Peninsula Bombers

Peninsula Bombers AFL club

Peninsula Bombers AFL logoAbout
The club was formed in 1981 (as Lombadina) and renamed the Peninsula Bombers in 1999. They won their first premiership in 1987.

Bardi have excited the crowds of Broome with their blistering speed and raw talent since their inception into the competition, even though they have had to travel over 400 km on a dusty, corrugated road each weekend.

Website
Bardi Bombers

Home Ground
TBC

Location
Ardyaloon or One Arm Point or Bardi is an indigenous Australian community town in the Kimberley region of WA. It is located 2446 km north of Perth and the closest populated town is Derby. The area is home to the Bardi people. According to the local Aboriginal people the name ‘One Arm Point’ originated from the tale of an unfortunate pearler who had an accident with dynamite whilst attempting to catch fish using explosives in the bay.

Premierships
1987-88, 1992, 2000