Archery is conducted with Archery Australia qualified coaches. It is for ages 10 plus years. Equipment is provided and closed in shoe must be worn at all times. Archers can belong to other archery clubs as to gain more skill at the activity.
In house shoots are held through-out the year.
Are there different levels?
Rockingham PCYC has different levels for their shoots starting at novice up to skilled bowman.
Weekly Session Fees – Juniors $8.00 Adults $10.00 or pay by term:
Term 1 – $88 Juniors / $110 Adults
Term 2 – $72 Juniors / $90 Adults
Term 3 – $80 Juniors / $100 Adults
Term 4 – $80 Juniors / $100 Adults
*Note – classes are not held on school holidays or public holidays and classes may be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
Tuesdays 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm
How do I get started?
Please contact the office to place your name on the waiting list for the next intake where you’ll be required to attend an induction evening. Email us firstname.lastname@example.org
When attending any activity, all junior members of Rockingham PCYC must be dropped off and picked up within the building by a parent or carer. Members who ride bikes etc. to and from the centre will need to provide a note to their respective coach or coordinator
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