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About Manly Warringah Field Archers

Manly Warringah Field Archers (MWFA) is one of the oldest archery clubs in Sydney having been founded in 1953. The club has been in current location for the past 20 years and has excellent facilities including a large, well equipped club house, showers and toilets.

Manly Warringah Field Archers has 3 field ranges, red , blue and white set out on the reserve, each containing 20 targets.

In addition to the 3 field ranges there is also a practice range next to the club house, with targets set at marked distances in both yards and metres.

Manly Warringah Field Archers is a voluntary organisation run by the members. Committee members are elected on an annual basis. The financial year of the club is based on a calendar year. MWFA is affiliated with the Australian Bowhunters Association.

We are a friendly club and welcome archers at every stage of their archery career – from the rank beginner to the seasoned veteran – from long bows through to the latest speed machine compounds.

The club has organised social shoots every 1st Sunday and competition shoots every 3rd Sunday of each month .

Club Facilities


Club members are encouraged to use the car parking facilities located adjacent to the JJ Melbourne Pony club area to the south of the club area and proceed north along the fire trail to the club.

On shoot days, the car parking area adjacent to the Club may be opened and members are requested to park so as to not damage any flora.


Toilet facilities located immediately adjacent to the practice range are open on Club Shoot days and the key, on a large bright yellow tag, can be located in the club house on the wall adjacent to the kitchen. Alternative toilet facilities are located at JJ Melbourne Fields reserve adjacent to the pony club area.

Flora and Fauna

Members are advised that the reserve and adjacent lands contain a number of threatened species. Members are required to use the established pathways and fire trails only and not damage or remove any flora or harm any fauna.

Snacks and Drinks

The Club provides drinks and snacks on an honesty system and payment via the jar located in the fridge for snacks shall be made prior to consuming the food items. The costs for the food items are listed on the fridge.

Committee Members


Paul Wallbridge

Vice President (Bow Hunting)

Bill Bedford 


Phil Read


Vicki Andersch

Score Recorder

Karan Gurung

Range Master

Tony Osborne

Assistant Range Masters

Ron Morris, Karan Gurung


Tracey Wallbridge

ABA Representative

Mark Latal

Club Coach

Matt Page

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