Forrestfield Rhinos

Forrestfield Rhinos AFL club

Forrestfield Rhinos AFL logoAbout
The club was established in 1975 and continues to support young players in the Forrestfield community, with the help of sponsors and dedicated parents with a passion for Australian Rules Football.

Forrestfield commenced in the West Australian Amateur Football League in E2 Grade in 2015.

Forrestfield Rhinos

Home Ground
Morrison Road, Forrestfield

Forrestfield is a suburb of the Shire of Kalamunda in WA. It lies 15 km to the southeast of Perth at the base of the Darling Scarp and the southern border of the Perth International Airport. The suburb is split by Roe Highway into a southern residential area and a northern industrial area. There is authority to suggest it is named after WA’s first premier, John Forrest. However, local folklore suggests that the name comes from Charles Hale, who settled in the area in 1902 and planted crops amongst the native forest bushland, hence Forrestfield.