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Smooth Transition to Electronic Era

Belmont rifle range has now fully entered the electronic era with the two major Queens Prize shoots and all club events this year shot on the new targets. The transition has been largely seamless thanks to the work of a small dedicated team of volunteers led by Pacific member Bob Cramp.

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James Corbett wins the 2016 QRA Queens

James Corbett wrapped up his 30th Queens Prize taking the 2016 QRA title with another commanding performance in Brisbane. One of Australia’s greatest marksmen who hails from Benalla in Victoria, missed just a single bulllseye in the 100-shot match for a convincing win.

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Mark’s Perfect Score

Mark’s Perfect Score 60.10. Perfect scores in long range rifle shooting are hard to come by. And capturing an image of that perfect target was not an option until the recent introduction of electronic targets.

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In an outstanding display of .303 rifle marksmanship, Peter Richards and Dave Hatherell missed just a single bullseye each when they went head to head in the popular Anzac shoot at North Arm on Sunday, April 17.

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Veterans at Bendigo 2016

Geoff Wellburn (Pacific), Colin Jones (Central), Henry Mischlewski (Coach, Central), Bill Read (Uni of Qld), kneeling, Peter Compton (Capt., Gold Coast), Peter Scovell (Natives), John Caske (Coach, Natives), Don Thompson (Natives), Helen Griffiths (Pacific), and Phil Kraut (Uni of Qld). Absent: Herman Woolschott (Brisbane).

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Goondiwindi Rifle Club PM – September 2015

Young Narrabri shooter Andrew Wilson brought his world championship form to the Goondiwindi Border Prize Meeting at the weekend. Andrew prevailed by a narrow margin after going head to head with North Arm Rifle Club member Colin Cole over two days of competition.

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2015 F Open Queens

With a score of 498.61, Peter Thurtell was only 3 V Bulls ahead of his rival James Corbett with Albert District’s Brendan Parkins a close third with 496.41. Bill Ballantyne took TR/B with Tina Thornhill from Central in third place. Kevin Chatfield took F Std A with Glenn Rush taking third, Dianne Jonker F Std B, Lowell Tillack F Open with Daryl Barlow taking out F/TR from Mike Samuels.

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303s at the QRA Queens

The 303 branch of rifle-shooting has been steadily growing from near-death since the advent of 7.62mm, to the present when new life was breathed into it by Bob Bull who organised a series of annual 303 shoots at North Arm each April leading up to 2015, to honour the ANZACs, including his own father who was a cameleer in Palestine.

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NRAA 2015 Australian Queens (June)

Natives member Tim Berry was runner-up in the 2015 Australian Queens Prize shot at Belmont range in Brisbane. He led a strong showing of QRA members in the national titles contested by more than 180 shooters from around Australia and New Zealand.

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Downs Identity a Sporting 90

Darling Downs identity Ted Long first took up rifle shooting competition in 1948 and he is still going strong as he approaches his 90th birthday in April. He has been a lifelong member of Pittsworth Rifle Club, following his father Percy into the sport which he pursues with his other passion, playing golf twice a week.

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Who doesn’t know Glen Donald Perrin

A QRA member for 70 years and still going. Glen joined the Darling Downs Rifle Club at the age of 17 and had his 87th birthday Tuesday the 18th of December 2018, making him a member for the past 70 years.

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This year’s A Grade Duncan Memorial winner, who shot over 6 ranges from 300 to 1000yards, was Brisbane Rifle Club member Mijo Brdjanovic.

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Hexta targets

Hexta Targets for Belmont

HEX Systems has signed a contract with a syndicate of MDRA clubs for the supply of a 12-target HEXTA-002 system for installation at the Duncan Range, Belmont, Queensland. Duncan Range is the premier range in Australia and the largest range in the southern hemisphere.

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About Us

The Queensland Rifle Association fosters target rifle shooting and firearms training through our clubs.   Different classes of rifle shooting are conducted by our Clubs under the Standard Shooting Rules (SSRs) of the National Rifle Association of Australia (NRAA).

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Our Location

Belmont Shooting Complex

Queensland Rifle Association acknowledges the support of the Department of Tourism, Innovation and Sport.  Through this financial support QRA is able to deliver a number of programs designed to meet the goals of Queensland Government’s Activate! Queensland Strategy.


Albert Rifle Club

Small club whose members have many years experience in the sport of fullbore shooting bot target rifle & F Class and will always provide the assistance required to potential new members in order to grow to our sport and open it up to others.

  • Location

    Duncan Range, Belmont Shooting Complex, 1485 Old Cleveland Road, Belmont

  • Distances shot at range

    300 yards to 1000 yards

  • When do we shoot

    Saturday afternoon

  • How often do we shoot


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  • Shooting Programs

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