The Club House and Range will officially open on October 16, 2021.
Please note strict COVID Safety Rules will apply for all members.
With the relaxation of COVID 19 restrictions, we will be reopening the club on October 16, 2021. This will be in conjunction with the rules put in place by the Federal and State Government. We have remained closed for a few extra weeks to ensure that the most dangerous wave of the virus has been controlled. With the opening of the club, we will require all members to follow the guidelines outlined below.
Just remember the main rules when at the club & shooting:
Only one (1) Archer per target and Maintain your distance (1.5m).
Don’t touch anyone else’s stuff.
Wash your hands & spray whatever you touch.
Take your target face home for further use.
Be considerate of every other member & do not risk their health, no matter what you think about the current situation.
IF YOU SUSPECT YOURSELF OF BEING COMPROMISED BY THE VIRUS IN ANY WAY, STAY HOME!!!!!
Each and every member is responsible for their own conduct at the range. Socializing is fine but please maintain your social distancing.
We will not be running any Competitions, Classes, or Come & Try’s for quite a while, but we are looking at ways to continue with the club league (You’ll be notified when we get it sorted).
As a general guide (but not a rule) we suggest that Tuesday & Thursday become Older Members Days. This allows members of the higher risk category (Over 50) to attend the range with a lower chance of Infection. Of course, Over 50’s can attend any day of the week but if you are worried about contracting the virus, these are the days to attend.
Let’s hope that things can go back to normal as soon as possible but until then we’ll plod along as best, we can. See you all at the range and Please respect each other’s safety.
It is the responsibility of all range users to follow the club's policies with regard to use of the range. These reminders below include, but are not limited to the following;
All members MUST sign-in before undertaking ANY activity at the club.
The Red Flag must remain up at all times.
All members MUST be aware of the Club "Range Safety Policy".
No member is to shoot further than 20m from the butts in the beginners' area.
90-meter practice shooting can only be done in Lane 1
Duty Officer role - Members must do there utmost to fulfill their allocated dates for Duty Officer responsibilities per the roster. This is an integral part of the Club's safety policy and requirement of membership per the conditions you agreed to when joining the club.
The roster is attached as a PDF document on the "Safety@Northern" webpage along with a roles and responsibilities description. It will also be posted on the SAFETY noticeboard behind the bow press with a contact list so that if you cannot fulfill your duties you can swap with someone else and also call the next person to remind them that they are next.
Thank you for your cooperation.
If a Non-Member wishes to use our range, they MUST send our Club Secretary a mail requesting permission to shoot. You should hold active membership of a club registered to Archery Australia or 3DAAA, in order to do so. You will not be permitted to use the range, till you have this request approved.
Please mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The mail should clearly state the following details:
1. Full Name
2. AA / 3DAAA Membership Number
3. Details of Current Club
4. Contact Number
5. Bow Type
6: Reason to use the Range at Northern Archers.
Once approved in writing, a copy of the mail MUST be carried at all times. Upon request, it should be presented to ANY Northern Archers Member.
CURRENT CLUB CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS POSTED ON ABOUT US PAGE
New draft Constitution and Regulations to come.