Cunderdin Magpies

Cunderdin Magpies AFL club

Formed in 1905, the Cunderdin Magpies compete in the Avon Football Association.

The Cunderdin Football Club is a community sporting group that runs through volunteers who thrive to bring country football and netball to all community members.

Cunderdin Magpies

Home Ground
Cunderdin Oval, Cunderdin Wyalkatchem Road, Cunderdin

Cunderdin is a town in the Wheatbelt region of WA, located 156 km east of Perth on the Great Eastern Highway. As part of the wheatbelt, the economy of Cunderdin is primarily agricultural. The first European visitor to the area was Charles Cooke Hunt, who explored the area in 1864 and recorded the name Cunderdin, from the Aboriginal name of a nearby hill. The meaning of the name is thought to mean “place of flowers”.

1964-65, 1975, 1977-78, 1985-86-87, 2014