North Sydney Rifle Club is open to new membership! If you would like to try the challenging sport of competitive long range target shooting, give us a shout and come and have a go.

If you enjoy your time on the range with us, you may like to become a member.


Total cost of membership is typically $445.00 annually. Juniors are about 30% less in most cases.​

Membership costing is made up of: 

  • NRAA/NSWRA membership $158.00 Full, $148.00 pensioner (National and State registration which also includes national liability insurance coverage)

  • NSRTSCMA membership $145.00 (Hornsby Range management association - includes maintenance of entire range complex for all disciplines plus rent to property owner)

  • NSDRA membership $50.00 (North Shore District Rifle Assoc - runs and funds all local fullbore shooting events)

  • NSRC membership $92.00 (North Sydney Rifle Club)

Please Note:

In order to become a Member or Participate in a trial Shoot you will need to complete some paperwork on arrival at the range. A key requirement is that you need to be able to answer NO to the below questions (This is a Legal Requirement set by the NSW Police Firearms Registry:

  • Been refused or prohibited from holding a firearms licence or permit or had a firearms licence or permit suspended, cancelled or revoked?

  • Been subject of a Firearms Prohibition Order?

  • Within the last 10 years been convicted of an offence involving firearms, weapons, prohibited drugs, robbery, violence, terrorism or an offence of a sexual nature?

  • Within the last 10 years been the subject of a Family Law or Domestic Violence Order or an Apprehended Violence Order (other than an order that was revoked)?

  • Ever attempted suicide or self harm?

  • In the past 12 months been treated or referred for treatment for alcoholism, drug dependence or a mental illness within the meaning of the Mental Health Act 2007 or as a mentally disordered person within the meaning of that Act?

  • Currently subject to a Good Behavior Bond?

  • Currently subject to an Interim Apprehended Violence Order?

  • Currently suffering from any mental illness or other disorder that may prevent you from using a firearm safely?

IF YOU ANSWERED YES TO ANY OF THE ABOVE QUESTIONS, YOU ARE INELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN SHOOTING ACTIVITIES INVOLVING THE POSSESSION AND USE OF FIREARMS.