On this page are listed some of the Archery Clubs found in South-East Queensland. They are listed by different regions. All care has been taken to provide accurate details as listed on the various websites, however Archery Bisconi takes no responsibility for any inaccuracies in this information. We recommend you contact the various clubs and ask for more complete details as required.
We hope this is helpful.
Pacific Bowmen Archery Club, Gemvale Road, Reedy Creek, MUDGEERABA (next to Kings Christian College).
Mob: 0412 273 965
“Pacific members practice both Field Archery and Bowhunting. Our club membership is made up of a mix of young and old, male and female with a common interest and varying levels of skill with the bow and arrow, and each and every one of them will assist you in learning more about our fantastic sport.
Our club enjoys a friendly atmosphere and has been around for over twenty years. Social events include the whole family in a safe environment. Pacific Bowmen is a fully affiliated member of the Australian Bowhunters Association (ABA) the national body for our form of archery in Australia.
We encourage participation at the club. The management of the activities and the grounds is carried by members of the club as volunteers. All members are encouraged to pitch in and give a hand where possible.
If you are thinking of giving it a go, our club will make you most welcome and every assistance will be given to you.”
Mount Petrie Bowmen, 1485 Old Cleveland Road, BELMONT. Mob: 0499 225 845
Located in the Belmont Shooting Complex. Once through the front gate follow the Archery signs along Archery Ave.
“Mount Petrie Bowmen conducts inexpensive Beginners’ Courses in archery with qualified instructors, using safe modern equipment. Everything is provided for your tuition, and later, expert advice is available when purchasing you own equipment.
The Beginners’ Courses are run at regular intervals throughout the year.”
Centenary Archers Club, Wacol Station Road Park, 427 Wacol Station Road, SUMNER.
“Centenary Archers Club is completely run by volunteers. Formed in 1984, the Centenary Archers Club strives to provide a safe and positive environment for archery practitioners. We are governed by Australia’s national governing body, Archery Australia, and our regional governing body is the South Queensland Archery Society.............
Beginners are welcome to give archery a go at one of our Come & Try Archery days, or take part in a four week Beginners Course to get a more detailed introduction.”
North Albert Field Archers Inc, 64 Sandy Creek Road, YATALA. (07) 3382 0926
“North Albert Field Archers Inc. is a family orientated incorporated club that has been in existence for more than 20 years, with over 200 current members, and is dedicated to the sport of archery. North Albert has a total of six ranges, of which 2 (each consisting of 20 paper targets) are available to all club members 7 days a week. The club has 2 by 10 3D target ranges that are shot on a monthly basis. All financial members and paid visitors are covered by public liability insurance if they are injured on the ranges. Many members have achieved qualifications in many facets of archery, like coaching, game scoring, bow hunting education etc - these members are very approachable in sharing their knowledge with anyone interested. The club caters for many shooting disciplines, from traditional (longbow) to high speed compound bows with scopes. Many members are also involved in bow hunting of feral animals, which is a true test of an archer’s skill.”
Beenleigh District Archery Club. 64 Cramer Boulevard, MT WARREN PARK 0410 568 633
Grange Bowmen Inc, 534 Albany Creek Road, BRIDGEMAN DOWNS.
(07) 3264 4537 - 10am to 4pm on weekends.
“Grange Bowmen is a Brisbane based archery club that was formed over 30 years ago and today boasts one of the best facilities on offer to any archer. The club is ‘Australian Bowhunting Association’ (ABA) affiliated. This means we are part of a national body of ABA clubs who offer their members exciting diversity in the targets they shoot as well as offering both social (club) and competetive ABA shooting. Our culture is to promote archery as a social sport and our members are a friendly group made up of men, women and children.”
Lakeside Bowmen, Scout Road, KURWONGBAH (near Petrie).
(07) 3285 2533 Mob: 0400 585 165 (Vice President)
“Lakeside Bowmen began in 1978, our members participate in both Field Archery and Bowhunting. Lakeside is located in a wetland flora and fauna reserve and as such has a very diverse range of plants and animals that are unique to these kind of environments. Our members are a friendly group made up of men and women, who love to promote archery as a social sport. Our club currently has over 250 members.
Lakeside Bowmen is affiliated with the Australian Bowhunters Association (ABA) which is the National body for archery.
We offer both social and competitive ABA shooting. Each month our club holds a club shoot, these shoots can be either a 3D or ABA coloured targets. During club shoots and inter-club shoots our canteen is open and provides hot food and refreshments.
We have a practice range, two ABA ranges with 20 targets winding through a bushland setting, and two IFAA ranges. We also offer coaching for people just wanting to try out archery.”
Caboolture and District Bowmen, 45 - 53 Phelps Rd, UPPER CABOOLTURE
President - Ian Ferguson Ph: 5451 1054 / 0466 698 545
“Caboolture Bowmen is committed to promote Archery in a social and family environment.To encourage the development of our youth, through coaching and personal example, andto assist the handicapped in the community to participate in, and enjoy a great sport.”
NORTH WEST BRISBANE
Samford Valley Target Archers Inc, Mount Samson Road, Samford.
“This club is a family friendly target archery club located on the northwest outskirts of Brisbane in the beautiful Samford Valley. If you are new to archery they frequently run beginner courses, so why not try this healthy and relaxing outdoor activity today.
The Samford Valley Target Archers Inc is affiliated with the South Queensland Archery Society, the regional governing body for Archery Australia.”
Toowoomba Company of Archers Inc, 10648 Warrego Highway TOOWOOMBA
Ph: 0418 718 194
"Toowoomba Company of Archers Inc is a not for profit sports club located in Toowoomba Queensland.
Since 1964 the club has provided the only target archery club for the residents of Toowoomba and the Darling Downs.
Our main goals are the promotion of archery as a fun sport for all the family and to support members to achieve whatever level they wish to reach within the sport.
The club is affiliated with South Queensland Archery Society, the regional governing body, and Archery Australia, the national governing body of target archery in Australia."
Sunshine Coast Bowmen, 460 Chevallum Road, CHEVALLUM
Phone: PR Officer Tony Evans on 0429 999 205
“The Sunshine Coast Bowmen are a group of enthusiastic field archers from many different backgrounds brought together by their common interest in archery. With club shoots held most Sundays and branch shoots held monthly, there is a large scope for members to attend shoots. Beginners are well catered for with club equipment available for coaching or rental until you decide what equipment you wish to shoot.
The club has two 20 target ABA ranges as well as a 14 target IFAA range ( still under construction). The club has one level 1 ABA certified coach, 1 ABA certified Archery Instructor and a ABA certified Bowhunting Instructor.
The club has members who shoot just about every sort of archery gear available, from the simple stick and string of longbow and recurve to the very latest compound bow with all the accessories. So, you will probably find a like minded soul in our group. Some members travel quite a bit to competitions and test their skill against the best in the country and occasionally international shooters.
Archery has no boundaries and can be enjoyed by people of all ages and physical capabilities. If you just want a fun way to spend Sundays with the family or you want to be more competitive you will be welcome at the Sunshine Coast Bowmen.”
BRISBANE SOUTHSIDE - ANNERLEY
Archery Practice - SCA
Open to the general public.
When: Monday nights 7pm start, to approx 9pm
Where: 104 Frederick Street, Annerley
Cost: $10 for non-members
Contact: Alison 0417 159 908
Bows and arrows (blunts only) are supplied, or you can take your own bow.
Please note: no sharps are permitted on the range.