SSAA Sydney Branch ranges are now open to all SSAA members and non-members.
Online bookings are still required to attend any range, and these can be done by visiting our events page by clicking here
Making a booking is quick and easy and will guarantee you a spot on the range and also ensures that we can provide a safe and clean environment in line with all relevant government requirements around crowd gatherings and social distancing. If you have not booked a time and session DO NOT attend the range as you will be refused entry and an opportunity to shoot.
The updated booking system also allows you to select the category of ticket that applies to you as a member, non-member, pensioner etc. Whilst you may notice a small increase in range attendance fees it is important to note that the new fee includes 2 sets of targets (up to $12 value) as well as use of front and rear rests ($5 value). This new measure also reduces the need for cash handling and further reduces the need for our members to visit the office at target change over time.
Additionally, we are pleased to advise that Try Shooting (P650 shooting) will be available again to those licenced shooters who may wish to bring a family member or friend. Try Shooting bookings are essential and are also available via our online booking system. In the interests of SSAA Sydney Branches regulatory obligations we are unable to provide supervision other than what is generally required of a Range Officer, as a result of this, It is important to note that at this point in time try-shooters may only be supervised by their appropriately licensed friend or relative.
We look forward to welcoming you back to the range soon!
TO MINIMISE THE RISK OF CONTRACTING OR TRANSMITTING COVID-19;
- Do not attend the range if you are unwell and experiencing symptoms such as a cough, sore throat, fever, fatigue or shortness of breath;
- Do not attend the range if, in the last 14 days, you have been unwell or had close contact with a known or suspected case of COVID-19;
- Anyone who is unwell should see a doctor in accordance with NSW Public Health Authority guidelines.