Australian Clay Target Association (ACTA)
The ACTA is the national governing body responsible for the sport of clay target shooting in Australia. For further information please visit the ACTA's website.
International Shooting Sport Federation - ISSF
The ISSF is the governing body of the Olympic shooting events in Shotgun, Rifle and Pistol. The ISSF activities include regulation of the sport, Olympic qualifications and organisation of international competitions such as the ISSF world cup series. For further information please visit:
Shooting Australia is recognised as the peak body for target shooting sports in Australia. Shooting Australia's objectives are to promote and coordinate responsible shooting sports, both competitive and recreational, within Australia; and to promote and coordinate participation in, and organisation of international competitions mindful of providing sustainable international success.
Target shooting is a sport which features on the program of both the Commonwealth Games and the Olympic Games. Australian athletes have performed outstandingly at both.
Shooting Australia is recognised by the Australian Sports Commission, the Australian Olympic Committee and the Australian Commonwealth Games Association as the National Sporting Organisation for target shooting sports.
Australian Skeet Shooters Association Inc.
The voice of the skeet shooter and conveys to the ACTA the wishes and opinions of skeet shooters.
Sporting Shooters' Association of Australia (NT)
The Sporting Shooters' Association of Australia (NT) has branches in Darwin, Nhulunbuy, Katherine and Alice Springs; as well as a Conservation and Pest Management Branch based in Darwin. For further information please visit:
NT Police Firearms
The Commissioner of the Northern Territory Police Force is responsible for the licensing and regulation of firearms in the NT. The details of all firearms and their owners are contained in the Firearms Registry in accordance with the Firearms Act. The Registry is not open to the public however general information about firearm licencing and permits can be obtained from NT Police stations and front counters, or from the web site.
NT Firearms Council
The NT Firearms Council is an incorporated consultative and advisory body representing the interests of legitimate firearms owners in the NT. For further information please visit the council's website.
Northern Territory Government Department of Sport, Recreation and Gaming
The Northern Territory Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing’s vision is to facilitate for all Territorians to have a lifelong involvement in sport and active recreation.
To achieve this vision, we facilitate the development of a vibrant, self-managed, accessible and sustainable sport and active recreation system across the Northern Territory.
Please visit the website for information on the department, grants, events and contact details.