Our Club's official shoots are held on Saturday afternons. (Members have access seven days a week.)
EFA is the longest continously operating field archery Club in SA and prides itself on its family-friendly, relaxed and inclusive environment.
Our field course comprises 15 permanent butts, with extra butts used for target rounds, coaching and practice.
Our unique venue is set within a stunning natural bushland setting. The course is bisected by Viaduct Creek. An array of birdlife, and other local fauna continue to inhabit the remnant greybox grassy woodland of this slice of the park.
Importantly, our Club supports the work of the Friends of Shepherds Hill Recreation Park: a volunteer group helping to restore this beautiful woodland.
Our Club is aligned with World Archery, and is affiliated with Archery Australia and ARCHERY South Australia.
Tournaments are hosted by EDEN for ARCHERY SA/Archery Australia members. If you are affiliated and an Archery Alliance member (member of ABA, 3DAAA or TAA), you can join us to experience the quintessential field shoot.
EDEN has played host to a variety of events including the 1954 National Archery Championships. The inaugural Archery Australia Junior National Championships were delivered in 1978. EDEN hosted events for the Australian Masters Games in 1989, 1999, 2005, 2007, 2011, 2015 and 2019. It also was the venue of one of the archery events of the World Police and Fire Games in 2007.
Fires are a part of our environment. On days when extreme fire danger issued by the CFS, DEW may close some (or all) of the national parks or reserves in the interest of public safety. Parks and reserves may also be closed because of a prescribed burn or other fire management works (such as slashing).
To see whether the Shepherds Hill Recreation Park is closed, its pays to CHECK HERE first, to avoid disappointment.
The Shepherds Hill Recreation Park is entirely within the
MOUNT LOFTY RANGES FIRE BAN DISTRICT
EFA welcomes ladies from all clubs on April 30 for an "in reflection" shoot to recognise International Womens Day March 8 2022.
Program for the day.....
11:30 Open gates
12:00 Welcome ladies and open the Practice area
13:30 Field Opened
15:00 Half Time Break.
Once the ladies have finished their shoot, they can have a complimentary glass of glass of bubbles or beverage from our club selections
16:45 Presentation of awards
From 12:01am 15 April 2022, the Emergency Management (Activities – Associated Direction 23)(COVID-19) Direction shall apply. The following will come into effect:
The Direction removes the WEARING of mask requirements for Indoors. Memebers and guests are welcome to continue wearing a mask at their discretion.
QR Codes (Contact Tracing)
The Direction removes the contact tracing requirements to CHECKIN at our Club.
A formal COVID-Safe plan will be updated and onsite.
On Saturday, 5 June we will be conducting a learning session, JUST for Youth Archers.
Following this will be a bbq lunch and then shoot the QRE in the afternoon.
The Club was successful in its submission and awarded a Green Adelaide Grassroots Grant to undertake weed eradication....