staples
- Emma Sykes
- Dominique du Toit
- Emma Tonegato
- Sharni Williams
- Shannon Parry – (2018)
- Australia women's national rugby union team
- National Rugby Sevens Championships
- National Women's Rugby Championship
- Super W
- Women's rugby union in Australia
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