Who We Are
The Australian Olympic Committee is a non-government, not-for-profit organisation, committed to the development of youth and sport. It is our responsibility to select, send and fund Australian Teams to the Olympic Games.
Find out about the people behind the AOC, including the President, Executive, Senior Management Team and Commissions. The outstanding individuals who are Life Members, Awardees and Office Bearers are also detailed.
The Objectives of the AOC are set out in the constitution and have been approved by the IOC under the Olympic Charter which regulates IOC recognition of all National Olympic Committees. Chapter 4 of the Charter explicitly sets out the mission and role of National Olympic Committees as well as their composition and structure.
The Objectives are in effect the strategic aims of the AOC, providing clarity of role and mission.
Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)
The AOC has taken another step on its journey of reconciliation through sport with the launch of its ‘ Reflect’ Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
The AOC is working to recognise the heritage, culture and history of First Nations people at every level of the organisation.
The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) takes on a leading role, in partnership with other sporting bodies, to ensure that sport can play a leading role in shaping Australia’s health and wellbeing as well as contributing to the country’s economic development.
The AOC is committed to using sport as a platform to power positive social change within Australian communities, working with the Federal Government on new investment models to help deliver its objectives under the National Sports Plan.
AOC Funding is derived from income distributions from the Australian Olympic Foundation, grants from the IOC, known as Olympic Solidarity, grants from the Organising Committees for the Olympic Games (OCOGs), sponsorship, licensing and fundraising for Olympic Teams by the AOC, State/Territory Olympic Councils and the Olympic Team Appeal Committees.
This information outlines the corporate documents associated with the AOC and the Australian Olympic Foundation (AOF).
Included are the annual reports, financial statements and associated AGM papers. Also the AOC Constitution, corporate and workforce policies, by-laws, charters and the Olympic Insignia Protection Act.