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Paringa Archery

Paringa Archery

The Launceston Archery Club was formed 1958 and became the Paringa Archery club 8th Feb 1961 (Minutes) after an initial meeting 17th Dec 1960 (Minutes). . Paringa is an Aboriginal name for girls, meaning "Home at the river". Come'n'Try Public Sessions The club's range is open to the public most Saturday mornings, from 9.30 am to midday , for controlled archery sessions. If you are 7 years old or more, come and give archery a try. No bookings but be aware, the line fills up fast. Children under 16 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. CONTACT: Address - 93 Reatta Rd, Trevallyn TAS 7250 Phone: 0409 686 911 www.paringa.archerytasmania.org.au/

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The Launceston Archery Club was formed 1958 and became the Paringa Archery club 8th Feb 1961 (Minutes) after an initial meeting 17th Dec 1960 (Minutes). . Paringa is an Aboriginal name for girls, meaning "Home at the river".
Come'n'Try Public Sessions
The club's range is open to the public most Saturday mornings, from 9.30 am to midday , for controlled archery sessions.
If you are 7 years old or more, come and give archery a try. No bookings but be aware, the line fills up fast.
Children under 16 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
CONTACT: Address - 93 Reatta Rd, Trevallyn TAS 7250
Phone: 0409 686 911
www.paringa.archerytasmania.org.au/

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