POSITIONS AVAILABLE

JOINT EFFORT

At the Queensland Rifle Association we all work together – volunteers, contractors and staff. Our joint effort is what brings ideas to life!
What skills do you have that could benefit the shooting community?

QRA SUB - COMMITTEE POSITIONS

Zone Representatives

TBA

Recognition and Achievement

TBA

Representative Teams

TBA

Your skills can make a difference

Friends of the Museum & War Memorial

This special site is a place for our community. The Commemorations Committee invites you to contribute your time and skills.

Choose your course category and obtain Statement of Attainment.

Choose category - explain

Receive this certificate on successful completion.

Valid for 12 months

A Firearm Licence is needed to own a firearm. Pretty handy if you want to get into the sport. For starters, check with the club if you can borrow a club rifle while going through the process of applying for your licence.

Without a licence there are still options to go out for a shoot.

One of the mandatory steps of getting your licence is successfully completing a Firearm Safety Course.

Find out more about the Firearm Safety Courses and book your spot.

Ready to take on the sport? The QRA can bring you in contact with a club that is ready to take you on board. Being part of a club means you can shoot with your club mates. The club can support you with learning the skills related to participating. Think of creating your own ammunition, how to use the rifle and read the wind, and how to clean the rifle. Not to forget, what equipment to buy and what not.

Find out where the Queensland based clubs are located.

Choose your course category and obtain Statement of Attainment.

Choose category - explain

Receive this certificate on successful completion.

Valid for 12 months

A Firearm Licence is needed to own a firearm. Pretty handy if you want to get into the sport. For starters, check with the club if you can borrow a club rifle while going through the process of applying for your licence.

Without a licence there are still options to go out for a shoot.

One of the mandatory steps of getting your licence is successfully completing a Firearm Safety Course.

Find out more about the Firearm Safety Courses and book your spot.

Ready to take on the sport? The QRA can bring you in contact with a club that is ready to take you on board. Being part of a club means you can shoot with your club mates. The club can support you with learning the skills related to participating. Think of creating your own ammunition, how to use the rifle and read the wind, and how to clean the rifle. Not to forget, what equipment to buy and what not.

Find out where the Queensland based clubs are located.

Choose your course category and obtain Statement of Attainment.

Choose category - explain

Receive this certificate on successful completion.

Valid for 12 months

A Firearm Licence is needed to own a firearm. Pretty handy if you want to get into the sport. For starters, check with the club if you can borrow a club rifle while going through the process of applying for your licence.

Without a licence there are still options to go out for a shoot.

One of the mandatory steps of getting your licence is successfully completing a Firearm Safety Course.

Find out more about the Firearm Safety Courses and book your spot.

Ready to take on the sport? The QRA can bring you in contact with a club that is ready to take you on board. Being part of a club means you can shoot with your club mates. The club can support you with learning the skills related to participating. Think of creating your own ammunition, how to use the rifle and read the wind, and how to clean the rifle. Not to forget, what equipment to buy and what not.

Find out where the Queensland based clubs are located.

Choose your course category and obtain Statement of Attainment.

Choose category - explain

Receive this certificate on successful completion.

Valid for 12 months

A Firearm Licence is needed to own a firearm. Pretty handy if you want to get into the sport. For starters, check with the club if you can borrow a club rifle while going through the process of applying for your licence.

Without a licence there are still options to go out for a shoot.

One of the mandatory steps of getting your licence is successfully completing a Firearm Safety Course.

Find out more about the Firearm Safety Courses and book your spot.

Ready to take on the sport? The QRA can bring you in contact with a club that is ready to take you on board. Being part of a club means you can shoot with your club mates. The club can support you with learning the skills related to participating. Think of creating your own ammunition, how to use the rifle and read the wind, and how to clean the rifle. Not to forget, what equipment to buy and what not.

Find out where the Queensland based clubs are located.

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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.

EOI to become a valued volunteer of the QRA

By providing your details we will get in touch to discuss your enthusiasm.

Become a Friend of the Museum and War Memorial

Please provide your details. We will then get in touch with you to discuss how you can become involved.

What does it mean to become a 'Friend of the Museum and War Memorial?

There are many ways in which your help would be appreciated, like participation in events and commemorative services, physical labour, helping out at the museum and conducting research.

You may have other skills that you would like to contribute, and we would love to hear about your strengths. It is completely up to you how much time you wish to spend with us.

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

    Weekly

  • Disciplines

    TR, FSTD, FO, FTR

  • Shooting Programs

    Come and Try Program