Sunbury is represented in the following sporting leagues:
- Australian rules football
- Sunbury Football Club (Ballarat Football League)
- Sunbury Kangaroos Junior Football Club (Riddell District Football League) – club official website
- Rupertswood Football Club (Victorian Amateur Football Association) – club official website
- Rolling Meadows Thunder Junior Football Club (Riddell District Junior Football League)
- Sunbury Badminton Club Inc
- Sunbury Titans Baseball club
- Sunbury Basketball Association
- Big V Basketball
- Sunbury Cricket Club,Clarke Oval
- Gisborne and District Cricket Association
- Classique School Of Dance
- Flash Dance
- Sunbury school of Calisthenics
- Hotpink Dance Centre
- Girl Guides
- Sunbury Wongguri Guides (Age 7–11 years)
- Sunbury Kamballa Guides (Age 11–14 years, 14–17 years)
- Golfers play at the course of the Goonawarra Golf Club at Francis Boulevard, Sunbury.
- Horse riding
- Sunbury Pony Club
- Sunbury Riding Centre
- Lawn Bowls
- Royal Victorian Bowls Association - Metro
- Victorian Ladies' Bowls Association
- Rugby League
- Sunbury Tigers (Victorian Rugby League) – club official website
- Junior Side (Melbourne Junior Rugby League)
- Scouts Scouting in Sunbury has a long history and tradition with 1st sunbury existing continually for over fifty years
- 1st Sunbury Scout Group Joeys, Cubs, Scouts,
- 3rd Sunbury Scout Group Joeys, Cubs, Scouts,
- Koora Koora Cup (Sunbury) Venturer Unit (1st Sunbury Unit but incorporating 3rd Sunbury as well as 1st Diggers Rest)
- Wurundjeri Rover Crew (incorporating both 1st and 3rd Sunbury)
- Sunbury United (Victorian State League 2)
- Sunbury United Junior Football Club
- Sunbury Amateur Swimming Club
- Aqua Wolves Swimming Club
- Sunbury Lawn Tennis Club
- Mt. Carmel Tennis Club
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