Join Us

We’re always looking for new skaters and we accept new members throughout the year.  We have training locations all over the Perth metropolitan area.

Our introductory training program runs on a twelve week cycle so if you’re interested in skating, send us an email.

If you can’t skate, don’t worry; some of our best skaters put wheels on their feet for the first time when they joined WA Roller Derby.  We have training locations both North and South of the river, so you’ll find somewhere to train near you.

Have questions? Check out the New Members’ FAQ!

Some of our new members doing a cool-down stretch after a training session.

WA Roller Derby is hosting two information sessions in the lead up to our next intake for new skaters, referees and non-skating officials.  These sessions are held at our regular training venues during our level 1 and 2 training sessions, so you’ll get to see some skating action and what a training session involves.

The sessions will be hosted by our recruitment coordinator, Fury, who will take you through the ins and outs of Roller Derby and give you all the information you need to join and answer any questions you might have (you’ll probably have quite a few!).

For the official event and updates, see our Facebook page!

Skater Training Rundown 

To give you an idea of what to expect have a look at the table below and check out all the rad skills that you’ll learn during our twelve week training cycle. Once you join WARD you’ll get access to our skater calendar with up-to-date training and scheduling info, as what you see below is just a guide.

Falls & Stops
Glides & Hopping
Squatting & Weaving
Jumping & Toe-stop Running
C-turns, Backwards skating & Transitions
Whips & Assists
Partner & Pack-work

…But I Don’t Want To Get Hit!

Don’t like playing contact sports? You’re already an awesome blader? You are known amongst your friends as being a bit of a stickler when it comes to rules? Come along to the next  intake and become a Referee. WARD is always looking for recruits to Team Zebra – without them we couldn’t play derby! To get more info check out the become a WA Roller Derby referee page.

…But I don’t want to skate!

Not too keen on learning to skate but still want to get involved? Become a Non-Skating Official (NSO) and join Team Flamingo, or join as a Volunteer! For more info check out the become a WA Roller Derby NSO page.