COMMUNITY SPORT OPEN TO ALL FROM THE 15TH OF DECEMBER 2021. 

HOPE TO SEE YOU AT THE RANGE, check the RANGE PROGRAM for range distance and date in 2022.

Sport and Exercise

Anyone can now participate in sport and exercise.

  • People are no longer required to be fully vaccinated or carry vaccination evidence.
  • COVID-19 Safe Check-in is only required at gyms (but not dance, yoga, pilates, gymnastics or martial art studios).
  • Face masks are not required.
  • Density limits no longer apply.
  • COVID Safety Plans are no longer required.


Outdoor Gatherings (including community sport)
Density limits and vaccination status no longer apply for outdoor gatherings.

  • Community sports, including matches, competitions and training, can take place for all staff, spectators and participants regardless of vaccination status.
  • All persons, regardless of vaccination status, can participate in an outdoor gathering, such as a barbeque or picnic.


For further information regarding the roadmap and rule changes, please visit the NSW Government website.

 

RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY INSTITUTE RIFLE CLUB

ANZAC RIFLE RANGE

MALABAR

Entry to the range will be via the front gate please have your NSWRAI pass, or your NSWRAI membership card and Shooter's License to show the security officer at the boom gate to assist with entry.

Anzac Rifle Range is the oldest rifle range in the southern hemisphere, it has been in continueous operation as a rifle range since the late 1800's, this is why certain fauna and flora are still located at the site.

Target shooting is one of the oldest sports, if not the oldest in NSW, the NSW Rifle Association origins date back to 15th October 1860.  Others sports are supplied with playing fields from Government, why should target shooting not receive the same Government support.  

Many people, including local residents are concerned that the rifle range land will be sold off for high density housing the same as the Prince Henry Hospital site just up the road. 

Six of the 98 Australians who were recipients of the Imperial Victoria Cross were members of the NSW Rifle Association.

From the ranks of Chatswood Rifle Club, 76 of their members volunteered for active service in world war one, of these 8 died on the battlefield and never returned to their Country or families.

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Not for profit Sporting Club for Long Range Precision Target Shooting from 300 Metres to 1000 Metres

'B' Block. Anzac Rifle Range, (Eastern end of) Franklin Street, MALABAR. N.S.W.   Sydney, AUSTRALIA.

Inquiries welcome email: rail_n_tram@yahoo.com

Please be patient for an email reply.

 

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