SSAA Sydney is pleased to announce that we have negotiated further range time for our members on ANZAC Range, Malabar.
Starting this Saturday, 20th February, we will now be operating the Service Range (at distances between 100 - 400m) all day on Saturdays in addition to our already allocated Range Time.
Further to the above and commencing on Sunday 28 February, we will also have access to the site on a Sunday. 
Members need to be aware that opening the ANZAC Range comes with a significant cost and therefore members need to make the effort to utilise the site in order for it to remain open. If we don't get the patronage, we won't be able to keep the site open.


In order to keep the running costs down and to ensure that we operate the range according to the requirements and range standing orders, we require more volunteers and Range Officers to help out on range days.

If you like helping other shooters or just want to get involved to keep the Headland open for shooters, please email Pam Reeves at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as soon as possible.
Watch our website to see what distances we are shooting each week. 
If you are planning on visiting Anzac Range to shoot with us, please bear in mind that SSAA Sydney has access to the Anzac Range under a signed agreement with the NSW Rifle Association.  This agreement imposes strict controls on our use of the range.  If we breach those rules we can be once again summarily removed from accessing the range.

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With over 30,000 members, the SSAA (NSW) Sydney Branch Inc. is by far the largest SSAA branch.  If you are a SSAA member living in or around Sydney, chances are that this is your Branch. Check your SSAA membership card (SYDNEY N01) to see if you are a Sydney Branch member.

The Branch owns the Silverdale range, has a 50% share in the St Marys Indoor Shooting Centre, and has access to three other ranges:  Holroyd, Hornsby and Anzac at Malabar.  Scores of members volunteer their time as range officers on those ranges, to provide facilities for members. The Branch is run by an elected Committee of 13 volunteers.  If you enjoy using these facilities, talk to us about how you can put something back into your club.

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