CURLING WA

Australia's biggest curling club

With over 500 years of history, Curling is one the world's oldest sports. This winter sport is played by over 2 million people worldwide, and has been an Olympic Sport since 1998.

As a member of the Australian Curling Federation (ACF), Curling WA is recognised as the official state body for the sport of Curling in Western Australia. Curling WA coordinates a number of Curling leagues, familiarisation sessions, beginners instruction and Curler development programmes within WA.

With full membership of the Australian Curling Federation, qualified members of Curling WA are able to take part in the national championships which are held on an annual basis for men, women, juniors, seniors and mixed teams.

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Curling Facility

We are planning Australia's first dedicated curling facility - click here for more information and to donate

Curling has started taking off here in Perth, and it's time for our sport to take the next step and build a dedicated curling facility that has world-class curling ice available all week, every week. 

The objective of this project will be to fund a 5-sheet curling facility that meets international competition standards.

A dedicated facility will create a multitude of opportunities for programs for members and casual players of all ages and abilities. We will be able to establish a club environment where community connectedness can grow and national and international visitors can join for events from friendly tours to world curling championships.

Latest news


  • 15 Feb 2021 6:32 PM | Hal Jenkins (Administrator)

    With Curling season nearly upon us (in the Southern Hemisphere), now is the time to start reminding your body what it needs to be able to do in order to make your hits without having to hit the physio the next day!

    Whilst I am sure we have all been keeping active and fit (lol) over the festive season, but Curling after a break always seems to help you rediscover muscles you had forgotten about.  Spending a couple minutes a day doing some simple exercises can really help soften the blow, and may even prevent an early season injury.

    Here is a [link] to a short video that runs through some gentle mobility exercises to help you on the way to being ready for the start of the Curling season (7 March!).

    I hope this is of some use.  Take care, and look forward to seeing you on the ice.


  • 22 Dec 2020 7:15 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Hal delivers a red stone

    After 9 weeks of matches, it came down to the final week to decide the winner of the Kambarang League. Congratulations to Team Armstrong who beat Team Dougling to finish winners at the top of the table. Full results can be found here.

  • 8 Oct 2020 6:44 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Congratulations to the Ice Girls on winning the 2020 Wednesday Spring Mini-League!

    The league ended up being very close with a number of tied games. Full results can be found here.
  • 8 Oct 2020 6:39 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We are planning Australia's first dedicated curling facility - click here for more information and to donate

    Curling has started taking off here in Perth, and it's time for our sport to take the next step and build a dedicated curling facility that has world-class curling ice available all week, every week. 

    The objective of this project will be to fund a 5-sheet curling facility that meets international competition standards.

    A dedicated facility will create a multitude of opportunities for programs for members and casual players of all ages and abilities. We will be able to establish a club environment where community connectedness can grow and national and international visitors can join for events from friendly tours to world curling championships.

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