Archery tournaments, have-a-go days, beginner courses and coach training sessions are happening all around Auckland all the time! Check out the upcoming events here with links to websites where more information is hosted.

Jun
16
Sun
600 Round – River Glade – 16 June @ River Glade Archery Club
Jun 16 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
600 Round - River Glade - 16 June @ River Glade Archery Club | Auckland | Auckland | New Zealand

The 600 shoot is free to join for all Auckland District archers, registration is at 1pm, with shooting commencing no later than 1.30pm.

Ribbons can be only be claimed by any archer who is a member of an ADAA club. Pins can be purchased for $2.50 per pin.

The shoot is 90 arrows at 30 metres. All archers begin on a 122cm target face. Once an archer has shot 600 points or greater on that target face, the next shoot they must drop their target face size to 80cm, then 60cm, then 40cm. Archers who proceed beyond this point may opt to shoot a 20cm spot.

Jul
14
Sun
600 Round – Mountain Green – 14 July @ Mountain Green Archery Club
Jul 14 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
600 Round - Mountain Green - 14 July @ Mountain Green Archery Club | Auckland | Auckland | New Zealand

The 600 shoot is free to join, registration is at 1pm, with shooting commencing no later than 1.30pm.

Ribbons can be only be claimed by any archer who is a member of an ADAA club. Pins are available for purchase for $2 per pin.

The shoot is 90 arrows at 30 metres. All archers begin on a 122cm target face. Once an archer has shot 600 points or greater on that target face, the next shoot they must drop their target face size to 80cm, then 60cm, then 40cm. Archers who proceed beyond this point may opt to shoot a 20cm spot.

Aug
18
Sun
600 Round – Shore – 18 August @ Shore Archer Club
Aug 18 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
600 Round - Shore - 18 August @ Shore Archer Club | Auckland | Auckland | New Zealand

The 600 shoot is free to join, registration is at 1pm, with shooting commencing no later than 1.30pm.

Ribbons can be only be claimed by any archer who is a member of an ADAA club. Pins are available for purchase for $2.50 per pin.

The shoot is 90 arrows at 30 metres. All archers begin on a 122cm target face. Once an archer has shot 600 points or greater on that target face, the next shoot they must drop their target face size to 80cm, then 60cm, then 40cm. Archers who proceed beyond this point may opt to shoot a 20cm spot.

Shore puts on a BBQ at half time so come enjoy the bacon butties and sausages!

Sep
15
Sun
600 Round – AAC – 15 September @ Auckland Archery Club
Sep 15 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
600 Round - AAC - 15 September @ Auckland Archery Club | Auckland | Auckland | New Zealand

The 600 shoot is free to join for all Auckland District archers, registration is at 1pm, with shooting commencing no later than 1.30pm.

Ribbons can be only be claimed by any archer who is a member of an ADAA club.

The shoot is 90 arrows at 30 metres. All archers begin on a 122cm target face. Once an archer has shot 600 points or greater on that target face, the next shoot they must drop their target face size to 80cm, then 60cm, then 40cm. Archers who proceed beyond this point may opt to shoot a 20cm spot.

Oct
6
Sun
ADAA Season Opening Day 2024 @ Auckland Archery Club
Oct 6 @ 9:30 am – 1:30 pm
ADAA Season Opening Day 2024 @ Auckland Archery Club

The Auckland District Archery Association is proud to present the Target Season Opening day for Auckland 2024.

Hosted by Auckland Archery Club, this is a chance for all archers in the district to get together and welcome in the summer archery season.

The shoot will be a Canadian 900 and Short Canadian 900 so that all clubs can have the chance to pit their best teams against each other for the start of the outdoor Postal League for Archery NZ. There is a trophy to be won!

This is a free event for all archers in the district to come along, meet and greet each other and start the season with a fun event.

Schedule:

9.30am Welcome and First Arrow

10am (approx) start shooting

12.30pm (approx) BBQ lunch

 

Canadian 900: 30 arrows at 55, 45, 35m; 122cm target for recurve/barebow; 80cm target for compound

Short Canadian 900: 30 arrows at 45, 35, 25m; 122cm target for recurve/barebow/novice; 80cm target for compound

Oct
18
Fri
Unmarked (Bowhunter) Nationals & Pacific Regional Bowhunter Championships @ Massey, Whitford and Franklin Clubs
Oct 18 – Oct 20 all-day
Unmarked (Bowhunter) Nationals & Pacific Regional Bowhunter Championships @ Massey, Whitford and Franklin Clubs

NZFAA is Hosting the inaugural IFAA Asia Pacific Region Bowhunter Championship in conjunction with the NZFAA 2024 Bowhunter Nationals.

This will be a three day event for the IFAA Asia Pacific Region Bowhunter Championship (APRBHC) of which the later 2 days will form the NZFAA 2024 Bowhunter Nationals.

The event will be in the Auckland Area hosted by:

  • Massey Archery Club – (167 Annett Road, Waimauku 0891)
  • Whitford Forest Archers – (593 Whitford-Maraetai Road, Beachlands 2571, Auckland)
  • Franklin County Archers – (Stone Road, Bombay 2675 Auckland)

Day 1 will be at Massey Archery Club shooting an IFAA 3D Standard 2 arrow round.

Day 2 will be at Whitford forest archers shooting an IFAA Unmarked Animal Round (3 Arrow) round.

Day 3 will be at Franklin County archers shooting an IFAA 3D Hunting Round (1 arrow) round.

Prize giving and dinner will be located at Pukekohe Showgrounds, 58 Station Road, Pukekohe 2120 in the evening on Day 3.

Event information and registration is all via the event website.

NZFAA members can choose to shoot the whole three days and compete in both events or just shoot Day 2 and 3 to compete in the NZFAA Bowhunter Nationals.
Members are encouraged to compete in the IFAA APRBHC.

Entries are capped at 168 Archers for this event so don’t miss out and register early.
Registration will close at 5pm Friday 1 October 2024 or when 168 entries are received.
No entries will be accepted on the day.

NZFAA Archers, once you have registered you will receive an email with payment instructions.

International archers are to pay NZD cash at registration on day one of the event.

All correspondence for this event will be through the event email aprbhc24@gmail.com

Reminder that NZFAA archers must record scores at 2 of the 3 Bowhunter league series events and attend the Bowhunter Nationals to be able to be a league series winner.

Nov
9
Sat
Lakeview Traditional Shoot 2024 @ Lakeview Archers
Nov 9 – Nov 10 all-day
Lakeview Traditional Shoot 2024 @ Lakeview Archers

Details TBC.

Traditional bows only

Nov
17
Sun
600 Round – River Glade – 17 November @ River Glade Archery Club
Nov 17 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
600 Round - River Glade - 17 November @ River Glade Archery Club | Auckland | Auckland | New Zealand

17/11The 600 shoot is free to join for all Auckland District archers, registration is at 1pm, with shooting commencing no later than 1.30pm.

Ribbons can be only be claimed by any archer who is a member of an ADAA club. Pins can be purchased for $2.50 per pin.

The shoot is 90 arrows at 30 metres. All archers begin on a 122cm target face. Once an archer has shot 600 points or greater on that target face, the next shoot they must drop their target face size to 80cm, then 60cm, then 40cm. Archers who proceed beyond this point may opt to shoot a 20cm spot.