**Due to the current COVID-19 Stage 3 lockdown, casual shooting is closed until further notice.**
Casual Shooting sessions can be booked online via Trybooking. Sessions times vary during the school holidays due to our Cobra Camps. To adhere to all Basketball Victoria and government COVID-19 guidelines, the following protocols have been implemented:
Sessions are currently capped at one hour (60 minutes).
All sessions must be booked online. No walk-ins accepted.
Players must scan their booking code and have their temperature checked prior to court entry.
Maximum of 12 players per court (six each end).
All players must BYO ball and drink bottle (vending machines and drink fountains are closed). Loan balls are no longer available.
Players must vacate courts immediately following their session so courts can be sanitised.
To cover the cost of sanitising and the presence of a Biosafety Officer, casual shooting prices have increased to $5 per person, per session.
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