The University of New South Wales Judo Club

Our members include: people who train once a week, people who train to learn judo and improve their fitness, kids of all ages, and state, national and international competitors. We are the largest judo club and have the most successful kids judo training program in Australia. The club attracts many international visitors due to its reputation abroad. It is also close to the city and easily accessible via public transport. Get in contact with us or come along to a training session to find out more.

Kids Classes

Our hugely popular kids classes teach fun and safe judo to 3 - 4 years olds and up. We run 34 classes a week with kids of a similar age and ability together.

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Adult Beginners

We run a number of beginner courses suitable for people of all fitness levels. These will teach you the fundamentals of judo to kick start your training.

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Senior Sessions

These sessions mix conditioning drills, technique and free practice.
They are suitable for experienced competitors and developing players.

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WoRkING 🐝 Please Help 🙏

Next Thursday 26th April 2018

“We” are setting up a sprung floor and mats at
638 Elizabeth St Redfern

We need some bodies to move mats & sheets of plywood for a couple of hours from 8.30 am.

If you can help out please let me know.


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Thursday Technical session. ... See MoreSee Less

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Reminder to all seniors to please make an effort to make training tomorrow night! We'll have visitors of all skill levels, so it will be a great night for seasoned judoka as well as less experienced players to come and do some randori! ... See MoreSee Less

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Holiday Clinic begins. Gorilla rolls ... See MoreSee Less

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We have visitors!! This FRIDAY we will have two Japanese judoka visiting UNSW in addition to a few other local judoka coming to train. It would be great to have as many people on the mat as possible, so put it in the diary now 😃 ... See MoreSee Less

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