Palm Beach Currumbin Australian Football Club

The Palm Beach Currumbin Australian Football Club is an Australian rules football club on the Gold Coast, Queensland. The club emblem is the lion[1] and the club plays in both Division One and Division Two of the AFL Queensland State League.

Palm Beach Currumbin
Full namePalm Beach Currumbin Australian Football Club Inc.
2016 season
Club details
Founded1961 (1961)
PresidentGlenn Spencer
CoachChad Owens
Captain(s)Jesse Derrick
Ground(s)Salk Oval, Thrower Drive, Palm Beach QLD 4221
Other information

Palm Beach won the 1999 premiership.[2]


The Central Australian Football Club was established in 1961 and was one of the founding clubs of the Gold Coast Australian Football League. By 1965 the club had captured its first GCAFL premiership and would later change its name to the Palm Beach Currumbin Australian Football Club.

Premierships (12)

No. Year Competition Opponent Score Venue
11965GCAFLSurfers Paradise Demons10.13 (73) - 7.11 (53)Salk Oval
21971GCAFLSouthport Magpies9.11 (65) - 7.9 (51)Salk Oval
31973GCAFLSouthport Magpies18.15 (123) - 9.13 (67)Salk Oval
41985GCAFLSurfers Paradise Demons
51995GCAFLLabrador Tigers13.12 (90) - 11.17 (83)Len Peak Oval
61999QSFLGCSurfers Paradise Demons
72000AFLQSLCoolangatta Blues
82007AFLQSLWestern MagpiesCarrara Stadium
92009QAFL Div 1Noosa Tigers14.15 (99) - 10.11 (71)Maroochydore Multi Sports Complex
102013SEQAFL Div 1Springwood Pumas18.19 (127) - 12.11 (83)Giffin Park
112017QAFLLabrador Tigers14.20 (104) - 7.9 (51)Fankhauser Reserve
122018QAFLBroadbeach Cats14.16 (100) - 9.12 (66)Leyshon Park

Drafted players in the AFL

YearNameTeamDraft №
1994John HuttonFremantleWA Zone Selection
2015Jesse JoyceGold Coast67th (rookie)
2016Brad ScheerGold Coast67th
2016Max SpencerGold CoastAcademy selection (rookie)
2017Brayden CrossleyGold Coast52nd
2017Jacob DawsonGold CoastAcademy selection (rookie)
2017Jacob HeronGold CoastAcademy selection (rookie)
2018Caleb GrahamGold Coast71st


  1. "HISTORY OF PBCAFC". Palm Beach Currumbin AFC. Retrieved 15 May 2013.
  2. "Season 2011". Robina Roos. Retrieved 5 March 2012.
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