Club re-opened

Samford Valley Target Archers is now open to all club members and club associates.


  • 100 people maximum allowed at the club per session.
  • Only members of this club (and club associates) may participate.
  • One non-participating parent may attend with their child. No other visitors.
  • Do not visit the club if you are unwell.
  • We recommend that you do not come to the club if you are a person at higher risk.


  • Always use 1.5m minimum physical distancing.
  • Familiarise yourself with the sanitising stations and procedures eg. for the toilets and equipment.
  • Outdoor – maximum two archers per target.
  • Indoor – one vacant lane between each archer.


  • Archers are to use wipes to disinfect electronic whistles, handles of target butts, club workshop equipment etc before and after use.
  • No sharing of personal equipment.
  • Archers may hire club equipment but must sanitise bows, finger tabs, arm guards, finger slings etc, before and after use.
  • Archers must pull their own arrows. Should there be a miss, other archers can briefly help look but must not touch/collect the found arrows.

Other restrictions

  • The kitchen and lunch tables are not available.
  • Archers Diary will be available for practice rounds only. Paper scoresheets and clipboards are not in use and no records will be processed.



Welcome to the SVTA Clubhouse!


2020 Coaching Roster July-December

Weather monitoring:

Real-time local weather observations: Samford Valley Weather Station

Official weather observations and forecasts: Bureau of Meteorology


Special Offers

Bendigo Bank is offering a series of very special deals to Samford Valley Target Archers club members. See the Designer Deal Archers flyer for more details.



Archery Nutrition
Archery nutrition for training and competitions by Rebecca Disher, Advanced Sports Dietician   How to fuel your body to maximise results. View full document: Archery…
Young Athletes Travel Subsidy
Funding is available to support the attendance of eligible athletes and officials at specific events. Funding amounts available: state or state school events – $200…
SVTA Records Policy
Samford Valley Target Archers (SVTA) shall maintain a register of records shot by club members. The Club Recorder shall be responsible for administering the scheme.…
The club is located in a country setting; occasionally there may be a snake travelling through the bush or on the field. Generally they will…
Participating in shoots
Please note you may practice at any time the club is open and shoot any round you choose for unofficial practice, assuming the fields of…
Helping hands
Please help out where you can as all tasks at the club are done by club members volunteering their time and energies. Please volunteer with…
Using hire equipment
Members should be aware that beginners on a course always have preference for hire gear, but once they have their gear allocated you are free…
Membership fees
Your membership must be financial to participate at the club. No archery at the club unless you have paid your fees. Please check that your…
Shooting fees and bow hire
When you come to the club you MUST sign in the book on arrival, record your AA membership number in the book, and pay your…
Secure your target butt
Please use two tent spikes to secure the back legs of your target. The weather can be windy and the targets are quite light. If…
Hot weather precaution
Please wear sun protection. Wear a hat. Uses sunscreen. The club also provides free sun lotion for members. Watch for signs of dehydration. The urine…
Membership Enquiries
This is an Archery Australia affiliated club. Only Archery Australia members may shoot at the club and casual archery participation by non-members is not permitted.…
Membership Book
This information booklet contains essential information and our key rules.   View full document: Membership Book
DOS Control
This policy has been put in place by the Management Committee to improve safety. The policy is designed to specify the requirements for DOS control…