Coming Up

Saturday, October 3

9.20–12: 300M PR5
1–4: 300M fullbore
2–3: Alpine rimfire (P650s OK)
2.20–4: Alpine pistol
(full NSWRA members only)
12–4: 300M practice w/ MRCA
(Alpine members only)

Sunday, October 4
9–4: Diggers’ Day (SMLEs)
(Alpine members only)

Please tell us by email or text which events you wish to attend. Members receive details of upcoming matches in our weekly newsletter. If you have not received it by Friday, please email the Club. Events may be cancelled on the day for weather or other reasons.
Alpine and NSWRA welcome all shooters. Licensed visitors may shoot in comps or plink on pre-arrangement with the Club.
Alpine members may also shoot at Anzac on Saturday afternoons with the MRCA; at Hornsby on Sundays with 18th Bn Memorial Rifle Club, and at the International Shooting Centre when it is open.
Contact us for more details.

Club Links
Alpine Facebook pageSISC linkNSWRA linkMRCA link18th Bn Hornsby linkAIHPA link

Q: Where can you find

Alpine point

a single club at an outdoor range

Alpine point

with rifle, pistol and shotgun shooting AND hunting

Alpine point

one full day a week, for one flat membership fee?

A: ALPINE Hunting and Target Shooting Club.

Take your shooting to an Alpine peak!

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WHERE: We shoot at the historic Anzac Rifle Range at Malabar, the Sydney International Shooting Centre at Cecil Park, and other ranges as guests of affiliated clubs (links at right).

WHEN: Every Saturday, from 9.20AM to 5PM. There are several events throughout the day covering centrefire, rimfire, pistol and/or shotgun. Visitors, including new (P650) shooters and members of other clubs, are welcome to take part in selected rifle matches or plink (plinkers should come in pairs or bring a spotting scope).

Pistol and shotgun events and hunting trips are open to members only.

You’ll find brief details of upcoming matches in the sidebar at right, and once you are a member you’ll receive weekly detailed updates.

HOW easy is it to join? If you don’t have a firearms licence, come along one Saturday, try rifle shooting and apply for your licence. If you are a licensed shooter, you can shoot with us and, if you like it, join the club. Click on the Get Started tab above for more details.

WHY try it? Shooting is fun, absorbing, and endlessly challenging, and our members believe that the more kinds of shooting you do, the better you get at all of them!

Shooting with Alpine: the best sport in town.