Bronte Halligan made her debut for the Aussie Stingers in 2014 at 17 years old but before that had made an impression in the sport representing Australia in junior representative teams.
After finishing high school in 2014, Halligan embarked on an international water polo career at UCLA (2017-2021) to gain international experience and study. She has completed a degree majoring in Psychology with a minor in Disability Studies.
More recently, Halligan formed part of the bronze medal winning Aussie Stingers at the 2019 FINA World Championships, as well as taking the 2019 FINA World League Super Final.
Now a senior member of the Aussie Stingers squad, Halligan made her Olympics debut at the Tokyo Olympic Games., scoring a hattrick in her first game.
Her family is synonymous with sport, her father Daryl was a star rugby league player while sister Devon is a former Surf Life Saving world champion.