The University of New South Wales Judo Club

We are the largest judo club in Australia and have the country's most successful kids judo training program. Our members include people who train from once a week to every day, people who train to learn judo and improve their fitness, kids of all ages, and state, national and international competitors. 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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3 days ago

UNSW Judo Club

Angus & Heidiā€™s graduation ceremony.

Congratulations to you both.

Look out World šŸ‘šŸ™šŸ„‹šŸ’ŖšŸ»
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4 days ago

UNSW Judo Club

The National Veterans Committee is pleased to release the 2020 events calendar. This will be updated throughout the near with any new events or updates as they occur. ... See MoreSee Less

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6 days ago

UNSW Judo Club

What a great night to celebrate all the amazing people that make Judo happen.

Iā€™m always in awe of the effort that the people in the Judo community go to make Judo better for all involved.

Congratulations to everyone in Judo.Congratulations to our winners:
Cadet Women Competitor of the Year, Saskia Brothers, Budokan
Club Volunteer of the Year, Jay Naidoo, Kido Mingara
Community Club of the Year, UNSW Judo,
Community Coach of the Year, Gaby Marosz, Sydney University Judo
Event Volunteer of the Year, Matt Carpenter, UNSW Judo
Junior Boys Competitor of the Year, Nicholas Platonov, Budokan
Junior Girls Competitor of the Year, Mia Wozniack, Zoo Judo
Junior Men Competitor of the Year, Uros Nikolic, Zenbu
Junior State Coach Award, Hayden Fu, UNSW Judo
Junior State Coach Award, Angela Gao, O-KO Judo
Junior Women Competitor of the Year, Abigail Paduch, Zenbu
Kata Volunteer Award, Dale Keogh, Budokan
Kata Volunteer Award, Ernie Wakamatsu, Northern Sydney Judo
Kata Volunteer Award, Alan Broadhead, Illawarra International
Kata Volunteer Award, Ivor Endicott-Davies, Zenbu
Most Promising Referee of the Year, Hassan (Armin) Hosseini, Zenbu
No Limits Coach of the Year, Melissa Seikot, Kitsune Judo
Performance Club of the Year, Zenbu,
Referee of the Year, Matt Lipman, Evolution Judo Academy
School-Based Club of the Year, Rosebank College Judo,
Senior Boys Competitor of the Year, William Zollinger, Budokan
Senior Girls Competitor of the Year, Mina Woo, Budokan
Senior Men Competitor of the Year, Kayhan Takagi, Zenbu
Senior State Coach Award, James Augustin, Blacktown City Judo
Senior State Coach Award, Elke Alvisio , Kugatsu Central Coast
Senior Women Competitor of the Year, Tinka Easton, Illawarra International
State Coach Award - Kata, Bianca Tandean, Budokan
State Coach Award - Kata, Bernhard Tandean, Budokan
Sue Williams Award, Sung Min (Leo) Lee, Zenbu
Talent Coach of the Year, Ivica Pavlinic, UNSW Judo
Young Volunteer of the Year, Huxley Biala-Learmonth, Kido Mingara
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7 days ago

UNSW Judo Club

The UNSW Judo mat cleaning crew doing an awesome job UNSW Fitness & Aquatic Centre ... See MoreSee Less

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7 days ago

UNSW Judo Club

If you're around we'd appreciate a few more hands to come and help out cleaning the dojo at UNSW! We're cleaning until 4pm šŸ’ŖšŸ ... See MoreSee Less

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