I am not aware of all of the courses available around Australia as there has been changes over the years. Some of the dietetics courses offer more sports nutrition units than others, so it would pay to check out the uni's in your state as to what units they offer. It is important to realise that to practice as a sports dietitian you need to be qualified as a clinical dietitian first, which generally entails a 4 year degree in nutrition and dietetics (which includes a masters or post grad of some description), then to specialise in sports nutrition through work and further study.
Sports Dietitians Australia — SDA Sports Nutrition Further Education Course - a weekend course held annually. Incorporates theory with practical scenarios, workshops and discussion groups.
Deakin University, VIC — sports nutrition unit as part of the Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics Course or as a post-graduate unit.
University of the Sunshine Coast, QLD — course available in Faculties of Science, Health and Education
University of Sydney, NSW — Sports Nutrition Honours Elective, currently only available to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science Nutrition (hons) degree but may soon be available to Qualified Dietitians as a single unit.
Coventry University — PgCert / Msc in Sport and Exercise Nutrition. This course has been designed with the input of SDUK (Sports Dietitians UK) and comprises of three masters level modules. The course for the PgCert has been designed to cater for the needs of the working dietitian with teaching sessions part time over 4 weekends in Coventry with the remaining content being delivered on-line. After successful completion of the PgCert students are eligible to in a master’s programme to achieve a MSc Sports & Exercise Nutrition.
Loughborough University — MSc in Sport and Exercise Nutrition
University of Chester — Exercise & Nutrition Science
London Metropolitan University — offers M.Sc in Sports Nutrition full time as well as part time.
UWIC in Cardiff - PGD/Msc in Sports and Excerise Nutrition. Campus: Llandaff, School: Cardiff School of Health Sciences, Course Length: One year full time or two years part time plus dissertation component. Applicants should have either a relevant initial degree in Human Nutrition (and/or dietetics) or Sports Science. The programme aims to allow participants to have the appropriate qualifications to register on the Sport and Exercise Nutrition Register (SENr).
If you know of others or have a correction, please let me know