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Hockey WA 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.


Hockey WA has a zero-tolerance to any form of bullying, harassment and/or vilification towards people with diverse sexualities and/or genders. This includes forms of homophobia, biphobia and/or transphobia.


We are passionate about helping people lead happy, healthy and active lives. Hockey WA celebrates diversity of sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, intersex status, ability, skill, cultural background, ethnicity, location, religious or political beliefs, or life stage. There is a place in our sport for everyone, exactly as they are.


That is why Hockey WA has adopted and is in full support and full inclusion of LGBTQ hockey members and players as part  of Hockey Australia’s Inclusion Policy’s, which can be found here.


Your Sincerely,


Fabian Ross

Hockey WA CEO

Pride in Sport

Pride in Sport is a national not-for-profit sporting inclusion program specifically designed to assist sporting organisations of all levels with the inclusion of employees, athletes, coaches, volunteers and spectators with diverse sexualities and genders.

Hockey Australia is a member of Pride in Sport and involved in the Pride in Sport Index each year.


Minus 18

Minus 18 is an organisation dedicated to LGBTQ+ youth in Australia. Created to lead change, build social inclusion and advocate for an Australia where all young people are safe, empowered, and surrounded by people that support them.



QLife is an Australia-wide telephone and webchat peer support and referral service for LGBTIQ+ people and their loved ones. QLife is a free and anonymous service run by LGBTIQ+ peers for those wanting to talk about a range of issues including sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings or relationships.



LGBTIQA+ people may experience discrimination, harassment and hostility in many aspects of their everyday life – in their places of work and education and when accessing health or othr services. We at Lifeline are here to listen and support you, without judgement.


If you do experience bullying or harassment, or need to report an incident, you can do so by here.

Should you require confidential assistance, please contact Chris Crosby, Participation, Inclusion & Events Manager at