We are a Non-Profit Organisation, run by a committee of volunteers who have practiced archery at International, National and State level. Committee members are available at the range on weekends. We are a FITA Club and practice Target, Field and Clout archery. We occasionally shoot 3D coupled with a Field shoot. The range is open 365 days to members from Sunrise to Sunset. Leagues are run every weekend, as well on 2nd and 4th Thursdays. It’s open to our club members, associate members and visitors from other clubs. League winners are presented Cash Prizes plus a Gift Voucher from our main sponsor Abbey Archery.

Northern Archers also offer coaching classes in Recurve and Compound style archery. If your keen to learn the sport or are a practicing archer, and would like to sign up with one of the largest FITA clubs in Australia, get in touch. 

While at the Range

It is the responsibility of everyone using the range to follow our Club policies regarding the use of the range. Just remember the main rules when at the club & shooting. These reminders below include, but are not limited to the following:

  1. All members, associates and visitors MUST SIGN IN before undertaking ANY activity at the club.
  2. All members and associates MUST be aware of the Clubs "Main Range Safety Policy".
  3. No one should shoot further than 20m from the butts in the beginner's area, unless supervised by the coach or committee member.
  4. Visitors intending to visit our range to shoot should email the Secretary beforehand with details of their intended visit date, time and must be financial members of an Archery Australia (AA), 3DAAA or ABA affiliated club. 
  5. All Visitors (affiliated with other clubs) must request make themselves known to a club member before signing in and repeoduce the permission on request. 
  6. Members cannot bring guest archers to shoot at the range, unless the member has permission in writing from the committee and the guest is affiliated to another AA, 3DAAA or ABA club in Australia.
  7. Compound Bows used at the club should not exceed 60# peak draw weight. Random checks will be untertaken to check this. 

Non Members

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: northernarchersofsyd@gmail.com

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. 

Thank you. 
Club Secretary


Members, please renew your membership on time. You CANNOT use the range if your membership is not current! If you continue to shoot at the range without a current membership, you will be asked to leave. If you'd like to use the range, please renew.

Archery Australia post out a hard copy of the renewal reminder to all members. Add the date to your calendar. You need to update your details so that receive these reminders at the correct address.


Dress Code

We request all our members to dress appropriately while on the range.

  1. Athletes shall be neatly and cleanly dressed.

  2. Shoes or boots are mandatory and should be always worn.

    1. They should cover the entire foot.

    2. Sandals, crocs or thongs are not permitted.


Club Colours

It's imperative that members representing Northern Archers at events and tournaments wear the Northern Archers club colours. If you are an archer that is sponsored and would like to wear your sponsor's uniform, kindly inform the Secretary before the tournament/event. 

If you choose to wear a Uniform or T-shirt of another club, you MUST NOT register under the Northern Banner.

Bow Specifications

Archery Australia Shooting Rules clearly speficy that a compound bow with a variable peak weight range above 60lb cannot be used.
For other bows, the maximum draw weight, as measured at the archer's draw length, cannot exceed 60lbs.

Random checks will be conducted. Archers with bows exceeding this Draw Weight will need to turn down their bows if they wish to continue to shoot at the range.