About the Safari

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All ABA members are cordially invited to compete at the 2018 ABA Safari, 3D Championships and IFAA Championships to be held at the Dead Centre Bowhunters, Alice Springs.

Registration for the 2018 National Safari and IFAA Championships will open in the second week of January

Getting to the Club

To find the courses drive south out of Alice Springs through Heavitree Gap. 2Kms south of Heavitree Gap turn right onto Ilparpa Road. 7.7Kms along Iparpa Road, turn left at a T Junction sign posted "Archer Complex". Follow the signs for 2Kms to the club's camping and parking areas.



pict sunny weather vectorPlease bring a camel-back or water containers you can carry on the ranges, a hat and sunscreen.

The weather at the end of March and through April is often very pleasant, but can still be very hot! So come prepared with light clothes as well as some warmer gear in case of cool nights. For those interested in the climate stats, see HERE


Touring and sightseeing

sign crThere are many things to see in the Alice Springs and surrounding area.

This site is one of the many that will provide information on those available http://www.alicesprings.nt.gov.au/living/tourism


Camping and Accommodation

Camping is ample at the Range, anybody wishing off site accommodation should go to http://www.centralaustraliatourism.com

Definitly, NO DOGS allowed