HILLS ARCHERS, established on 10 September, 2013 (& incorporated in January, 2014), is located at Lenswood Oval in the Greater Mount Lofty Parklands (Yurrebilla) above Adelaide.
We are a target archery Club, but we encourage our members to participate in all facets of social and competitive archery. We love archery and you too can enjoy this fabulous sport!
The Lenswood area enjoys a temperate climate, meaning that shooting can be just about all year around..... yes, we may get some rain, but arrangements have been made for it to fall on days other than shooting days and, not in the morning. (Well, maybe every now and then.)
The Club is open on Wednesday and Sunday mornings. Our Club calendar indicates if the Club grounds are not available due to other events.
We pride ourselves on being family-friendly and welcoming to all. Our philosophy is that we are about focus, fun and enjoyment, first and foremost.
We invite you to visit us and enjoy the unique "HILLS" experience!
WE ARE SMOKE-FREE
With borders opening, what does that mean for the Club?
4 August: Sport competition and coaching can resume from Thursday
27 July: Sport to resume, for practice only, until Sunday, 8 August
20 July: Level 5 Restrictions have been introduced
19 July: New Level 4 Restrictions have been introduced.
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Click here for dates of future beginners' courses
(Other dates are possible, but only by prior arrangement)28/11/2021 SVAC Longly Longbow Event, 1.30 pm
If the Fire Danger Rating for a shooting day is listed as EXTREME or CATASTROPHIC, the Club's activities for that day are cancelled. (Coaching course sessions affected will be re-scheduled and participants notified.)
Please check the CFS website for current (and the next day's) fire ban information.
HILLS ARCHERS acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands within which the Club operates, and pays its respects to Elders past, present and emerging.
HILLS ARCHERS recognises the outstanding contributions that First Nations people make to society and to sport in Australia and celebrates the power of sport to promote reconciliation and reduce inequality.