With values of leadership, integrity, excellence and inclusion, Hockey Australia is the National Sporting Organisation for hockey, overseeing the sport in Australia.
Hockey Australia exists to provide Australians with the opportunity to participate in hockey from recreational junior levels through to elite senior competition, including the Olympic & Commonwealth Games. It is responsible for delivering these benefits to Australian hockey members through its member States and ensuring hockey in Australia achieves consistent success, a strong positive public profile and continuing player, officiating and spectator support at all levels.
In total, more than 125,000 registered participants regularly play hockey in Australia.
Hockey Australia is also responsible for the administration and operation of Australian national representative teams, including the world renowned Kookaburras and Hockeyroos, which between them have won 12 Olympic medals, 15 World Cup medals, ten Commonwealth Games medals and finished on the podium at 39 Champions Trophy tournaments.
Information about how hockey is run, our constitution and annual report.
Read about and download Hockey Australia’s 2019-2022 strategic plan.
|Sponsors and Partners
Find out about our existing sponsors and the benefits of partnering with hockey.
|Policies and Procedures
Policies, procedures and guidance for participants and administrators.
Information for the media including interview requests, photos and media contacts.
|State and Territory Associations
Contact details for the State and Territory Hockey Associations in Australia.
|Hall of Fame
Recognising those that have made significant contributions to hockey.
|Jobs in Hockey
The latest hockey jobs in Australia in association with Recruitment4Hockey.
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VicHealth’s Active Women & Girls
Hockey Australia is proud to be partnering with VicHealth to support more Victorian women and girls to get active. It’s fantastic that women’s sport is starting to get the recognition and respect it deserves but we still have a long way to go to equal men’s sport in terms of participation, media coverage and profile. And there are still not enough women in key decision making and leadership roles in sport. With the support of VicHealth funding, Hockey Australia will promote gender equality and increase the profile of women’s sport by promoting the This Girl Can – Victoria campaign to our members and community. By taking the VicHealth Gender Equality in Sport Leadership Pledge, we are also committing to achieving gender balance in all our public events and marketing, and prioritising access for women and girls in all facilities we use. We believe that increasing gender equality and female participation in sport benefits us all, from the girls who get to continue playing sport all the way to elite levels just like their brothers; to the local clubs whose community is enriched by having more women and girls involved; and the elite team Boards that make better decisions with diverse views around the table. Find out more about the This Girl Can Victoria campaign by visiting thisgirlcan.com.au and you can join the supportive This Girl Can community on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.