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Historical Publications

The Australasian Archer was a well published magazine which pre-dates Archery Australia and in a 1941 edition, an article appeals to the archers of Australia and New Zealand to contribute to the purchase of a Spitfire fighter aircraft to aid in the war effort. This 1941 edition of the Australasian Archer asks for contributions to purchase a Spitfire.
In 1948 the Victorian Archery Club began a series of weekly bulletins which were published continuously for the next 5 years. Victoria Archery Club logo badge
In October 1959, the Archery Society of Victoria launched a new magazine called The Bowman Monthly. The Bowman Monthly begun in 1959

 

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Information for first-time archers

News Flash! Good Friday

Archery iconMAC GOOD FRIDAY CHARITY SHOOT 2018

Moorabbin Archery Club will be holding our annual Good Friday Charity FUN Shoot on March the 30th 2018.

This is a Good Friday Appeal charity event. All money raised will be donated to this excellent charity. $20.00 per person, plus other "donations"

All equipment hire is donated for this event so no charge if you need to use club equipment. Distances are 20m or 30m (large or small face) or shorter for an additional "donation".

May your arrows fly straight to the gold!

Regards MAC Committee

Club Facilites

Located Melbourne, Australia. One of Australia's largest target archery clubs. Victoria's largest target archery club. Activities for ages from 6 to 80, 42 permanent outdoor target range, 18 metre indoor range. Open 7 days, Active Junior Program, Come & Try Program, Oz Bow Program, Birthday Parties, Corporate Days, Scouts & Guides, Schools Archery, All Abilities Program, Coaching, Affiliated with WA (FITA), AA. & AV. Olympic, Compound, Long Bow & Barebow Divisions. Disabled accessibility. Home of Champions, Victoria's Main Olympic archery training venue.

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