Established in 1971, Kalamunda & Districts Basketball Association (KDBA) is a not for profit organisation that is overseen by the KDBA Management Committee. KDBA relies on the efforts of volunteers for the majority of its operations with the association.

Since its inception, KDBA has enjoyed consistent growth from a local summer competition to the premier basketball association in WA’s eastern region.

Located at Ray Owen Sports Centre (96 Gladys Road, Lesmurdie), KDBA shares the City of Kalamunda council facility with Kalamunda & Districts Netball Association (KDNA) The facility attracts around 2,000-3,000 people through its doors during peak competition seasons.

KDBA is proudly represented in state league competitions by its representative club, the Kalamunda Eastern Suns.

In 2019 KDBA was proudly represented by the Suns with:

2 State Basketball League (SBL) Teams
> Kalamunda Eastern Suns Men’s SBL team
> Kalamunda Eastern Suns Women’s SBL team

44 WA Basketball League (WABL) Teams
> Kalamunda Eastern Suns SBL Division 1 Teams (1x Men, 1x Women)
> Kalamunda Eastern Suns WABL Junior Teams (9x Men/Boys, 8x Girls)
> Kalamunda Eastern Suns BWA State Championships Teams (15x Men/Boys, 10x Women/Girls)

KDBA also provides basketball competitions to approximately 200 domestic teams on a weekly basis, ranging from Under 9 through to Open Age divisions. KDBA is also proud to help provide inclusion competitions through the West Rise basketball program.

President`s Welcome

It is with both pride and pleasure that I welcome all our guests, visitors, players and members to the Kalamunda & Districts Basketball Association. Our ambition is to provide a pathway of development for all our members. We are a family centred association and we pride ourselves on being a part of the Hills community. I wish everyone a very warm welcome and we hope you enjoy your experiences at KDBA.
Scott Parker