58,000 members across NSW
The Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (NSW) represents the safe, fun and all-inclusive range of sports available today.
As the leading authority on the safe handling and use of firearms, SSAA NSW makes important contributions to government policy direction, industry research and development, tailored educational programs and training, legal and ethical hunting and conservation, and the facilitation and promotion of responsible wildlife management for farmers with pest issues to seek the assistance of its network of volunteer hunters throughout the State.
Representing law-abiding firearms owners in NSW
SSAA (National) was established in 1948 to represent the interests of Sporting Shooters. SSAA exists today in its capacity as a national body representing law-abiding firearms owners. State organisations (including SSAA NSW) were established from the 1950s and state processes are managed by a board, president, CEO and full-time staff.
SSAA NSW supports the operations of all branches within the state. Each individual branch and affiliate club is run separately by employees and volunteers and receives support from the state office.
We have a dedicated team of professionals who support our hard working volunteers. Together, we continue to expand and improve our services, for the benefit of all SSAA NSW members.
SSAA NSW Board
President: Lance Miller
Executive Director/Secretary: Jai Rowell
Senior Vice President: Rob Austin
Junior Vice President: Ben Smith
Board Member: Tim Barry
Board Member: Stephen Bowler
Board Member: Warren Brown
Board Member: Danae Jenkins
Board Member: Garrett Robinson