|Super Netball||05/22 04:00||-||West Coast Fever v GIANTS Netball||86-77|
|Super Netball||05/17 10:00||-||West Coast Fever v Melbourne Vixens||64-70|
|Super Netball||05/14 07:00||-||Sunshine Coast Lightning v West Coast Fever||65-74|
|Super Netball||05/08 04:00||-||West Coast Fever v Collingwood Magpies||72-69|
|Super Netball||04/30 09:00||-||Adelaide Thunderbirds v West Coast Fever||51-59|
|Super Netball||04/24 06:00||-||GIANTS Netball v West Coast Fever||74-73|
|Super Netball||04/17 04:00||-||West Coast Fever v NSW Swifts||76-58|
|Super Netball||04/12 08:00||-||Melbourne Vixens v West Coast Fever||75-64|
|Super Netball||04/10 04:00||-||Queensland Firebirds v West Coast Fever||69-77|
|Super Netball||04/03 03:00||-||Collingwood Magpies v West Coast Fever||53-70|
|Super Netball||03/27 04:00||-||West Coast Fever v Sunshine Coast Lightning||82-62|
|Team Girls Cup||02/27 05:30||-||Melbourne Vixens v West Coast Fever||45-43|
West Coast Fever are an Australian netball team based in Perth, Western Australia. Since 2017 they have played in Suncorp Super Netball. Between 2008 and 2016, they competed in the ANZ Championship. Between 1997 and 2007, as Perth Orioles, they competed in the Commonwealth Bank Trophy league. During the ANZ Championship era, Fever were the only Australian team not to win a title, play in a grand final or feature in a finals series. However, during the Suncorp Super Netball era they emerged as challengers. They were grand finalists in both 2018 and 2020.
Between 1997 and 2007, Perth Orioles represented Netball Western Australia in the Commonwealth Bank Trophy. In 2008, when the Commonwealth Bank Trophy was replaced by the ANZ Championship, Perth Orioles were rebranded as West Coast Fever.
Between 2008 and 2016, West Coast Fever played in the ANZ Championship. Fever's best performance in the ANZ Championship came in 2015 when they won nine games and finished third in the Australian Conference.
Since 2017, West Coast Fever have played in Suncorp Super Netball. In 2018, Fever reached their first ever grand final. The team was coached by Stacey Marinkovich and captained by Courtney Bruce. During the regular season they finished second. Jhaniele Fowler finished the season as both Player of the Year and Leading Goalscorer while Jessica Anstiss was named young player of the year. In the grand final Fever lost 62–59 to Sunshine Coast Lightning. Fever were again grand finalists and runners–up in the 2020, losing to Melbourne Vixens by two goals.
In December 2020 Fever were fined $300,000, of which $150,000 was suspended, and stripped 12 premiership points for the 2021 season, after they were found to have breached the salary cap in the 2018 and 2019 seasons. The penalties amounted to the biggest in Australian netball history, with a Netball Australia investigation determining the Fever made payments of more than $127,000 above the salary cap in 2018, and more than $168,000 above the cap in 2019.