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Policies & Governance 

On this page you find will elements of the governance of Hockey Queensland, including our strategic plan and our annual reports.

Hockey Queensland Constitution

Hockey Queensland Constitution (October 2023)

Hockey Queensland Strategic Plan

Hockey Queensland 2024 Strategy

Australian Hockey Strategic Plan 2023-24 and 2032 Vision

Annual Reports

The aim of the Hockey Queensland Year Book is to hold all Annual Records and Results for the year, and celebrate the achievements of Queenslanders in all aspects of the game.

Each year the Book will be improved and contain as much information as possible where it is prudent to do so.

Continuing records are maintained in the History section and can be downloaded from the Hockey Queensland website, however the Year Book contains annual records not necessarily kept in perpetuity at this time.

2019 Year Book
2021 Year Book
2022 Year Book
2023 Year Book


Sport is an Australian way of life. It brings people together, regardless of any differences in language, ability, culture and beliefs, and provides physical, social and economic benefits.

For those reasons, it’s critical that we keep hockey safe and fair, for everyone who participates.

Threats to sports integrity include things like behaviours that impact people’s positive experience of sport, such as discrimination or abuse, illicit drug use, doping and competition manipulation.

Integrity in sports means that athletes, volunteers, supporters and fans can participate in and celebrate sports, confident in the knowledge that they are part of a safe, fair and inclusive environment.

Hockey Queensland takes integrity seriously and is committed to safeguarding hockey.

All members and participants have an obligation to protect and maintain the integrity of hockey, as well as the health and well-being of others who participate.


Code of Conduct*

Complaints, Disputes and Discipline Policy*


Member Protection Policy*


Blue Card WWCC Policy (in progress)


Anti-doping rules apply to all participants of our sport, from high performance down to grassroots. All members must be aware of and have a basic understanding of their obligations in regard to anti-doping.

The Sport Integrity Australia website has a range of information and resources to assist, including:

The Hockey Queensland and Hockey Australia Anti-doping Policy is the Australian National Anti-Doping Policy, effective 1 January 2021, and can be found on the Sport Integrity Australia website.  All members, participants and non-participants in the sport of hockey are bound by these rules.

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) updates and publishes the Prohibited List each year.  The Prohibited List outlines what substances and methods are prohibited in sport and when.  The 2024 Prohibited List came into force on 1 January 2024 and can be found here.

Hockey Australia's Integrity Portal

*denotes Hockey Queensland adopting Hockey Australia's relevant policy

Hockey Queensland is committed to providing a safe, fun and inclusive environment for all people. Being an inclusive sport not only reflects our core values, but it also reflects the diversity of our communities involved in our sport.

Inclusion & Diversity Strategy

All policies presented on this page are inclusive of underrepresented groups, such as women, people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culturally and linguistically diverse people and LGBTQI communities


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