Established by June Corcoran in 1997 the band has been involved in numerous community events and assists in encouraging others to learn the pipes or drums. The band is made up of a mixture of members, from youngsters who have just started learning to more mature players who still enjoy a few tunes together.

The band plays at a variety of social events during the year and welcomes the introduction of new members. 

If you are interested in seeing the band perform or joining the band, please do not hesitate to contact us - simply click on the link to our contact page. 

The band acknowledges the City of Cockburn Council and Grants Committee for their on-going support and generous grant money as well as the provision of practice facilities at the Cockburn Council buildings.

The band would also like to thank Lotterywest for their grant money provided. All profits from Lotterywest are returned to WA communities in the form of grants, prizes, and employment opportunities.

This grant money supplements the funds raised by the band and is essential to buy and upkeep our uniform and equipment.

To book the band for events please contact Simon Whitehouse: swhitehouse@iinet.net.au

Travel & Competition
The Band Experience
Band Practice

Learn the art of an ancient instrument and discover Scottish tradition at it's best.

Learn and play the most difficult and technical drumming on the planet.  This instrument can also  be the most rewarding percussion experience with three different drum types to choose from.

The band offers opportunities to travel the world to experience some of the largest parades on the planet. For example the New York St Patricks Day parade and the World Pipe Band Championships in Scotland.

The weekly band practice is Tuesday night from 6.30pm at the Cockburn Council, 9 Coleville Cres, Spearwood.

An additional band practice for competitions is held 7:30pm Wednesday night at Mercedes College, Goodrich Street East Perth. 

© City of Cockburn Pipe Band 2019

ANZAC Day 2016