About Archery New Zealand
Archery New Zealand holds two National Tournaments a year, the National Outdoor Championships and the National Indoor Championships. Both of these events are open to archers of all ages and abilities.
There are many events held at Regional and Club level where archers can get together and compete in a warm and friendly atmosphere. The archery clubs themselves hold regular organized tournaments and fun shoots for members and visitors from other clubs.
Clubs often hold “have a go” sessions for people who wish to see if archery suits them. Then they may join a beginners’ class to learn safety and basic shooting techniques.
We have a Junior Archery organization that caters for young archers under the age of 20years. JAMA - Junior Archer Member Association. They conduct regional tournaments as well as monthly postal shoots for their members.
Archery New Zealand is a fully voluntary organisation run by a Board whose members are elected from within the membership at our Annual General Meetings which are usually held during the course of the National Outdoor Championships in January each year.