Indoor Range Access
Are you interested in joining Mountain Green Archery Club? See our Membership page for details.
Our indoor range is in the basement of the Massey (Waitakere) Badminton Centre, located at 149-155 Royal Road, Massey. This facility is available for use by members of any recognised archery club and is available 24/7. Please note that we do not allow casual public archery, meaning that anyone wishing to access the indoor range must be a member of a recognised archery club.
The range has fifteen individual lanes. Twelve of these have Pinex softboard backing suitable for recurve bows and lower-poundage compounds. Four lanes have bales suitable for most compound bows. Bows used at the range must have a draw weight no greater than 60 pounds (aligning with World Archery competition regulations).
There are several options for accessing this indoor range:
Purchase an annual access subscription
Access subscriptions give you a door access code which enables 24/7 access to the range. Subscriptions are available for members of any recognised archery club, and for MGAC members at a discounted rate.
Indoor Access for MGAC Members: $60 for Juniors or $120 for Seniors and Associates.
Indoor Access for non-MGAC Members: $100 for Juniors and $200 for Seniors.
Purchase indoor range access online at our TidyHQ shop. If you are a MGAC member, you must first log in to purchase access at the discounted rate.
Annual indoor range subscriptions expire on 31 August 2018.
Archers from any club can visit the indoor range and pay a $5 range fee per session (once per calendar day).
We prefer payment by bank transfer to 02-0110-0091898-00. Use reference “indoor” and your name.
Cash payments are also accepted at the range. Write your name and the date on a brown envelope, enclose money, and deposit into the box marked “Pay Here!”
- $150 for twelve hours / full day
(this is noted as twelve hours to enable other indoor range access holders to shoot in an evening, such as after a tournament has finished for the day)
- $75 for six hours