Join the SSAA
When you become a member of the SSAA, you become part of Australia’s largest shooting organisation and join thousands of other people around the country in ensuring the future of the shooting sports.
If you decide to join, you will have to fill in an application form and pay your membership fee. As a Member of the SSAA you will be part of an Australian wide support network, with access to SSAA Sporting Facilities in each State. In Queensland alone we have some 65 Branches and approximately 75,000 Members.
Make sure you put down Q32 when asked for what branch you want to join. This will allow you to vote and have a say at the local branch, and a small portion of your membership goes back into the Bundaberg Branch.
To join, visit SSAA National’s website: https://membership.ssaa.org.au/forms/join
Please note: Joining SSAA National doesn’t automatically give you a range pass (access to Bundaberg range for shooting). For more info see ‘Buy a Range Pass’
- Community and Social benefits. Just like any other Sporting Organisation or Club, each Branch has its’ own social functions, where people of like interests can relax and have fun.
- Its a great family sport. Target shooting is one of the few sports available that the whole family can do together and it doesn’t have to be expensive.
- People of all ages (11 to 100) and fitness can join in and enjoy.
- Most people with disabilities, can participate fully in this sport.
- Personal Development. If you are a person that enjoys a personal challenge, likes to take the time to perfect technique, then the Sport of Shooting is for you! It takes a lot of skill to be able to place a shot into a circle no bigger than a 20 cent piece or hit a fast moving clay target with the right amount of lead. The SSAA clubs have facilities and support for all skill levels and can asset you in setting and achieving your personal shooting goals.