The Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC) is one of five Continental Olympic bodies that look after the interests of 17 member nations from the Pacific Region including Australia and New Zealand.
To be innovative, positive and proactive in our developments in sport so that in everyway, we will make a positive contribution to the development of our region's athletes and the Olympic Movement.
Establish and maintain a viable and sustainable sport development infrastructure in the Oceania region, fully involving National Olympic Committees and National and Oceania representatives of the International Sports Federations.
ONOC activities are currently driven by its fourth development plan which was adopted at the ONOC General Assembly in April 2005, and covers the period 2005-2008 culminating in the Beijing Olympic Games.
The fourth Oceania National Olympic Committees Development Plan, covering the period 2005 - 2008 and culminating in the Beijing Olympic Games builds on the success of the previous four-year plan, which saw ONOC become more programme driven.