Sport Activities for Kids - Sturt (5047)

the South & South East Suburbs, the Adelaide Region, South Australia (SA)

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Learn Traditional Moo Duk Kwan Taekwondo Instructor: Ian Benton - 6th Dan (Over 30 Years Experience) Grand Master Choon Bong Lee - 9th Dan Structured Classes allows you to learn this Traditional Martial Arts, to help improve Strength, Flexibility, Concentration and Confidence. Come in for a free trial Ages from 7 years Tuesday & Thursday 6:30pm - 7:15pm (Beginners) Saturday 10:00am - 10:45am

The Esplanade, Brighton, SA 5048 Within 2-5 km from Sturt

Everything in the Brighton Surf Life Saving Club revolves around our core business of providing beach safety and a vital community service playing a fundamental role in building healthy communities and better health outcomes for South Australians of all ages. It is a meeting place, a training college, a fitness and recreation centre, an emergency evacuation centre, conference facilities, along with encouraging physical activity and teaching important Australian values: •volunteerism •family •leadership •teamwork •meeting ...
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443 Morphett Road, Oaklands Park, SA 5046 Within 2 km from Sturt

Diving South Australia (DSA) is the peak body for diving in South Australia. It is an incorporated, not-for-profit organisation and is governed by its Board. Our Mission is: To promote fun, challenges, health, personal development and achievement through the sport of diving in a safe inclusive environment from recreational through to elite level.
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My son loved his come n try including the walk up to 10m. He cant wait to start weekly lessons.

443 Morphett Rd, Oaklands Park, SA 5046 Within 2 km from Sturt

Water Polo South Australia (WPSA) is the governing body of Water Polo in South Australia, and is affiliated with the national body (Water Polo Australia). The Association was established in 1951 as the South Australia Amateur Water Polo Association, though Water Polo competitions were recorded as early as 1939. In the early years, the Association was a part of the then South Australian Amateur Swimming Association. Like the Australian Association, SA Water Polo broke away from direct control ...
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