Welcome to the Website of Archery New Zealand Inc

Archery New Zealand is an Incorporated Society and is the recognised governing body of Archery in New Zealand. It is affiliated to the International Federation - World Archery (WA),  World Archery- Oceania and the New Zealand Olympic Committee. It works closely with Sport New Zealand  (formerly SPARC).  Archery New Zealand holds annual National Championships for Target, Field, Clout and Indoor Archery and has also hosted the Oceania Regional Championships on several occasions.

Our Mission Statement:
“Archery enables and celebrates a community of people of all ages and abilities to become confident, have attitude and strive for excellence.”

24, Apr, 2015

23 April 2015
Scott Collett
Archery NZ

Dear Scott Collett,

We sincerely thank you for supporting the 2015 Halberg Junior Disability Games.

The Halberg Junior Disability Games held in Cambridge from 10 - 12 April, 2015 is the only national sports event of its kind for physically disabled and vision impaired young people.

The Games would have been impossible without organisations like Archery NZ helping to deliver or support the event. The...

17, Apr, 2015
The qualifying period for World Championships 2015 has been extended until the 27th April 2015.  Applications must be...

14, Apr, 2015

The Board of Archery NZ is calling for applications to host the Trans Tasman Test 2016.

To date there have been no formal bids to a previous request, and to enable organisers, archers and their families, and the Board to plan, it is urgent for clubs to now put forward bids for the tournament.

Rounds to be accommodated are WA 1440, 72 arrow rounds and matchplay (individual and teams) for all Junior and JAMA...

11, Apr, 2015
The Ranking Administrator wishes to let everyone know that his main computer has suffered a hard disk failure, and is being...

09, Apr, 2015
ArcheryNZ is pleased to announce the Team selected for World Cup 3 Poland is: Barbara Scott - Women's Compound Sarah...

09, Apr, 2015

For clubs needing to put H&S Policies in place or those wishing to update theirs ArcheryNZ have some generic templates available.  These are in a word doc format to enable clubs to add there club names & logo's plus make any changes neccessary for them to be useful to each individual club.

We have also included a "Hazard Register Example" so it is clear how to use this form.  Very useful for when running...

27, Mar, 2015

Every archery club needs to have a health and safety plan and policy under the current law. This is likely to be even more critical when the Reform Bill becomes law.

The major intent of the bill is to improve safety and health provisions in the work place.  That is predominately places of...

25, Mar, 2015
The Trans Tasman 2016 Selection Policy has been updated.
    Please click here for the new policy document

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14, Mar, 2012
Links to International Archery News and Information websites:
World Archery http://worldarchery.org/ The international governing body of archery (formerly known as the International...

12, Mar, 2015

Achievement standards for the use of archery as a physical activity in an applied setting for Secondary School Students have been confirmed by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA).


Students are required to demonstrate performance in competitive archery rounds and teachers can use these standards to assess...

10, Jun, 2014

Hi Everyone

And welcome to the second quarterly JAMA Newsletter for 2014. Happy reading: 

  JAMA Postal League The JAMA Postal competition for 2014 has started with great success, with up to 147 archers per month...

19, Dec, 2013
Hi Everyone Below is the latest update from JAMA, happy reading:     JAMA Postal League Only limited data this time but...

22, Oct, 2013
Prime Minister’s Athlete Scholarship applications will open on 1 November for the 2014 intake of the programme....

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