QRA – A PLACE TO BELONG
Our organisation dates back to 1861 and we take pride in our history and contribution to the community.
We provide a unique community sport, offering participation at all levels to a wide range of people throughout Queensland. The QRA is an incorporated association with a board of directors which represents the interests of members from various affiliated rifle clubs around the state. These people come from all walks of life, and as individuals have found they have a place to belong within our QRA community.
The QRA is very keen to support its members and the community in any way we can. This support is both on and off the shooting range, and encompasses some very broad areas.
Peter Doig – CEO Queensland Rifle Association
Councillor: Shane Abood (Albert District Rifle Club)
Representing: Albert & District RC, Cannon Hill RSL RC, Gold Coast City RC, University of Qld RC
Councillor: Rob Cadden (Central Rifle Club)
Representing: Brisbane RC, Central RC, Pacific RC, Qld Field & Rimfire RC
Councillor: Kim O’Loghlen (Natives Rifle Club)
Representing: Brisbane Mariners RC, City of Brisbane RC, Natives RC, Qld Police RC
Councillor: Mike Samuels (Beaudesert Rifle Club)
Representing: Beaudesert RC
Councillor: David Reddan (Gatton Glenore Grove Rifle Club)
Representing: Gatton Glenore Grove RC
Councillor: Glenn Rush (Ipswich & District Rifle Club
Representing: Ipswich & District RC, Murwillumbah RC
Councillor: Ashley Bidgood (Crows Nest Goombungee Rifle Club)
Representing: Muckadilla RC, Pratten RC, Crows Nest Goombungee RC
Councillor: David Hatherell (Gympie-Kilkivan Rifle Club)
Representing: Gympie-Kilkivan RC, North Arm RC, Wondai RC
Councillor: Shawn Birch (Dalby-Tara RC)
Representing: Dalby-Tara RC, Darling Downs RC, Goondiwindi RC, Pittsworth RC
Councillor: Paul Kerlin (Central Qld Target Sports Rifle Club)
Representing: Barcaldine RC, Clermont RC, Gemfields RC
Councillor: Jan Thornhill (Clermont Rifle Club)
Representing: Biloela RC, Bundaberg-Burnett RC, Monto RC, Pheasant Creek RC
Councillor: Margy Kerlin (Central Qld Target Sports Rifle Club)
Representing: Central Qld Target Sports, Maryborough RC
Belmont Shooting Complex
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).
Belmont Shooting Complex
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.