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By participating with Rogue Archery, I/we acknowledge and accept the following terms and conditions, and acknowledge the risk assessment provided by the service provider, and agree to release and indemnify the service provider in regards to the acknowledged risks, injuries and obligations.

Provision of services from the service provider (Rogue Archery Pty Ltd) will be under the following terms and conditions.


At all times when on the archery range, all spectators and participants must follow the range rules as outlined below:

  1. As a condition of entry, all archers and spectators agree to follow the instructions of the Director of Shooting (DOS) and Rogue Archery personnel.

  2. Shooting is only to occur under the direction of the DOS, and when supervised by Rogue Archery personnel. 

  3. Archery equipment is to be provided by Rogue Archery, or inspected and approved by Rogue Archery prior to use on the range. 

  4. Archers are to inspect their equipment prior to shooting to ensure that it is in good working order. Any faulty equipment is to be brought to the attention of your instructors. 

  5. All participants must wear appropriate clothing, including closed in footwear. 

  6. No running on the range.

  7. Archers are to help set up and pack up the range under the direction of the DOS.

  8. All archers have “STOP SHOOTING” authority. In the event that the range becomes unsafe, or a hazard is observed, any individual has the authority to stop the entire shooting line until the hazard can be cleared by the DOS.

  9. Any lost arrows are to be found by the end of the shooting session. If an arrow is unable to be found, the archer is to pay $10 per arrow for replacement costs. 

  10. Reckless behavior or a disregard for the safety of others will result in immediate expulsion, and a $2,500 fine.

Unless otherwise stated, all participants agree to have their digital images taken during the service. Any photos or video footage taken by the service provider may be displayed through a number of mediums including social media and on marketing material.
If participants are unwilling to have their photo displayed, they must notify the service provider in advance, or request it to be removed with reasonable notice.


The person(s) responsible for lost or damaged equipment owned by the service provider will be liable for any repair or replacement costs as quoted by the service provider. 
The person(s) responsible for any third party property damage will be liable for any repair or replacement costs.


We retain the right to refuse participation without refund for circumstances including (but not limited to) the following:

  • A person displays unsafe behaviour to themselves or others (at the discretion of the DOS)

  • Non-compliance with instructions from the service provider

  • Disregard for safety procedures

  • Reckless behaviour

  • Causing damage to equipment

  • If the nominated course location is, or becomes unsafe for participants or the general public

  • If participant(s) appears intoxicated or under the influence of drugs or alcohol

  • Other reasons at the discretion of the DOS


If a participant wishes to cancel a booking with reasonable notice (at the discretion of Rogue Archery), then we will endeavour to provide a refund, minus any outgoings such as transaction fees or associated overhead costs.

If a cancellation is requested within 48 hours of a course, a 50% cancellation fee will be charged.


If the archery course is cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances such as poor weather, in the first instance we will endeavour to arrange a make-up session, or provide a credit towards other services. 

Cash refunds will only be offered at the discretion of Rogue Archery. 


The total aggregate liability of the service provider under or in connection with the services; howsoever caused, whether in contract, in tort, for breach of statutory duty or otherwise, shall not exceed:

(i) for liabilities for which we are entitled to be paid or indemnified for the liability by an insurer under any insurance policy the subject of the insurances under this Agreement, the limit of liability or indemnity under the insurance policy to the maximum of the amount specified for that type of insurance in this agreement; or

(ii) for uninsured liabilities, the amount of 10 x the fees paid for service.

We will not be liable for any indirect, special or consequential loss or damage whatsoever (including but not limited to lost profits or interruption of business) arising out of or in connection with our services, whether or not the possibility of such loss or damage was known or foreseeable.

Participants are to participate within their own ability. If the participant has a pre-existing injury that may be aggravated by the activity, he/she should notify the instructor and seek appropriate advice.

There is an element of archery instruction that requires physical contact to assist in learning some techniques. This is always done in a professional manner; however, if the participant is uncomfortable with physical contact, the instructor should be notified accordingly.

Participants agree to any medical treatment that may be warranted during the archery course.



  • Customer (you) – Person engaging the services of a mobile archery course or related services

  • The service provider (us/we/our) – The people responsible for providing the archery course services

  • DOS – Director of Shooting

  • Services – Provision of an archery course or related services​

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