If you are interested in joining a family focused and friendly club, come along and say hello at a training session.
If you want to know more about email email@example.com.
An out of season winter training program is available for both juniors and seniors, Flipperball, and in-season summer training and fixtures for both juniors and seniors.
Flippaball is a modified non-contact version of mixed water polo for boys and girls in Years 3 – 7 (ages 7 to 12).
West Coast Wolverines is an American football (gridiron) club. The West Coast Wolverines consist of an Under 19 squad (age 14-18), a women’s squad (age 16+) and a men’s squad (age 19+) with the season typically running from October to February.
Training is held at Warrandyte Park, Craigie during the season.
The West Coast Wolverines also run a flag football league. Flag football is the fun, social, non-tackle version and a great introduction into the wonderful game of American football.
Games are on Monday nights with the season running from April to July at Warrandyte Park, Craigie.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded in 1978, the Quinns Districts Netball Club has gone from strength to strength. With approximately 200 players in age groups from Net Set Go (age 5) through to Opens – the Quinns Netball Club can provide your daughter or son with the opportunity to play netball and develop solid netball skills and a love of the game. QDNC is an inclusive and positive club with an emphasis placed on teamwork, enjoyment and professionalism. For further information visit www.quinnsnetball club.net
Training is at Gumblossom Courts.
Whitford Hockey Club offers Warwick Hockey Centre as a functions and venue facility. For further information please contact Tristram Woodhouse via email: email@example.com
WCFC is a participation-focused, volunteer-powered, family-friendly, team-orientated, equal-opportunity football club. WCFC aims to enable as many players as possible, regardless of ability, background, sex or race, to play football in an environment that is fair, friendly and fun.
Joondalup City Football Club is a non-profit community based sports organisation aimed at fostering and developing the game of football at all levels. Founded in 1989, the club has since grown in size and stature. Our home base is the modern Iluka Sports Complex on the corner of Marmion Avenue & Miami Beach Promenade, Joondalup, Western Australia.
The Edith Cowan University Cheerleading Club is a non-profit organisation, whose mission is to provide quality recreation and skill development in the sport of cheerleading, for all students of Edith Cowan University. We wish for people to recognise us as a friendly, fun-filled, hard-working, and talented team, and to accept the sport as one that requires dedication and athleticism. We aim to provide ECU with a competition squad at Local, State and National events for cheerleading.
The club trains at West Coast Fury Cheer & Tumble Wangara. For more information, http://ecucheer.weebly.com
Our Club was established in 2000, with a average of 3 teams each year from under 17 to Opens. Being a small club we take a interest in all our players and always there to offer support on the field as needed. In our nine years our teams have managed to reach the grandfinal with success.
Greenwood Tennis Club was started in 1975 in the suburb of Greenwood. The current location was built for Greenwood Tennis Club to accommodate the need for more courts and larger facilities. In the 1990s, the courts were increased to twelve and new, modern club-room facilities were built.
Kinross Netball Club was formed in the year 2000 and has participated in the by Joondalup Netball Association competition every year since. The club has 220+ members including players, umpires and volunteer coaches and managers.
The Club fosters netball skills and social interactions of female athletes who love the game. Players range from Net-Set-Go through to open age. We endeavour to develop our members in all facets of the game including playing, umpiring, coaching, mentoring and team management. We provide all athletes of every skill level with the opportunity to participate, guided by trained coaches, managers and umpires.
CNC was formed in 2005. Over the years our membership has grown. Currambine Netball Club provides an environment that nurtures the netballer that wishes to be a social player, and also provides a pathway for those that intend to pursue a career in high level netball. We are very proud of our Players, Coaches and Umpires, many who have been selected to represent Joondalup Netball Association in the Smarter Than Smoking Association Carnival, State and Regional programs and State league teams over the years. Our club is a proud member of Joondalup Netball Association.
We register players aged five to Opens. Our Winter season runs from the beginning of May through to September and we have a Spring season running for eight weeks in October and November. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out our Facebook page, Butler Netball Club, for more information.
Calisthenics is an artistic dance sport unique to Australia where participants aged from 4 to adult have fun and keep fit by learning: Gymnastics, Simplified Ballet, Dance, Singing, Acting, Marching, Club Swinging and Rod Twisting. Teams perform on stage in several competitions and at an Annual Family Concert.
Kallaroo Tigers Cricket Club is a small family-oriented cricket club that aims to provide players of all playing levels the opportunity to play cricket. We are passionate about the game, and strive for success on and off the field.
We offer non bowlers within the community the opportunity to play social fun bowls nightly over a fifteen week program and the opportunity to join with us either socially or competitively to enjoy our facilities with plenty of parking and a well-appointed clubhouse ideal for community functions.
The Stirling Senators Basketball Club is a community for players aged 4 to adult. We have grassroots junior sport through to professional SBL teams within the Warwick Stadium 8 court facility.
At the Kallaroo Tigers we strive to be a social sporting club, welcoming to cricketers with plenty or no experience and their families. We play to win, but don’t take ourselves too seriously and remove the pressures and responsibilities that playing for larger clubs can often bring.
The club operates from February to December on Wednesdays between 7:45 to 10:15pm. It provides organised social Badminton club activities for experienced adults and competent juniors on 4 courts, using feather shuttlecocks. Visitors are welcome, however, coaching is not provided so beginners may find it challenging.
The Northern Stars Volleyball Club promotes Volleyball in the northern suburbs. We started as a small club in 2009 and by 2011 have developed into one of the largest volleyball club registering teams the WA Volleyball League in all junior and senior divisions.
The Primary role of the Sorrento Surf Life Saving Club (SoSLSC) is to patrol the beaches and maintain a safe environment for the community; public and members, while embracing a family atmosphere and participating in and enjoying success in competition.
Mullaloo Surf Life Saving Club, established in 1961, is a dedicated volunteer organisation providing opportunities for life… we offer our community many services including surf rescue, surf sports and a great facility on beautiful Mullaloo beach. We welcome new members and visitors to share our passion for serving our community.
The Joondalup Lakers Hockey Club has been a part of the Hockey WA since its foundation in 1994. The relative youthfulness of the club has seen its creation rise in numbers as its clubrooms and playing fields are nestled within the growing northern suburbs of Iluka and Joondalup respectively.
Westcoast Masters Swimming Club, established 1983, is based in the northern suburbs of Perth and swim at Craigie Leisure Centre and HBF Arena Joondalup. Westcoast is a club for adults (18-75+) and has a fantastic base of qualified coaches who provide experience and skills to assist members individual endeavours.
Pirates Softball Club is relatively new club in the City of Joondalup offering Softball to both Men and Women of all ages to enjoy in a friendly and social atmosphere.
Joondalup Bowling Club combines a competitive bowling environment with a friendly and social atmosphere. There are 4 A-grade grass greens which are used all year round. Free coaching is provided to new bowlers. A Corporate bowls competition is available to the community in January and February.
We meet on Wednesday evenings for a one hour training / coaching session from 6.50 to 8.00pm. A trained coach provides a program aimed at stroke correction & aerobic fitness to improve your swimming ability. Current annual fee is $90. You can attend four trail sessions before joining Carine Masters..
Kingsley Woodvale Cricket Club is a senior club that provides opportunities for all skill levels. KWCC has 7 teams playing in various grades, and recently celebrated its 25th anniversary.
Masters Swimming Club for Swimmers 18 years and over. Coaching provided. Train on Tuesday and Thursday Evenings 7- 8pm. Saturday 9-11 am is aerobic swimming.
Arena Swim Club offers a complete non-competitive and competitive performance pathway/squad structure for swimmers from Junior level 7-12yrs to Elite Age and Open National Performance Teams. The program is strategically placed to progress Elite Open and Age swimmers, who meet the criteria, to be considered for acceptance into the WAIS High Performance Training Centre Team. Opportunity to keep fit train regularly and participate in organised swim meets.
Ocean Ridge Senior Cricket Club was established 1979 and is a member of the West Australian Suburban Turf Cricket Association. We train Tuesdays and Thursdays afternoons and play Saturday afternoons. Our club prides itself on playing hard and being competitive, but enjoying a great social atmosphere after the game.
Sorrento Bowling Cub offers great lawn bowling facilities and croquet courts. Beautiful surrounds are complemented by an attractive clubhouse, with dance floor, that is ideal for a friendly outing or a game of darts. Bowls range from competitive to social and relaxed. Facilities are available for hire at attractive rates.
Beaumaris Netball Club Inc. aims to provides a friendly and family orientated Club for all members with our aim being to keep players active and engaged in the game of Netball.
Joondalup Netball Association (JNA) provides programs and competition for all ages from 6 years of age to Seniors . Winter season commences in April 2016 with registrations to be completed by 15 March. Find your nearest club ,via the JNA website, for registration information. JNA Office hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9.30am – 2.30pm.
Sorrento TC is a welcoming friendly club for all ages. We offer a range of social, competitive & coaching sessions for juniors, adults and seniors. Please phone us or see our website for more information.
Joondalup Giants Rugby League Club fields teams in all junior grades from under 6 to Under 16’s. Senior grades 1st grade, Reserve grade, Third grade, Under 18’s and Ladies league tag. Family friendly Club. We welcome all new members, players, supporters and volunteers.
Northern Knights Cricket Club Inc has been in existence in excess of 25 years. Our Club ethos, “Fierce in Battle, Fair in Spirit” came about as a result of the origins of the Club through a Christian Church affiliation. Whilst only a small club, We are an “All Inclusive” Club.