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Welcome to the home page of the Victorian Rifle Association

The Victorian Rifle Association governs the operation of rifle ranges and target shooting clubs throughout Victoria. The sport allows licensed shooter to use target rifles in competition at distances from 300 to 1000 yards. The disciplines of Target Rifle and F Class (using scopes) are both enjoyed by Members.

Membership: New members receive a discount when joining the VRA and pro-rata memberships are also available. For more information see Memberships or phone 03 5449 3153 or email vra@vra.asn.au

Click Here! Ranges, Clubs & Contact details
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To contact the Victorian Rifle Association

General enquiries - email : vra@vra.asn.au

All Shop enquiries - email : shop@vra.asn.au


Victorian Queens Series - 2018

Syme 18th and 19th April and the Queens 20th to 22nd April

The David Syme Aggregate

Syme Day 2 - 700 Yards, 900 Yards, 1000 Yards, Day 2 Aggregate

Syme Day 1 - 500 Yards, 500 Yards, 600 Yards, Day 1 Aggregate

Queens Series Results

Syme 600 Yards - Mark Buchanan completing a 50.5

Program details

Queens Series Entry Form --- PDF --- XLSX

FREE Entry to everybody under 21 years old


Upcoming Prize Meetings

ANZAC at the Marsh on the 25th April at Bacchus Marsh --- Range Map

Stawell Open Prize Meeting on the 12 and 13th May at Stawell --- Range map

Grantville RC 4th Annual Shoot for Autism on the 19th and 20th May at Grantville --- Range map


Victorian Prize Meeting Results

ECDRA Open Prize Meeting Held at Violet Town on the 2nd April

Ovens & Murray - Two Day Aggregate

Wangaratta Open Prize Meeting Held at Glenrowan on the 1st April

Ovens & Murray DRA Open Prize Meeting Held at Glenrowan on the 31st March


VRA Newsletter

Please follow this link to the VRA Newsletter March 2018


National Come & Try May

Shooting Australia is currently running a National Come & Try May. This is a great opportunity for rifle shooting to be part of a national campaign.


: Capitalise on the positive media attention created by a home Commonwealth Games.
: Take advantage of the national advertising campaign and resources.
: Join clubs from around the country in promoting our sport.
: Show communities how much fun our sport can be.

For more information on Registering and FAQ's, please see link below

Come and Try Requirements

Come and Try Clubs FAQ

The VRA proudly supports this event and encourages all clubs to participate.  For more information please go to the Shooting Australia website


Australian Target Rifle Magazine

Issue 133 March / April 2018