The Canberra Archery Club is Canberra's premier archery Club. Established in 1962, the Club boasts a proud history and tradition of archery development in the ACT and surrounding areas.
If you want to learn archery, our Come-and-Try page provides information about our beginners sessions as well as our come-and-try programs we offer to schools and groups.
Becoming a member is easy, our Members page provides information for new members as well as current members.
Have a look around our site and let us know how we may assist you to take up the sport or to improve your archery skills.
Andy MacDonald's Archery Photos
Due to a recent theft at the Club, members are encouraged to not leave bags and bows unattended at the building. Please take all bags etc down to the shooting area.
Last person to leave the Club must ensure all doors are shut, the security system is turned on and the toilets are locked. Shut the gate on the way out.
Club Working Bee
The next Club working bee will be on Saturday, 14 May at 9.30am.
Club handicap events
To assist people become familiar with events we are running a Club handicap event on the 3rd Sunday of the month - see the Events page. The handicap system allows a novice shooter compete against an elite archer by recognising the performace improvement the person makes, rather than just their score.
The CAC @ Yass field tournament is being held over the June long weekend (11-12 June). Entry via Archers Diary. Attached are the entry details.
The next President's shoot will be on Sunday 5 June 2016. 10am start.
The Club's 2016 AGM will be held on Saturday, 10 September at 11.30am. The meeting will be held at the Club grounds.
Club Committee meeting
The next Committee meeting will be held at the Club on Saturday 4 June at 10am.
Minutes of the April meeting are on the Documents page.