Adelaide Archery Club

Archery is a sport for all people. It is a blend of long tradition and the most up-to-date technology, a stimulating combination of physical exercise and mental concentration at a level of competition to suit all ages and abilities. There are Club, State and National Championships each year and World Championships every two years. Archery is an Olympic sport.

Adelaide Archery Club is a sports club with three Programmed Shoots a week. See the calendar page for more information.

If you are new to archery, do a beginner course to get started. 

Our Clubrooms and shooting grounds are located in Adelaide’s beautiful parklands, Park 10 (Warnpangga), which is situated on the Corner of War Memorial Drive and Bundeys Road, North Adelaide. The public is welcome to visit – there are several park benches where you can sit and observe.

Our Club is affiliated with the national body, Archery Australia and the state body, Archery SA. It is run entirely by volunteers and all members are encouraged to be involved.

Download a copy of our club brochure.



If you just want to ‘give archery a go’ for an hour or so or want to shoot a few arrows,
unfortunately we do not provide that service, so maybe visit Archery Park at Clarendon.