Dynamic Flame Badminton Club
DFBC was founded in March 1977 and was incorporated with the Department of Commerce in May 1985. Primary role is to promote “Keep Fit FUN Badminton Activities” to increase the participation rate in badminton through leadership and support and by also encouraging young and diversified people to be involved in decision making and creating pathways through learnings.
DFBC / LGBA is “NOT for PROFIT” is a culturally diversified club for families, juniors, adults and seniors supporting participation by various nationalities. DFBC as a local community club continues to grow the sport by promoting badminton at grass roots level, schools and various community groups with the support of Dr Anne Aly (MP), Federal Member for Cowan, Emily Hamilton (MLA), Member for Joondalup, the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, Local Councils and Ashaway Pacific Sports (Singapore).
DFBC is an inclusive Act Belong Commit club involving partnerships with Mercy Care, Multicultural Services, Edmund Rice Centre and Communicare to provide and promote Keep Fit Fun Badminton Activities to low socio groups, ethnic groups and the communities in the City of Joondalup and City of Wanneroo.
Volunteering WA and various Local Councils provides upskilling of our volunteers so that we can provide communities with better services.
The vision is to create and establish pathways that provides Keep Fit FUN Badminton Activities and Social Development and to build a Badminton FUN Activity network that provides satisfying experiences for players in communities from different backgrounds.
Come meet us on Saturday at Heathridge Community Centre, corner of Siren Road & Sail Terrace, Heathridge
1.00pm to 2.30pm – Juniors
2.00pm to 4.00pm – Adults Social Games
DFBC provides free badminton coaching by Nationally Qualified Coaches all with Working with Children Certificates.
Cost to participate varies from pay if you can – free – a Gold coin donation to $8.
The club is proud to be a KIDSPORT club and can support applications for the receipt of $150 to participate in badminton.