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.
Updates to the web site:
New afternoon Session for Sunday Come & Try
5 May President's Shoot results - see Events page
- Sat, 4 May, 8am, Working Bee - reface targets
- Sunday, 5 May Presidents Shoot
- 8-9 June Field Tournament at Yass - entry form at the Events Page
Details will be put on the Event or News page as they become available.
The Club's venue and the surrounding Southwell Park sporting area is being redeveloped. Unfortunately due to asbestos being found under an adjacent sport field, the whole site development has been significantly delayed. Final works may not be finished until late 2013.
The contractors are commencing the final stage of removing the Asbestos in May 2013. During week days the Club will be closed until 4.30 pm each day due to the risk of asbestos dust in the area. (2 May 2013)
The Club is currently open on Saturday and Sundays for members.
We appreciate the help the other archery clubs in Canberra, (especially the Weston Valley Archery Club), have given to our members during this period.