Programs Offered


Held every Sunday – booking required

If you are interested in trying out archery, you can attend our Come-N-Try program. This program allows you to try out archery in safety to see whether you like it and want to learn more. The Club conducts a short introductory lesson, which provides you with the fundamentals of archery. It is not intended to provide a systematic course of instruction. However, it will give you the basic skills and confidence to try your hand at archery.

The Club provides all the necessary equipment or you can bring your own. Compound bows over 40lbs are restricted to the members range only and cannot be used on the Come-and-Try range.

You will need to wear enclosed shoes and, as all shooting is outdoors, it is suggested that you bring suitable protection against the weather, especially in summer. Sunscreen available from the club.

There is a minimum age requirement of 8 years of age. Parents are advised to remain with their children at all times during the archery session.

Booking for up to 4 persons can be made by following the links on the home page. We do cater for larger groups on request. A deposit of 50% of the shooting fee is required 1 week in advance. Please email the Club Secretary (see Contact us) for more information.


Adults – $20 per session.

Juniors (8 – 18 yrs) – $10 per session.

All necessary equipment is supplied as part of these fees.  

Fees are payable on the day by bank transfer or cash. No credit card or eftpos facilities are available at the Club.

Bottled water is available for $1.


Once you have completed our introductory lesson you are welcome to attend on a casual basis. Due to Archery Australia’s insurance conditions you must become a member after 4 casual attendances. You can become a member by following the instructions here. For financial members there is a shooting fee of $5 per attendance.

 No additional training sessions are required. However some casual coaching is generally provided while people are shooting and you are welcomed to ask as many questions as you like of club officials and experienced archers.