Caboolture & District Bowmen are committed to promote Archery in a social and family environment accommodating all ages. Our Aim is to assist our community, by encouraging the development of our youth and adults alike, including those with disabilities to actively participate in our sport through mentoring, personal example, positive sportsmanship and enjoy this great sport of 3D Archery as much as we do. 3D Archery is challenging and loads of fun!
We ask that all Members and Visitors to Caboolture Bowmen respect and uphold these values at all times during all Club participations both home and away.
If you are interested in joining our club, you will need to attend one of our orientation days to learn about how the club runs. These orientations are held once a month on the Saturday from 10am prior to our Club Shoot Days. Please see the calendar by selecting the link below to see a full list of our club days. For more information, please contact a committee member (See Contact Us).
If you are looking for Equipment, we suggest that you visit a reputable supplier of Archery Equipment where you will be measured up and be supplied with a Bow and Arrows that suit your personal draw length, poundage and requirements.
Membership Forms for Caboolture Bowmen and 3DAAA are now available for download here
along with the Information and Safety Booklet
3D Archery originated as a means for hunters to practice in the off season. It has evolved into a popular world-wide sport. The targets are made from a self-healing foam rubber and look very much like the real thing. Targets are placed in natural settings at distances of up to 50 yards. At a normal club shoot 40 targets would be shot, one arrow per target. In competitions a total of 50 targets would be shot over two days. Score zones are visible on the target and at the end of the day/weekend, highest score wins. With many categories to choose from, all archers of varying equipment levels and age groups are catered for. All types of bow (except crossbow) are accepted at the Caboolture & District Bowmen Club.
Whether you want to shoot at a competitive level or just quietly on your own, our club caters for you. Archery is very much a self-sport, but there are varying degrees of competition as well, from club, to state and National levels. The club has practice butts and two paper courses that are permanently set out for you to come and practice at any time. Shoot fees apply and you can contact us to find out more about shoot fees, membership fees and other requirements.
Caboolture & District Bowmen are associated with 3D AAA ( 3D Archery Association of Australia).