The Bunbury Clay Target Club is located on South West Highway (Highway 1) just west of the Bunbury Airfield next to the Commercial Business Estate.
It is equipped with three Trap and Skeet Layouts using automatic target throwers, a Clubhouse, Toilets and showers, and a small camping area with powered sites for use by other visiting competitiors on weekend competitions.
The club has just completed it's 35th year of competition, and the major event on the calendar is the "Blue Manna Carnival" which runs over a two day program during the first weekend in March each year.
The club regularly conducts events each fortnight for competitors and welcome visitor and new members as well as members of other clubs. Bunbury is part of the South West Zone or Zone 6 for Western Australia.
The Club is affiliated with both the WA Clay Target Association and the parent body The Australian Clay Target Association and carried indemnity for all sanctioned events and members of the association.
Current membership fees include all costs of membership to the club,statebody, and the national assosciation. A nomination fee of $50 is payable on application for membership, and upon acceptance the membership fee of $150 is payable.
All firearms licence inquiries should be directed to the Firearms Officer at Bunbury Police Station.
The current Officers of the club for 2005 are: Abe Teune, Club President. Ross Silvester, Vice President. June Roach, Secretary. Bruce Whiteaker, Treasurer. For contact numbers ring Department of Sport and Recreation Bunbury.