Hockey Australia – http://hockey.org.au/
Hockey Australia is the National Sporting Organisation for hockey, overseeing the sport in its entirety in Australia.
Hockey Australia exists to provide Australians with the opportunity to participate in hockey from junior levels through to elite 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, coach, official and spectator support at all levels.
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, 13 World Cup medals, eight Commonwealth Games medals and finished on the podium at 39 Champions Trophy tournaments.
The organisation’s vision to “be respected as an Australian and international sporting leader, demonstrating innovation and excellence in everything we do,” ensures that it continually strives to achieve consistent success, build a strong and positive public profile and develop high quality players, coaches and officials at all levels.
Hockey Australia’s head office is located in Melbourne, Victoria. The Hockey Australia High Performance Unit is located at Perth Hockey Stadium, Perth, Western Australia.