The NTRA Facilities

The Northern Territory Rifle Association is situated within the Mickett Creek Shooting Complex which is located approximately 12 kilometres in a direct line north east of the Darwin CBD. The Complex covers an area of approximately 2 square kilometres. The Complex faces north overlooking the coastal flats (and Defence land) adjacent to Shoal Bay.

The Complex was funded and constructed by the Northern Territory Government and opened by Chief Minister Shane Stone on 16 August 1997.

The Complex accommodates four Darwin based shooting clubs, Darwin Rifle Club, Darwin Pistol Club, The Sporting Shooters Association of Australia and Field & Game. The Complex is managed under a lease from Government to the Northern Territory Firearms Council.

The facilities are unequalled in the region and frequently host national, international and regional competitions.

The complex is situated at the end of Brandt Road at Berrimah. Visitors and interested persons are always welcome.

Previous signage on Vanderlin Drive was confusing and has been relocated to McMillans Road where more prominent directions at Farrar Road are provided. If coming from Darwin down McMillans Road, continue past Crocodylus Park and the Police Complex, past Secrett Road and turn left at the yellow Farrar Road signage shortly thereafter. Brandt Road is the second on the left off Farrar Road. Travel to the end of Brandt Road and you then enter the Shooting Complex.

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