Our board


Handball Australia operates with an executive board: President, 3 elected ordinary directors and directors from each state member association, along with a non-voting Secretary-general. The board also has a Treasurer position held by one of the directors.

To contact the board, please use: sec-gen@handballaustralia.org.au

The board

  • President (IHF Ethics Committee rep): Helen Boyd
  • Treasurer/NSW director: Scott Fearnside
  • Secretary-general: Bronwyn Thompson
  • Director: Johanna Roche (OCHF Treasurer)
  • Director: Kerrie Keyes
  • Director: Hannah Mouncey
  • Director Daniel Babich (OCHF Beach Commissioner)
  • ACT Director: Taip Ramadani
  • Queensland Director: Susan Wilson-Gahan
  • South Australian Director: Haylee Wilson
  • Victorian Director: Kirsten Lange
  • Western Australia Director: Matej Varhelick

Non-executive positions:

  • Membership registrar: Scott Fearnside
  • Transfers registrar: Helen Boyd
  • Coaching education: Vacant – contact Sec-Gen
  • Officiating education: Scott Fearnside

The sub-committees

Given the expansion of the sport in recent years, Handball has Committees to help with the operation. Interested and qualified members are welcome and invited to express interest in becoming involved.

The current subcommittees include:

  • Governance
  • Finance and audit
  • Development and grassroots
  • High performance
  • Communication, marketing, sponsorship and events

To enquire about participation in a subcommittee, contact info@handballaustralia.org.au and note your relevant experience or interest please.

Latest news

Handball Australia AGM April 26

The Australian Handball Federation Limited AGM is April 26, 2020 at 9:30am at Sydney Olympic Park. All currently financial members/associated members are welcome. Please do RSVP to ensure sufficient space at

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