The West Gippsland Hockey Association held its AGM on 31 October 2023. Please welcome our new Board members:

President: Tom Anderson
Vice President: Kapil Bhargava
Secretary: Nicole Creaser
Treasurer: Catherine Thorpe
Director: Chris Senini
Director: John Anderson

Thank you to our retiring Board members Stephanie Gourley, Natalie Oellermann and Sarah Miles for your commitment and work during the 2023 season.

We look forward to maintaining the strong sense of community that defines our club and fostering an environment for growth and excellence in hockey
in West Gippsland

WGHA Constitution

WGHA By-Laws (2023)

 New Members Welcome

Please Contact Tom 0422 697 611

Register for Hockey!

The registration portal is open for 2024. Your full registration covers both local Regional Hockey (Aztecs/Drouids/Gulls/Warriors) as well as Metro Hockey (West Gippsland Strikers) and Summer Hockey!

Click the link to Register

Frequently Asked Questions

2023 Hook into Hockey.

Our Hook into Hockey programme is aimed at youngsters aged from 5 to 12 to introduce them to the fun of hockey.

Our program for 2023 runs in Term 1 (7 weeks) staring on Monday Evenings (5:30pm-6:30pm) beginning TBA and Saturday mornings 9am-10am beginning TBA.

In term 2 & term 3 we will run our Stick2Hockey program which builds on their recently gained hockey skills and gets them ready to transition to our under 12 teams.

Please contact Hans Pedersen for more information on:

Email: Phone: 0490 359 495.

For Hook into Hockey participants you can register and pay online at: and use the program finder to find our program

West Gippsland Hockey Association is a sporting organisation that is responsible for the development and governance of 5  playing groups at Bellbird Park, Drouin.

The regional playing groups are Aztecs, Drouids, Gulls, and Warriors, with each playing group catering for all ages from mixed juniors (Under 12, 15 & 18) through to men’s and women’s competitions.

All games in our regional competition are played on our synthetic pitch at Bellbird Park, Drouin.

The Gippsland Strikers are our Metropolitan teams that cater for some junior, senior and masters players, and participate in the Melbourne Metropolitan Hockey Competition, organised by Hockey Victoria.

West Gippsland Hockey Association’s main aim is for all players to have fun in a supportive environment and to have the opportunity to develop their hockey skills and participate in competitive and friendly competitions.

As part of our vision we also undertake to assist in the development and support of additional programs that incorporate all aspects of the game, such as state and country tournaments, as well as umpiring and coaching skills.

Hockey is a unique family sport which can be played by people from all walks of life, age and skill level.

The player groups have access to a high quality hybrid synthetic pitch, with competition standard lighting,  enabling both daytime and evening competition and training.

Hockey continues over the summer months till December. However, hockey can continue nearly all year round  for those wanting more. There are options such as Hookin2Hockey for the younger players & summer hockey for older juniors and adults.

There are also opportunities to play in Junior Country Championships and Junior State Championships in addition to opportunities for Senior Country Weekends.

Some of our players have been selected to play in Victorian State Teams in their age group.

We welcome you to come and be part of a truly family-friendly environment, a safe and fun way to participate in a sport, whether it is as player, official or supporter….

Drouin & District Community Financial Services Limited is a sponsor and a well respected organisation which is renowned for their support of community organisations.
We support and recommend their services.
They have provided resources to purchase our scoreboard and to help fit out our new shed.
WGHA would like to thank Baw Baw Shire Council for their generous community grants support of the spectator seating, picnic tables and spectator shelters that were erected in 2018 /2019.  
Without their grant scheme, these facilities could not have been built.

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