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Bunbury Basketball Association Inc. (BBA) was established 29th November 1956 and became Incorporated on 8th September 1960. 

Bunbury Basketball Association has always been a volunteer organization, originally  operating out of Southway Hall in 1956, then Queens Gardens in 1961 and Hay Park from 1971. Initial Hay Park competition was held on six bitumen courts, operating over several nights a week. In 1980, BBA moved to Hay Park Recreation Centre, later named the South West Sports Centre, as inaugural tenants.

The current 2022/23 domestic summer competition runs a 15 round junior and 21 round senior competition . Each round takes 6 days a week to complete. The season involves 2200+ players resulting in excess 235 teams, up from 1500 players and 187 teams in 2019/20 season. The greatest growth in participation numbers is in our junior competition. Many players and some teams participating in our competition are from neighbouring Shires &/or Towns.

Our highly competitive Senior AGrade competition attracts teams and players from throughout the South West. Over winter many of these players also play in the semi-professional Basketball WA State League (NBL1 & WNBL1).

BBA has produced many players and officials who have gone on to higher State, National and Australian representative levels.


PresidentSam Fotu
Vice PresidentVacant
TreasurerMel Goff
SecretaryMarina Quain
Senior DirectorEbony Bilcich
Youth DirectorGavin Hayres
Referee DirectorVacant
Development/Representative DirectorTanya Metcalfe
Board Member (s)James Fitch
Rob Dempster
Ernie Hill