A rising star of Australian Netball, Amy Parmenter is a role model to young netballers both on and off the court.
Amy Parmenter, born in Randwick NSW, is an Australian netballer who currently plays for Giants Netball.
Parmenter is a starting wing defence for the Giants in the Suncorp Super Netball and has represented Netball New South Wales and Australia at under 17/19 levels.
She was elevated to the Giants senior team ahead of the 2019 season.
Parmenter had an outstanding debut season at the Giants, recording the most intercepts of any midcourter in the competition and ended the year by being awarded the Rising Star Award.
She is continuing to make a name for herself on and off the court, named in the Netball Australia’s Development squad in 2021 and being recognised by the Giants Members as the Members Player of the Year in 2020.
Currently studying Law and Public Relations at UTS, Parmenter has a strong passion towards working with charity and not for profit organisations.
She is the Founder and CEO of a charity called the Tie Dye Project, which raises money for the Cancer Council, a cause close to her heart. In addition to her own charitable pursuits, Parmenter is an ambassador for the Ronald McDonald House GWS.