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.

Follow us on face

Andy MacDonald's Archery Photos


Annual General Meeting

The Club will hold it s AGM on Saturday 3 October 2015, 10am at the Club.

The meeting will consider the annual financial report and elect new committee members. The committee position nominations are:

Attached is a short summary of the duties of these office holders


Club Security

Following an incident on 11 August at the Club, please keep the roller door shut when you are shooting, to prevent the public entering the club and stealing items.

Club shooting records

We have now transfered most of the Club records to Archers Diary. Some records we will need to keep up-to-date separately as Archers Diary does not recognise some rounds. If you find any errors please advise the recorder: recorder@archery.com.au


Club History

The attached article traces the history of archery in Canberra from 1948 to 1962 - just prior to the Club being formed.


President's Shoot

There is no October President's shoot. The next President's shoot will be on November.

Club Security

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.




Site last updated: 2 October 2015