Please note archery is not currently offered as an activity at Glenworth Valley.
Archery is a great outdoor sport for groups of all ages, gender or physical ability and Glenworth Valley can offer fun, competitive tournaments for school groups or your next team building day.
Archery was once one of life's necessities from pre-historic hunting and now it is widely enjoyed as a pastime through to competition levels as an Olympic sport.
The art of bow and arrow has been used for survival, warfare, conquest, competition and recreation, but now target archery is now the most commonly practiced form of archery worldwide and within most Archery Australia clubs.
Shooting distances vary from 18 metres to 90 metres, with target sizes varying from 80 to 122 centimetres. Targets have five colours with each colour being divided into 2 to provide 10 scoring zones. The innermost ring is given a value of 10 points, down to the outermost ring with a value of 1 point.
Target rounds involve shooting a set number of arrows over one or several distances shooting a total of up to 144 arrows, the winning team being the one with the highest point score.
For further information please contact our office on (02) 4375 1222. Minimum numbers apply. Please note archery is not currently offered as an activity at Glenworth Valley.
Camping at Glenworth Valley
After archery why not take some time out to enjoy yourself with a night under the stars in unspoilt surroundings. Relax in 200 acres of secluded riverfront camp sites or build a camp fire and wake up to a fun-filled day of adventure activities. Located just 1 hour from Sydney Harbour Bridge and Newcastle or 20 minutes from Gosford.
Click here for further information on camping at Glenworth Valley, including a map of our camping areas.
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