What is Field Archery ? -:- International Field Archery
An ABA field archery course is to be found in a natural bush setting. The targets are shot in order on a well marked course. Not to dissimilar to a round of golf, the targets vary in size and are placed at unmarked distances, from 5.5 metres through to 48 meters.
The targets change in size depending on the distance from the archer.
Who are our members ?
Our club members come from all walks of life.
Field Archery is a sport that caters for many diverse shooting styles and is family orientated.
Our members, men, women, boys and girls from 8 to 80 years, shoot a diverse variety of bows, from the High Tech to Low Tech and everywhere in between. Compounds, Recurves, Longbows and we also have a historical Division.
-:- International Field Archery
To provide access to the sport of Bowhunting and Field Archery.
To promote the status of Field Archery to a high level of acceptance and recognition.
To promote Bowhunter Education and responsible hunting ethics at all times.
To maintain shooting standards and observe the shooting rules of the A.B.A.Inc.
Australian Bowhunters Association Incorporated.