Sport and Recreation

Sport and recreation plays a large part in the lifestyle of many Quairading locals with much of our community spirit being felt in weekend sports and recreation clubs.

Most sports operate seasonally at various sporting facilities in and around town including football, netball, tennis, hockey, golf, cricket, badminton and bowls.

For more information on each sport and recreation club, see below and as always, keep an eye on the local weekly newsletter, The Passion Sheet and monthly newspaper produced by the Quairading CRC.


The Quairading Aquatic Club is our junior swimming club, meeting Mondays and Thursdays for club training and swimming.

An annual swim meet is held in February each year and swim-aways occur in other towns from time to time.


Ladies badminton occurs Tuesday mornings at the Town Hall usually during school terms 2 and 3. Subs are $50 for the season with a weekly playing shuttle fee of $3. Visitors fee $5.


President - Marg Dall - 0428 451 096

Postal Address: PO Box 113, Quairading WA 6383

Bowling Club Telephone: (08) 9645 1140

The formal bowling season in Quairading runs from October through April and scroungers occurs in the off season.

Quairading bowlers plan pennants in the East Avon Bowling League and each year are able to field several men's and ladies teams who often account for themselves very well.

The annual Country Week event is always well attended and enjoyed immensely by all.



President - Tom Hadlow - 0457 648 856


Juniors meet at 5:00pm on Fridays at the cricket nets on the town oval.

Cost is $20 per child and is open to all children, girls and boys, from Year 1-8. New players are always welcome at any time. The club has plenty of equipment for players to use.

Games occur from time to time during the year depending on the Men's fixtures.

doodenanning sporting club

President - Phil Dicker - 0418 933 126

Secretary - Marion O'Hare - 9635 3233

Doodenanning Sporting Club & Hall, Grey Street Doodenanning

The Hall is maintained by members of the Doodenanning Sporting Club and provides a community hub for residents of the north western Quairading Shire.

It is a meeting place for the Bush Fire Brigade, South Mortlock Catchment Group, family reunions, private parties, funeral services and wakes, caravanning clubs and Doodenanning Sporting Club.

Golf is played each Saturday afternoon during the winter with tennis available during the summer.

The Club uses its own funds along with grants to maintain and renovate the Hall - major works were carried out on a leach drain in 2017 and the kitchen was replaced in 2018. A concrete platform is proposed for the southern entrance to the Hall to improve safe entry and egress, providing enhancement to the exterior along with a safe outdoor dining area and tennis observation deck.

The Hall celebrated its centenary in September 2018 with a host of 150 plus people attending from all over the state.

New members are welcomed!

Check out the Google See Inside of the Doodenanning Hall here:

community gym

Co-located within the Arts Space at the Quairading CRC. Visit the Quairading CRC reception for membership enquiries.


12 months (Adult) $166 - full access with swipe card

12 months (Concession) $128 - full access with swipe card (valid Pensioners and Seniors card holders)

3 months $56 - full access with swipe card

Casual $12.50 per visit - access between 9am and 4.30pm Monday - Friday. Except Thursday (see hours below) No swipe card

Lost or damaged swipe card $22

Opening Hours

Monday - Wednesday 5.00am - 11.00pm

Thursday - 5.00am - 10.00am and 4.00pm - 11.00pm

Friday - Sunday 5.00am - 11.00pm

Through liaison with the Quairading Creative Arts Society (who shares the Cultural Arts Centre) it was agreed that the gym would not be open to the public on Thursdays from 10.00am to 4.00pm. The gym may also be closed at various times throughout the year when large community events are held in the Cultural Arts Centre. All changes to opening hours will be advertised well in advance. 

football club

The Quairading Bulls Football Club's League and Reserves sides compete in the Avon Football Association from April - September each year. Training sessions are held at the Town Oval twice a week through the playing season and pre-season.

Check out the Bulls on Facebook for more up to date info:

President - Lyall Brown 

Secretary - Braden Hayes

Treasurer - Kelli Brown

Postal Address: PO Box 37, Quairading WA 6383


President - Richard Cosgrove

Secretary - Jonathan Hippisley

Treasurer - Kylie Squiers

golf club

President - Shauna Stone - 0429 455 218

Vice President - Craig Anderson - 0428 754 218

Secretary - Fay Minchin - 0429 466 218

Treasurer - Christine Hadlow 

Ladies Captain - Di Wallwork - 0427 451 303

Men's Captain - Rohan Hadlow - 0428 161 535

Postal Address: PO Box 179

Golf Club Telephone (08) 9645 1017

During the official golf season (April - October) Wednesday is Ladies day and Saturday is for the men (with the occasional mixed day thrown in just for fun) - as well as mid-afternoon Thursday for scroungers.

All welcome on a Sunday and every other day in between except Tuesday afternoons when the Juniors take to the fairways for a few weeks. 


Coordinator - Rosie Duncan - 0429 457 045

Treasurer - Kylie Squiers

hockey club

President - Sarah Haythornthwaite - 0427 022 074

Secretary - Taryn Bond - 0437 156 467

Treasurer - Hannah Richards - 0407 868 207

Junior Coordinator - Carol Dall - 0428 181 279


The Quairading Ladies Hockey Club competes in the East Avon Women's Hockey Association (EAWHA). Games are generally held on Saturday afternoons during the winter sporting season from May to September. 

Their pre-season training commences mid-March at the Quairading Sportsground,, 6pm on Thursday evenings. Everyone is welcome to attend. If you would like more information on the club or if you would like to join in, please contact one of the committee.

netball club

Belles, Ladies & Juniors

President - Sarah Caporn

Secretary - Claire Gelmi

Treasurer - Stacey Harris

Belles Coordinator -  Tamara Stacey

The Quairading Junior Netball Club meet on Fridays for club training and games. On weekends they play games against other towns. Junior netball is for both boys and girls, aged from Pre-Primary to Year 10.

Belles Ladies Netball team meet on Wednesdays at the Netball courts, 6pm for training and follow the Avon League  fixtures on weekends.

south caroling social club

President - Matt Richards - 0427 527 226

Secretary - Kate Walker - 0418 213 940

Treasurer - Hannah Richards - 0407 868 207

South Caroling Social Club members are very social and enjoy tennis and BBQ's on Friday or Saturday afternoon and evenings.

Playing members subs are $40.00 for the playing season including ball fess. Visitor ball fees are $5.00 per playing season.

Feel free to contact a committee member for more information

The South Caroling Hall is currently undergoing ongoing refurbishments and is available for hire. Many a memorable gathering has occurred at the South Caroling Social Club. 

tennis club

President - Grant Mills

Secretary - Kelli Brown

Treasurer - Carol Dall


The tennis season runs from October to April. Keep an eye on local news publications for playing days and times.

Pennants - Quairading has a team in the East Avon pennant competition which generally runs on Saturdays during the tennis season. 

Juniors - arrangements for junior tennis and coaching change from year to year so check local press for info for contact a committee person for current information.

wamenusking sports club

President - Becky Cowcill 

Vice President - Anne Bingham

Secretary - Renee Anderson

Treasurer - Vicki Fulwood

Captain - Jenn Szczecinski

Membership Fees

Senior Tennis - $40

Junior Tennis - $15

Weekly Ball Fee - $2

Social - $25

Archery - $25

Weekly target fee - $5

TAA (Traditional Archery Australia)  State Titles will be hosted by the Wamenusking Sports Club on July 10, 2021.