Dalby Swans

Dalby Swans AFL club

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Founded in 1980, Dalby Swans AFC is a local sporting club from U6s through to Senior and Women’s teams.

The Dalby Swans have a strong culture and many successes as a junior club, winning numerous junior premierships throughout the 2000s. The clubs Women’s side in their debut season won the premiership, claiming the Swans first ever senior premiership since their foundation season in 1980.

Dalby Swans

Local Media
Dalby Herald

Home Ground
Dalby Sportsground and Recreation Reserve, Owen Street, Dalby

Dalby is a town in the Darling Downs region of Queensland, located 208 km northwest of Brisbane, at the junction of the Warrego, Moonie and Bunya Highways. Dalby is the administrative centre of the Western Downs Region and the centre of Australia’s richest grain and cotton growing area. The name of the town is believed to come from the village of Dalby on the Isle of Man and reflects immigration from the Isle of Man in the mid-19th century. The name was apparently chosen by Captain Samuel Perry when he surveyed the settlement in 1853.