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Formed in 1900, the Triabunna Kangaroos competed in the Oatlands District Football Association from 2001 to 2005.

In 2006 Triabunna was one of two clubs admitted to the Southern Football League’s regional league, the other being the newly formed Central Hawks.

The club changed its name and mascot and became known as the East Coast Bombers at the beginning of the 2011 season.

In 2016 Triabunna rejoined the Oatlands District Football Association.


Home Ground
Triabunna Recreation Ground, Charles Street, Triabunna

Triabunna is the second largest township on the east coast of Tasmania (after St Helens) and is located 84 km northeast of Hobart. It is a scenic township surrounded by beaches, hills and beautiful tracts of eucalyptus forest. The area contains many historic buildings from Tasmania’s colonial period. Triabunna also commands excellent views of Maria Island, which can be reached by a short ferry ride from the town. “Triabunna” is an Aboriginal Tasmanian word for the endemic Tasmanian native-hen.