Club Facilities

Firearm Licensing

Knowing your rights and responsibilities under law is a fundamental part of being a safe and responsible shooter.  Their are many thing to consider as a firearms owner and license holder including safe storage, transport and usage requirements.

As firearm licensing requirements vary from State to State, the following links take you to the relevant authority for the issue of firearms licenses.

State Firearm Licensing Contacts

Victoria:  VIC Police Licensing & Regulation Division
New South Wales: NSW Police Firearms Registry
South Australia:  SA Police Firearms Branch
Tasmania: TAS Police Firearms Services
Queensland:  QLD Police Weapons Licensing
Western Australia:  WA Police Licensing Services (Firearms)
Northern Territory:  NT Police Firearms Registry

Hunting in Victoria

In Victoria, the Department of Primary Industries (DPI) issues game licenses for the taking of particular species under the State's Wildlife Act (1975).  Please note the new Wildlife (Game) Regulations 2012 came into effect on 11 September 2012.

Download a Game License Application Form 2013-2014 from the Department of Primary Industries (DPI).

Come & Try Sessions

On the first Saturday of each month the Melbourne Gun Club conducts 'Come & Try' sessions for those interested in trying this great sport.

You do not require a firearms license as you will be coached and supervised by experienced members of the Club who are keen to make sure your time with us is safe, enjoyable and rewarding.  Click here for more information.

Melbourne Gun Club

192 Victoria Road
Yering, 3770
Victoria, Australia.

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Club Facilities

The Melbourne Gun Club is one of the biggest and best equipped in Australasia. We regularly conduct competitions in International Sport Shooting Federation (ISSF) and Australian Clay Target Association (ACTA) disciplines.