SSAA Hunting & Conservation Program


Hunting and Conservation is a program within the Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (NSW) Inc.

We are actively involved in game management and conservation initiatives within NSW. This enables us to help local landowners with feral pest problems and in turn provides both our participants and future generations with hunting opportunities.

Other initiatives of SSAA NSW Hunting & Conservation Program include;

- Educating our participants on ethical hunting and rural protocol;

- Helping local landowners with conservation projects;

- Providing information through newsletters and various other publications and information on pest control exercises;

- Introducing new participants and juniors to hunting with supervision of experienced participants; &

- Hunter magazine every quarter.


 The SSAA NSW Hunting and Conservation Program is open to all financial members of the
Sporting Shooters Association of Australia.

The NSW Firearms Act allows Hunting Club membership as a genuine reason to own a firearm. The Act has a requirement for the member to complete TWO compulsory attendances. To make this requirement easier SSAA NSW Hunting and Conservation Programhas several ways participants can record their attendances.

Workshop attendances: Hunter days and other activities organised for H&C participants (signing of SSAA NSW Attendance Book is required).

For more information about SSAA NSW Hunting and Conservation Program please contact us on 02 8889 0400.

Download SSAA NSW Standard Branch Constitution here