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Resident Firearm Clubs

There are currently a number of firearm clubs operating out of the Southern Highlands Regional Shooting Complex. Resident club members enjoy discounted rates on shooting range during club bookings.

If you’re a licensed shooter, you can join one of our resident shooting clubs. Contact the shooting club of your choice to find out more. Requirements vary from club to club. 

Note: Club attendance may vary.  Contact your club for specific dates and times 

All Southern Highlands Regional Shooting Complex resident clubs have reciprocal rights at the Sydney International Shooting Centre. 

SSAA Illawarra 0417 273 774 illawarra@nsw.ssaa.org.au 
Illawarra Service Rifle Club    illawarrasrc@gmail.com 
The Vale Shooting Club 0419 215 010 glenn.campbell5@bigpond.com 
Southern Highland Rifle Club    info@shrc.com.au 

 

You can also find non-resident clubs through the following associations: 

Frequently Asked Questions

The Southern Highlands Regional Shooting Complex does not provide attendance records to resident shooting clubs or the Firearms Registry, this is your responsibility. Licensed shooters receive a sign-in slip on arrival that may be valid for club attendance. Attendance requirements vary from club to club so it’s best to check with your club to find out more. 

No. The Southern Highlands Regional Shooting Complex is a shooting range, not a shooting club and doesn’t meet firearm licensing requirements of Club membership. Find out how to get a NSW Firearms Licence

To obtain a recreational hunting licence, you’ll need to join a recreational hunting club or own a rural property or have written permission from a rural property owner to shoot on their land. Recreational hunters can shoot to safely sight in their firearms at the Southern Highlands Regional Shooting Complex in designated areas. 

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