Polocrosse Activities for Kids - the Belconnen Region

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Equestrian activities for kids in the Belconnen Region

Equestrian activities for kids around the Belconnen Region

Burnelee Excursions on Horseback

11-01-2014

Burnelee has been a fantastic experience we enjoyed it thoroughly

Great Trail Riding Place

11-01-2014

As a beginner we had a great experience at Burnelee and found the leaders looked after us well. The ...

Horrible

28-03-2013

Worst experience of my life. The horses are dangerous and untrained the owners are not trained to help inexperienced or beginner riders. There is little to no first aid if and when an accident happens. My horse bolted leaving me hospitalised for two nights after. Not even a refund given. 5 mins into the ride the leader expected the whole group to canter with the horses, this is where my partner almost fell off the first time. There is no mention of how to canter on a horse at the start and no instructions at all given before you start. I would not recommend this for non experienced riders or beginners at all.

Sport activities for kids in the Belconnen Region

Yut Hung Kung Fu Academy and Canberra Dragon Dance
Martial arts school for kids and teenagers from ages 8-18 y.o. Principal style is Taiwanese Yee Kuen Kung Fu based on the 5 elements and 12 animals tailored for today's needs. You will also be taught Cheng Style Ba Gwa and Black Eagle Eskrima. Strikes, Grappling, and Weaponry for practical self defence. We also run Canberra Dragon Dance. Training Mondays and Thursdays 4:30 - 5:30 pm at AIS in Bruce. Build realistic confidence in a fun atmosphere and be taught personally by an instructor ...
Peter Morton Academy Of Judo Jujitsu Karate (Kaleen)
The Peter Morton Academy of Judo Jujitsu Karate has three basic influences: Kodokan Judo, Jujitsu and Kempo Karate. It is designed primarily as a self-defence art. The Academy teaches its students the art of restraint and this principle is reinforced during every lesson. This serves as a reminder to both student and teacher that skills gained through the Academy are not to be taken lightly and that they are to be used responsibly. With knowledge comes responsibility. People of all ages can participate ...
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