Australia women's national under-18 ice hockey team
|Association||Ice Hockey Australia|
|General Manager||Ainslie Gardner|
|Head coach||Tamra Jones|
| New Zealand 2–2 Australia
(Dunedin, New Zealand; 6 December 2013)
| Australia 8–1 New Zealand
(Melbourne, Australia; 17 December 2014)
| New Zealand 5–1 Australia
(Dunedin, New Zealand; 9 December 2013)
|International record (W–L–T)|
The Australia women's national under-18 ice hockey team is the women's national under-18 ice hockey team of Australia. The team is controlled by Ice Hockey Australia, a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation.
The Australia women's national under-18 ice hockey team was formed in 2012 in order to qualify and compete in the IIHF World Women's U18 Championships. The team held its first training camp in September 2012 in Adelaide, South Australia and in January 2013 held another training camp in Brisbane, Queensland. Tamra Jones was named as the team's first head coach with Jo Frankenberger as her assistant. Following the two camps, 14 players and one goalie were included on the team roster. The team played their first game on 6 December 2013 against the New Zealand women's national under-18 ice hockey team in Dunedin, New Zealand, tying 2-2. It was part of a four game series being held in Dunedin between the two teams. Australia went on to lose the remaining three games of the series, which included their largest recorded loss of 1-5 in the final game. In December 2014 Australia hosted the New Zealand women's national under-18 ice hockey team for a five game series at the Medibank Icehouse in Melbourne. The team won the series three games to two and were awarded the 2014 Trans-Tasman Cup. They also recorded their largest international win in game four, defeating New Zealand 8-1.
|Name||Pos||Date of Birth||State|
|Bec Aldridge||D||1998||South Australia|
|Meg Ayris||F||1995||South Australia|
|Nat Ayris||F||1998||South Australia|
|Karly Coonan||F||1998||South Australia|
|Christiarn Hall||F||1998||New South Wales|
|Courtney Poole||F||1999||Western Australia|
|Carol Riley||D||1997||South Australia|
|Kate Tihema||D||1998||South Australia|
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