The Australian Handball Federation (AHF) is the governing body for the sport of handball (also known as European Handball or Olympic Handball) in Australia.
The body was founded in 1985. In 1988, the body became the 100th member of the International Handball Federation.
The national team coach is Jan Ottosen
The Australian Men's Indoor team have qualified for seven IHF World Men's Handball Championship's, have won five Oceania Handball Nations Cup's and participated at the Sydney Olympic Games.
The Australian Women's Indoor team have qualified for seven IHF World Women's Handball Championship's and won six Oceania Handball Nations Cup's and participated at the Sydney Olympic Games.
Both the Men's and Women's National Beach Handball teams have participated at three Beach Handball World Championships and one World Games.
At a Junior level Australia has qualified for the IHF Women's Junior World Championship, IHF Men's Youth World Championship and Youth Olympic Games. In 2013, the Men & Women Under 21 were invited to the 2013 Continental Challenge Trophy in Mexico. Neither team won a game.
The National championships involve all state and territory federations. Main article Australian National Handball Championship
Australia also has a national club championship. The winner of this goes to the Oceania Handball Champions Cup. Main article Australian Handball Club Championship