Northern Archers was formed in 1953 and has been at its present location since 1962. We are one of the largest archery clubs in Sydney. The range is nestled within Pennant Hills Park and is one of the best 7 day a week archery facilities available.
Archery is a sport anyone can do from around 10 years of age. You can shoot socially and/or competitively as yours skills improve. Its completely up to you. Club members are around to provide guidance and if it's coaching your after that can be arranged to.
Members of the public can access the range through our "Come and Try" sessions or Beginners classes only. Outside this, those shooting at the range must be financially current members of Northern Archers, or any affiliated Archery Australia or Archers Alliance accredited club.
Secretary - Northern Archers of Sydney
Come and Try events are designed for people with no archery skill that would like to "Come and Try" the sport. Click here to go to more information about upcoming events as they OPEN FOR REGISTRATION over the coming months.
Beginners Courses are run on weekends, midweek and during school holidays. Mid Week and School Holidays Beginner Courses will be scheduled on demand (need at least 6 particpants) and instructor availiability. Click here to go to more information and online registration and payment. If you would like to do a midweek course please email the secretary at email@example.com
For beginners, seasoned Archers, junior and seniors alike, the Club conducts two progressive competitions per year with organised competitive rounds on a fortnightly basis where we all have the chance to compete in a relaxed club atmosphere and on a level footing.
It is a handicap event so everyone has the chance of winning - in fact the novice Archer has a greater chance of taking out the individual shoots because, arguably, the ratings system is weighted in their favour.
Please go to the "Club League" page for more details.
Please refer to Archery Australia Website under Events for National and other state events.
It is the responsibility of all range users to follow the clubs policies with regard to use of the range. These reminders below include, but are not limited to the following;
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 Clubs 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 fulfil 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.
All beginners classes are on unless cancelled via email contact on Friday nites.
Please attend the range, as rain in one part of Sydney doesnt mean rain in another.
Classes will only be cancelled by the Coach on the morning of the class if necessary.
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New draft Constitution and Regulations to come.