Hervey Bay Archers                

Hervey Bays target and field archery club

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 Hervey Bay Archery Club.

The club is set in a quaint rural setting, surrounded by Eucalypt and Banksia forest. Our club consists of 4 ranges, one that is used for the Beginners Course and practice, and another that is used for our weekend competitions and has recently had a 6m by 24 metre long cover erected to provide shade during those hot summer months. We also have a clout range, as well as a 12 target FITA accredited field target range containing a multitude of different target lengths, and target sizes, which meanders through the surrounding bushland.

We are a family orientated, and friendly club that aims to assist in the evolution of beginner archers into confident, able archers with the help of our experienced members, and qualified level 1 through to level 3 instructors. We have an onsite canteen that provides snacks and drinks, and lunch on full day shoots, as well as an equipment room for the repair and up keep of both our club bows, and members bows.

We, as a Club, are affiliated with and a member of  Archery Australia  as well as a member of SQAS (South Queensland Archery Society) and a member of Archery Queensland.

About Hervey Bay Archers:

The club has been established for over 50 years and has some of the best archery facilities in the state.  Club membership ranges from juniors (young children are quite welcome, subject to parental supervision) to seniors.  Our membership includes many State, National and International representatives.

We have qualified registered coaches of different levels (level 1- Level 2 – Level3 )

Shoot facilities include 25m short range, 90m long range, Fita field range, 18m indoor range and clout range.

The club has modern teaching equipment, the club also offers equipment hire.

The club holds ongoing coaching and development throughout the year on a Saturday morning by arrangement with a coach.

Competitive shoots are normally held on Saturdays, with longer shoots beginning at 9.30am and shorter shoots starting at 1pm.  There are some shoots held on Sunday’s.  All shoots contain a variable distance for novice archers and all shoots are supervised.  Help is given to members to improve their shooting skills and also learn other skills such as arrow fletching, equipment maintenance, bow tuning.