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About
The Donnybrook Football & Sporting Club was founded in 1897 and has a proud history of providing an interactive clubhouse involving the members, players and local community.

Donnybrook played in the Bunbury Collie Football League prior to becoming a founder member of the South West National Football League in 1957.

We are the largest community group in the Donnybrook/Balingup Shire, and cater for approximately 250 Juniors and Auskickers, as well as 100 Senior players.

Website
Donnybrook Dons

Facebook
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Local Media
Donnybrook Mail

Home Ground
V.C. Mitchell Park, Marmion Street, Donnybrook

Location
Donnybrook is a town situated between Boyanup and Kirup on the South Western Highway, located 210 km south of Perth. The town is the centre of apple production in Western Australia. The town is also known for its picturesque abundance of English Oak trees. It was first settled around 1842 when George Nash and others moved to the area. They named the place “Donnybrook” after the suburb of Dublin, Ireland that they came from.

Premierships
1977, 1998-99-2000