Our club puts the safety and well-being of its members and guests before everything else. Our members treat others with respect and fairness not only because it is the right thing to do, but also to respect the Code of Conduct as defined and detailed by Archery Australia. Members who violate the Code of Conduct are subject to censure, followed by disciplinary action and expulsion.
We are a family friendly club that provides encouragement and archery skills development to people of all abilities and ages from 8 years old to 80.
We have 41 current members that are all members of Archery Australia and have completed Advanced Come ‘N Try Archery certificates. A core group of us compete regularly at tournaments around the state of NSW and interstate.
Past members of Mountain Archers include 2009 Australian Men’s Recurve Field Archery Champion Steve Kilgannon and current Women’s Masters Assisted X-Bow World Silver Medalist Sharon Grimston. We also have the currently ranked Open Men’s Longbow
No 1 for NSW Steve Farrell.
One notable past Mountain Archers club member was Peter Brownlow who represented Australia in the Mens Open Compound Division at the World Cup Indoor Archery in Izmir, Turkey 2008. He and his team mates Pat Coghlan from S.A, and Clint Freeman Tas, came 4th in the Teams Event. Pete is currently taking a break from archery.