The Bunbury Football Club (previously known as Railways) has a proud history and was formed over one hundred years ago. The club has established itself as one of the largest and strongest football club in the South West of Western Australia and boasts a strong and diverse membership base.
Formerly located at the Bunbury Recreation Ground (near the Back Beach) the club relocated to PC Payne Park Club’s where premises were established in 1973 to cater for 200 people with kitchen facilities. In 1983 extensions incorporated a gymn, boardroom and upstairs function area that caters for an additional 100 people.
Our club is committed to supporting and promoting talented junior footballers through the grades to eventually play senior football.
As a club we continue to support community based sports through the use of our premises by the Bunbury Junior Football Club, Bunbury Men’s Darts competition, Leschenault Ladies Darts Competition, Bunbury Football Club Netball team, South West Disabled Sports and in November each year Relay for Life for the WA Cancer Council.
PC Payne Park, Herbert Road, Bunbury
The port city of Bunbury is the third largest city in WA after Perth and Mandurah. It is located 175 km south of Perth’s CBD. The port services the farming, mining and timber industries of the south west originally connected via an extensive rail network. It is named after Lieutenant Henry William St Pierre Bunbury, who developed the very difficult inland route from Pinjarra to Bunbury. Bunbury has sister-city relationships with Setagaya in Japan and Jiaxing in China.
1958, 1961-62, 1970, 1982-83, 2001, 2017