Rifle Clubs & Ranges

Australian Rifle Ranges:

Rifle Range Locations  – Google Maps locations of rifle ranges in Australia (from Oz F Class).

NSW Rifle Clubs:

Armidale Rifle Club – Located 35 klm east of Armidale, the Wallamumbi Rifle Range has 4 targets in the butts and has firing points from 300 yards to 700 yards.

Hornsby RSL Rifle Club – Located at the Hornsby Rifle Range in the northern suburbs of Sydney, situated behind Mount Wilga Rehabilitation Centre, Rosamond Street. Hornsby. A multi-disciplined shooting club that operates target rifle at 300 to 800 metres.

Nowra Rifle Club – We are a multi-disciplined shooting club, shooting 13 different long arm codes and 9 pistol codes on 6 shooting ranges within our complex.

NSW FClass rifle shooting – The purpose of this website is to introduce the sport and encourage  participation to a wider audience in NSW. We also provide coverage of upcoming events and NSW Club contacts.

Roseville Rifle Club – Shooting is at Hornsby, and is organised and run on behalf of all of the Clubs by the North Shore District Rifle Association (NSDRA).

Queensland Rifle Clubs:

Natives Rifle Club – Duncan Range, Belmont, Brisbane. The objectives of the Club are to foster the sport of full-bore target rifle shooting and the safe and responsible handling of firearms.

Townsville Marksman Rifle Club – is reputably the oldest sporting club in Townsville with its beginning occurring somewhere in 1885. Since that time the club has enjoyed the use of three ranges, the first was located the Townsville Port, the second at Cluden and now the club owns the rifle range situated at the base of Hervey’s Range. TMRC has the honour of being the senior target sports club in North Queensland.

Victorian Rifle Clubs:

Geelong Rifle Club – based at the Anakie East Rifle Range, the club uses electronic targets at ranges from 300 to 900 metres. All shooting is conducted inside an air conditioned shooting facility, making shooting possible in most weather conditions. (wouldn’t we all love that!).

Rosedale Combined Rifle Club – Rosedale Rifle Range, which is situated near the town of Rosedale on the Princes Highway 180 km east of Melbourne, VIC.

Wangaratta Rifle Club – Is situated near the town of Glenrowan on the Hume Highway about 200 km north of Melbourne. The Range is the headquarters of the Ovens and Murray District Association which is made up of Wodonga Club and Wangaratta Club. The range has a 12 target width and both metric & imperial ranges to 700 yards.

Northern Territory Rifle Clubs:

Darwin Rifle Club – The range is 300 metres to 1000 metres, with 30 target frames and is located at the Micket Creek Shooting Complex, Brandt Road, Darwin

South Australian Rifle Clubs:

South Australian F Class – Covers all South Australia clubs.

Murray Bridge Rifle Club – was formed on 27th March 1900. The present membership comes from the surrounding areas, right through to Adelaide, due to easy access via the freeway. We are one of the few clubs that can shoot at all ranges from 300 metres to 1000 yards.

Yarloop Rifle Club – Yarloop Rifle Club is one of 5 clubs that make up the Murray District Rifle Clubs Association. Other clubs include: Waroona RC, Harvey RC, Mandurah RC & Boddington RC. The range is located on Tyler Rd Yarloop just off the South Western Hwy and currently has a 10 target gallery that the Association has upgraded with the installation of electronic targets.

Western Australian Rifle Clubs:

Wurgabup Rifle Club – Wurgabup is located on Wolyaming Road Badgebup, approx 30kms out of Katanning. Catering for Long Range Target shooting on Saturdays from 3PM summer time, and 2PM winter time. Visitors are always welcome! Come try your scoped sporting rifle at 300 yards or the clubs .223 F Class rifle at any range. Wurgabup has firing points located from 300 to 1000 yards.