Volleyball Centres for Kids - Mount Hardey (6302)

Perth Hills, the Perth Region, Western Australia (WA)

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Perth Hills United FC is a community football (soccer) club that runs actvities and teams for players aged 5 years to Masters. For 5-9 year olds we run a Home League at Glen Forrest Oval on Saturday mornings during the season in school terms 2 & 3. Junior teams, U10-U18, play in home & away leagues as part of the Football West competition on Sunday mornings. Perth Hills also has Sunday League, Masters and women's teams that all play on Sunday afternoons.

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Clackline/Toodyay Karate Club Inc
AVON VALLEY SHOTOKAN Karate classes in Traditional Shotokan Karate Private dojo on Mondays (131 Gooch Rd Clackline) and Youth Hall in Toodyay on Wednesdays & Fridays (main town oval) 3:45-4:15pm Peewees - 4-8 year old 4:30-5:30pm Juniors - 9-13 year old 6:00-7:30pm Seniors - 14 y/o - adult Personal training available on Tuesdays & Thursdays at Clackline dojo Qualified and experienced instructors Member of Universal Shotokan Karate International, Australian Karate Federation, Australian Federation ...
The home of Archery in West Australia. Hire a bow and shoot your way around any of the 3 Adventure Trails, 9 Target Beginners, 15 Target Intermediate or 18 Target Advanced. You can also bring your own bow. We also have the largest retail Archery outlet in WA stocking a vast range of affordable archery gear. There is also a small Archery Museum.

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P O Box 74, 550 Waterhatch Road, Beverley, WA 6304 Within 25-50 km from Mount Hardey

Avondale is located on land originally assigned in the 1830's to the first Governor of the Swan River Colony, Captain James Stirling RN and Harbour Master Mark Currie RN.Several wealthy owners during the 19th Century saw Avondale grow to over 5,260 hectares in size.In 1910 Avondale was purchased by the Lands Department. After the Great War, most of Avondale was subdivided and sold to returned soldiers as repatriation farms.The remaining Homestead block of 705 hectares faced an uncertain future for ...
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