A right-handed batsman she has scored 114 runs at Test level with her best innings an outstanding unbeaten 80 against England . A specialist wicket-keeper, she has taken 20 catches and completed two stumpings in Tests. Nine of her Tests have been in Ashes games against England, her other Test opponent being New Zealand.
She has played 84 One-day internationals for her country, scoring 365 runs at an average of 15.86 with her top score of 38 coming against the Ireland Women's team. She has also bowled one over in ODIs, without success. She was a member of the Australian teams which won the Women's Cricket World Cup in 1997, beating New Zealand, and 2005, beating the Indian team. She was a losing finalist in 2000 when New Zealand took the crown.
With the emergence of Jodie Purves as a young wicket keeper for Queensland Fire, Julia Price often plays now as a specialist middle order batsman for her state. In 89 matches in the Women's National Cricket League she has scored 1,812 runs, with a best of 112* against Western Australia Women, at an average of 23.84. She has scored eight other fifties and taken 78 catches and completed 23 stumpings.