Indoor Range Project

The Vision

With Paringa's  move from St Leonards to Trevallyn Reserve in the 80's, the then members developed a Master Development Plan that included a Club house, Target range, Field course and Indoor range. Today our members  are working to complete that plan, with an all weather Indoor range that will cater for community Come and Try sessions, public groups (schools, NFPs, corporate) and tournaments.

Proposed Indoor Range 

Visualisation of the proposed Indoor Range with actuals Tue 6/2/2018, Fri 9/2/2018

Work Starts
   
   
     

 

Community Involvement

Over the 2013 to 2016 years Paringa catered for over 8,000 people with Come and Try sessions, groups and external events (Deloraine Craft Fair/Show, Camp Quality). Paringa also hosted 491 Archery Australia members in 26 World Archery registered tournaments. Paringa is an active club with members volunteering over 2,400 hours of their time each year, a proud 56 year history in Northern Tasmania and has also nurtured one of Tasmanias few World Champions, Clint Freeman - 2003 World Target Champion.

For more information please contact the Treasurer treasurer@paringa.archerytasmania.org.au

Fund Raising Timeline Tasks
$160,000 Goal July 2019  
    Q2 Grand Opening
$150,000   Q1  
    Dec 2018  
$140,000   Q4  
    Q3
$130,000   July 2018
    Q2  
$120,000   Q1 24th Jan - Sport and Rec Major grant funding outcome.Unsuccessful Slab down 25th Jan.
Dec 2017 Work started Wed 6th Dec 17
$110,000   Q4 WTC Building Permit received 17/10/2017,
Q3 15/8/2017 - WTC meeting re Planning Application, WTC Passes PA Minutes, Sport & Rec Major Grant ($77,883) submitted 11/9/2017
 $100,000 July 2017 Sport and Rec Major grant applications open (1/7/17)., 27/7/2017 - Tasmanian Community Fund Deed
    Q2 4/4/2017 - Tasmanian Community Fund grant application submitted Applicants notified mid June.
$90,000   Q1 West Tamar Council Dev App submission (Parks email) (RanBuild revised quote/spec) (AST LoS) (M Ferguson MP LoS) (Childrens Uni LoS)
    Dec 2016 Promotional video (3min/30sec)
$80,000   Q4 Botanical Survey for PWS . Bush Matters Flora and Fauna Survey Report
    Q3 PWS Reserve Activity Assessment (Step 4 started)
$70,000   July 2016 PWS Reserve Activity Assessment (Steps 1 to 3 completed - Inprincipal PWS managament approval)
    Q2 Budget completion, Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS) Reserve Activity Assessment (Started)
$60,000   Q1 Initiation Phase - Project Case, Government "In Principal" agreement,
    Dec 2015 Initial committment consolidated, last two years of statistics correlated.and $30,000 allocated to initial project fund.
Come and Try
StakeHolder Group Contacts  
Paringa Archers President, Secretary, Treasurer paringa@archerytasmania.org.au
Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (Parks and Wildlife) Hon Matthew Groom - Minister for Environment, Parks and Heritage (03) 6165 7835
matthew.groom@dpac.tas.gov.au
State Government - Member for Bass Michael Ferguson MP (Bass) - Member for Bass; Minister for Health; Minister for IT and Innovation; Leader of Government business in the house
Peter Gutwein MP (Bass) - Treasurer, Minister for Planning and Local Government
Sarah Courtney MP (Bass) - Liberal Member for Bass
(03)6777 1032
Local Government - West Tamar Council Kaitlin Roach - Community Development Officer (03)6323 9200
Communities, Sport and Recreation  - Department of Premier and Cabinet Alana Fazackerley - Client Manager North (03)6777 2825