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About the NRAA

NRAA

About Us

The NRAA is the peak body of Fullbore shooting in Australia. Our mission is to promote and grow the sport of target rifle shooting, so that; more people participate and learn, with more successes; underpinned by a strong community with a culture of safety, commitment and enjoyment.

We are a full member of ICFRA (International Confederation of Full-Bore Rifle Associations) and participate in ICFRA World Championships – Commonwealth Games – as well as other significant International and National events 

NRAA

Our History

Check out our publication of our history

THE RIFLEMEN: History of the National Rifle Association of Australia 18881988

NRAA Board

Our Board Members

Piers Cambridge

John Baxter

Deputy Chair/Competitions

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John holds dual trade qualifications in Fitting & Machining as well as Instrument & Automatic Control Fitting.  He commenced his working life as an apprentice at Wallerawang Power Station in Western NSW in 1966 and finished as Training and Development Manager in 1996.

John grew up on a family farm near Lithgow and is married with three sons and six grandchildren.  He studied Mechanical Engineering and holds an Associate Diploma in Front Line Management.  John commenced target shooting in 1967 with the Lithgow Small Arms Rifle Club and has been a continuing member since that time.  He was club Captain for 11 years.

John has enjoyed many personal successes in this sport as a Target Rifle competitor and has captained the NSWRA State Team on four occasions as well as captaining the prestigious Australian National Team five times, two have been Palma Team captaincies.  He has enjoyed representations in such exotic countries as New Zealand, Barbados, America, the UK and Scotland.

John recently retired as Chairman of the NSWRA after six years in that role, including nine years as a Director.

Piers Cambridge

Wayne Oldfield

Rules

Matt Pozzebon

Information Technology

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Matthew is a Mechanical Engineer previously having worked for a coalmine in the Hunter Valley, NSW.  He has since commenced a PhD project at the University of Queensland.

Matthew is a member of the University Rifle Club on Belmont Shooting Range.  He was introduced to shooting by his grandfather, initially as a marker for the Mackay Rifle Club and fitting in a range at the end of the day.  This soon progressed into him becoming a full-time shooter.  Matt is a current World Champion being a member of the winning Palma Team that competed in New Zealand in 2019.

Tina Thornhill

Chairperson/Finance

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Tina’s work life has involved many roles in the accounts department.  Ranging from the aeronautical industry to her local rifle clubs, she is no stranger to all financial requirements.

Tina is a member of Central Rifle Club based on Belmont Shooting Complex in Queensland where she regularly participates in Target rifle shooting.  Tina is the current Captain of the Queensland Ladies Team.

NRAA

Our Patron, Vice Patrons and President

NRAA Patron

His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Retd)

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The Patron of the National Rifle Association of Australia is His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Retd) Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia.

David Hurley was sworn in as the Governor-General of Australia in July 2019. His Excellency was very happy to accept the role of Patron of the National Rifle Association of Australia, taking over from the previous Governor-General, Sir Peter Cosgrove.

David Hurley is a graduate of the Royal Military College Duntroon. He had a distinguished 42-year military career which included operations in Somalia and East Timor, and which culminated in the role of Chief of the Defence Force.

For more information see the official website of the Governor-General.

NRAA Vice Patron

Gordon Duncan

NRAA Vice Patron

John Fitzgerald

NRAA President

Brigadier

Bruce Scott

CSC ADC (Retd)

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Bruce Scott is the son of a grazier, grandson of a World War I veteran and the Grandnephew of a Gallipoli veteran.  Bruce grew up on the family grazing property near Roma where he learned to shoot at an early age – his father was a competent shotgun and pistol shooter.  He completed his secondary school education in Queensland.  He holds a Graduate Diploma in Management Studies and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. 

Bruce served the Australian Defence Force for 44 years attaining Brigadier rank and enjoyed a variety of commands.  He transferred from the Regular Army to the Army Reserve in 2001.  His operational deployments include Malaysia, Somalia and Afghanistan.  He is a graduate of the Australian Army Command and Staff College and is the recipient of honours and awards for distinguished and conspicuous service to Australia.  Bruce is currently the Colonel Commandant of the Royal Queensland Regiment and an Honorary Aide de Camp to the Governor General of Australia.   

NRAA Member Representatives

Council Delegates

ACT

Shaun Wingrove

Australian Capital Territory Councillor

NQLD

Marty Eiteneuer

North Queensland Councillor

NSW

John Baxter

New South Wales Councillor

NT

Angus Mitchell

Northern Territory Councillor

QLD

Andrew McKillop

Queensland Councillor

SA

Malcolm Flavel

South Australia Councillor

TAS

John Collis

Tasmania Councillor

VIC

Garry Kay

Victoria Councillor

WA

Wayne Oldfield

Western Australia Councillor

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Our Sub-Committees

Competitions 

Subcommittee Members

Jim Bailey

Hamish Bongers

Darren Enslin

Jason Mayers (Chairperson)

Susie Morgan

Maris Taylor

Rules

Subcommittee Members

Dean Chamberlin

Betta Gianasi

Andrew Goldsmith

Frans Knox

Wayne Oldfield

Dennis Shallis

Craig Weaire

Safety

Subcommittee Members

Rick Ashton

Phillip Bradshaw

Garry Craigie

Marty Eiteneuer

Dean Falvey

Geoff Grenfell

Gavin Grey

Russell Le Maitre

Matt Paroz

Don Thompson

William Watt

NRAA Members

Our Member Associations

Australian Capital Territory

Australian Capital Territory

North Queensland

North Queensland

New South Wales

New South Wales

Northern Territory

Northern Territory

Queensland

Queensland

South Australia

South Australia

Tasmania

Victoria

Victoria

Western Australia

Western Australia

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