Clay Target Shooting

Clay Target Shooting

Werribee -  165


Werribee $165
  • Trained professionals
  • Equipment provided
  • 1 on 1 coaching
Clay Target Shooting

Clay Target Shooting

Brisbane -  165


Brisbane $165
  • Fully trained professionals
  • All equipment provided
  • Receive one on one coaching
Clay Target Shooting

Clay Target Shooting

Caboolture -  165


Caboolture $165
  • Safety and demonstrations
  • 20-30 targets
  • Expert instructors
Deluxe Clay Shooting Experience

Deluxe Clay Shooting Experience

Carrum Downs -  499


Carrum Downs $499
  • 1-on-1 instruction
  • 90 clay targets
  • Purpose built range
Private Clay Challenge for Up to 10

Private Clay Challenge for Up to 10

Carrum Downs -  1490


Carrum Downs $1490
  • One-on-one tuition
  • Expert guidance
  • 30 clays each
Exclusive Clay Shooting Experience

Exclusive Clay Shooting Experience

Carrum Downs -  599


Carrum Downs $599
  • Private session
  • 60 clay targets
  • Expert trainers

What is Clay Shooting?

Clay shooting, also known as clay pigeon shooting, is a shooting sport in which participants use a shotgun to shoot at clay targets launched into the air from a trap. The targets, made of clay, are thrown in various directions and at different heights to simulate the flight of birds. The goal is to break the clay target with the shot. Clay shooting is typically done at a shooting range or on private land. It is a popular sport for recreational shooters as well as competitive shooters.

Australian Olympic Winners in Clay Shooting

Australia has a proud history in clay shooting, with several athletes achieving remarkable success at the Olympic Games. Here are some notable Australian Olympic winners in clay shooting:

Michael Diamond: One of Australia's most decorated clay shooters, Diamond won gold in the Men's Trap at the 1996 Atlanta and 2000 Sydney Olympic Games.

Russell Mark: Achieving gold in the Men's Double Trap at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games, Mark is another iconic figure in Australian clay shooting.

Suzanne Balogh: Making her mark in the Women's Trap, Balogh secured gold at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games.

Catherine Skinner: Continuing Australia's legacy in the Women's Trap, Skinner clinched gold at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games.

Adam Vella: A stalwart in the world of clay shooting, Adam Vella has represented Australia with distinction. He secured the bronze medal in the Men's Trap at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games.

These athletes, among others, have showcased Australia's prowess in clay shooting on the world stage, inspiring countless others to take up the sport.

Benefits of Clay Shooting

Skill Development: Enhances hand-eye coordination, concentration, and reflexes.

Physical Activity: Although it might not seem like it, clay shooting can be physically demanding, especially in disciplines like sporting clays.

Social Interaction: Many shooters enjoy the camaraderie and friendly competition of the sport.

Stress Relief: The focus required can help take one's mind off daily stresses.

Booking a Clay Shooting Experience Gift

Offering a unique and thrilling experience, clay shooting gifts are perfect for birthdays, anniversaries, or just a fun day out. Whether the recipient is a seasoned shooter or a complete beginner, our packages cater to all skill levels.

Gift Finder

Try the gift finder to find the perfect experience for your loved one, friend or colleague.


Couple searching for a gift
Who are you buying for?
Select your recipient
For Him
For Her
For Them
For Kids
Which State are they in?
New South Wales
South Australia
Western Australia
Northern Territory