Welcome to the Bowmen of Melville Archery Club

Bowmen of Melville is a family-friendly and socially-oriented club.  We are affiliated with Archery Australia and are always welcoming new members.

We hope you will enjoy your time with us. Our members range from learners to (before-they-were-famous) Olympians – archery can be a competitive sport, but it can also be a very sociable sport that includes every level of participation.

Archery knows no boundaries. It is suitable for everyone: young or old, male or female, disabled or able bodied.

Whatever bow style you shoot (recurve, compound, longbow, or spreading your enthusiasm across several divisions), you will find a niche that fits you in this club.

We run Come and Try sessions most Saturday mornings, see here for more details.

There is a club shoot every Saturday afternoon as well as most Tuesday evenings, see our calendar.

Our club is located at
John Connell Reserve, Beasley Road, Leeming.
(Entrance through Melville Glades Golf Club, keep left through the golf club car park until you see the Bowmen sign, turn left onto the gravel road leading to our carpark)

Club Shoots

Our club shoots are scheduled for Saturday afternoons throughout the year, with spring-autumn Tuesday evening shoots. Saturday shoots start at 1pm, unless stated otherwise on the calendar, and Tuesday evening shoots start at 5:30pm.

To view our shooting calendar, click here.

Come and Try Sessions

Our Come and Try sessions run most Saturdays from 9:30 to 11:00am and are open to anyone wanting to get a feel for Archery.

Please note restrictions on the number of people at each session apply. Registration is on a first come first serve basis.

Registrations open at 9:00am and close at 9:30am sharp unless the session is full earlier.

Joining Our Club

As a member of Bowmen of Melville, you are able to use our facilities 24/7.

Please note: if you are a beginner, we suggest shooting at our Come and Try sessions a few times before joining. Club equipment is not available outside of Saturdays, so members are required to have their own equipment.

To learn more about becoming a member, and to get in contact with out Membership Coordinator, click here.