Gymnastics Centres for Kids - Greenwoods Valley (6405)

Country, Western Australia (WA)

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    Come and try a FREE introductory class at GKR Karate York and see why GKR Karate is Australia's largest martial arts club! GKR Karate promotes Karate for everyone, including children from 5 yrs old through to men, women and families of all ages. Apart from the obvious development of self-defence skills, Karate training builds confidence, positive attitude, determination, focus, and of course fitness. Our karate classes at York, Western Australia, are taught by passionate instructors who are ... Read more committed to teaching and passing on the GKR Karate style and our way of life. When you join our club, you will be joining a community of like minded people who share the same common goal of personal improvement. This will be your journey, and you will be encouraged to train at your own pace. Your instructors and peers will be there to support and provide you with a safe, inspiring and empowering environment to develop your skills, and reach your maximum potential. Training with GKR Karate at ...

    • PO Box 788, Northam, WA 6401
    • 30-40 km from Greenwoods Valley

    Avon A Party is your first choice when it comes to mobile amusement rides.With one of the largest selection of amusement rides and themed part supplies in W.A, there is sure to be something to suit everyone

    • P O Box 74, 550 Waterhatch Road, Beverley, WA 6304
    • 40-50 km from Greenwoods Valley

    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 ... Read more several years, until it was vested in the Department of Agriculture from 1924 to 2009. Avondale is now a National Trust of Australia (WA Branch) property

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