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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Advice for Community Sport Activities
The Office of Sport has sought clarification from NSW Health and can advise the following information relating to community sport and recreation activities at indoor venues:

People attending indoor venues are required to wear a mask. This includes indoor recreation facilities, gyms and pools.
People engaging in exercise or physical activity at all indoor venues (i.e. training or competing) will not be required to wear a mask while engaging in the activity.
Spectators WILL be required to wear a mask at indoor venues.
The mask-wearing requirement will not apply to:
a person aged 12 years or under and/or
a person with a physical or mental health illness or condition, or disability, that makes wearing a fitted face covering unsuitable including, for example, a skin condition, an intellectual disability, autism or trauma.
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Anzac Day, 25 April, marks the anniversary of the first military action fought by Australia and New Zealand in the First World War and now a day of national remembrance for all those died and served. πŸ‡¦πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡³πŸ‡Ώ
Lest We Forget
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