Advancing the tradition of archery.
Have you ever wanted to try archery? Our beginner courses are run by qualified coaches and provide a safe, friendly and welcoming environment to learn about archery. By the time you have completed your course you will be ready to shoot at any club.
Becoming a Member
Just finished a beginners course and want to join, or looking to move from another club? We have detailed instructions on how to join our club or transfer your membership from your existing club.
Established in 1965, Cressy Bowmen was originally based in Enfield, before moving to it’s current home at Rundle Reserve in Salisbury South. Cressy Bowmen currently has a high rate of membership, and enjoys a friendly relaxed club atmosphere with a good side of social life. We have regular club shoots and visitors from other clubs are always welcome.
Cressy Bowmen Archery Club seeks to provide a safe and inclusive environment fostering the spirit of archery both as a sport and as a community.
We encourage our members to uphold the highest level sportsmanship and provide them a place to develop both as athletes and as a community.
Cressy Bowmen is affiliated with Archery South Australia and Archery Australia. The club falls under the jurisdiction of both governing bodies and complies with all rules provided by these two bodies.
By extension the club falls under World Archery and the World Crossbow association and follows these rules as required at a club level.
Interested in trying archery but want to check it out first? Drop in during one of our shooting times and have a chat with us.
Cressy Bowmen is located at:
Rundle Reserve, 79 Rundle Rd, Salisbury south, 5016.
For more information contact us below.