Why you should join our club?

Yanyarrie Orroroo Rifle Club has the friendliest bunch of people you will ever meet.


We pride ourselves on our helpful approach towards others.


If you’re looking for a place to go where you can enjoy the company of other people and at the same time enjoy some friendly competition, this is the club for you.


You can be as competitive as you like. We encourage everyone to do their best! We promise that you'll have a great time being a member of our club.


We have veteran members who will help you to learn all that there is to know about this sport.


We have experienced and travelled members that have represented State and National Teams. They will be more than happy to provide you with assistance to give you that 'competitive edge' (providing that is what you’re after).


Or you can just join our club to be a social member or a member who just wants to shoot for fun. There is no expectation to be competitive and no pressure if you’re not such a good a shot. We welcome everyone, beginners and all.


Did you know? We accommodate various styles of shooting. People have joined our club who are sporting/ hunting rifle shooters. They have proven that they too, can clean up the trophies in our competition matches.


This is a sport that will give you a great deal of self satisfaction.  Whether you like competing as an individual, or part of a team, we have competitions for both.


Come try the sport of Rifle Shooting. It's great!

 SA Masters Games 2013 Trophy Winners  

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What's the best about our club?

Our members;

The people are the club. They are the one's who make our club special.

Everyone in our club enjoys their sport and their club.

All our members are helpful and caring people who treat each other as equals. 

Did you know? .....

The first ever Australian Shooter to win the infamous 'Kings Prize' Shoot at Bisley, England was Walter Addison from Orroroo, S.A. 

This is the Moose Head trophy he won, which later  was donated to the Orroroo Rifle Club by his family .

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