|Affiliation||Commonwealth Boxing Council|
|Vice president(s)||Charlie Lucas|
|Other key staff||Adam Height|
|Operating income||Title match sanction fee|
Australian National Boxing Federation (ANBF) is the governing body for the sport of professional boxing in Australia.
The body was founded in 1965 as the Australian Boxing Federation. In 1980s, the body took its current name of Australian National Boxing Federation. In 1977, the Australian Boxing Federation joined the Oriental and Pacific Boxing Federation and Pan Asian Boxing Association.
The national body has four state member associations – Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia.