Karate Clubs for Kids - Boompa (4621)

the Central & West Region, Queensland (QLD)

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Cnr Ariadne & Woodstock, Maryborough, QLD 4650 50-100 km from Boompa

We cater for 3-5 years Mini Little Ninjas, 6-11 years Little Ninjas, 11 years and above Karate,Muay Thai, Ju-Jitsu,Weaponary,Ladies Muay Thai/Fitness, Realistic Self Defence Government Accredited Instructors. We have been established in Maryborough for over 20 years. Over 20 locations Australia wide with 1500 plus students. For your first free lesson call Shidoshi Mark for our current time table.

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1\355 Kent Street, Maryborough, QLD 4650 50-100 km from Boompa

Our Full-Time Martial Arts Academy has been operating on the Fraser Coast for over 26 years. Our black belts are senior experienced martial artists who don’t just play martial arts they live and breathe it. Why join anyone else? If proven self defence techniques are what you want to learn, if you want to get fit and gain confidence, if you want to better yourself then don’t hesitate, join the team that strives for excellence and will never except mediocrity. The Chief Instructor/owner is Kyoshi ...

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Flying High Bird Sanctuary
Flying High Bird Sanctuary is the largest free flight aviary in Australia. Visitors can come and walk with the birds in the free flight aviary. Covering an area of 5,000 square metres and reaching a height of seven metres, the many varieties of Australian parrots and finches fly free in a natural habitat created especially for them. Within the aviary, there are nearly 3,000 birds which can be observed at the different feeding stations along the 400 metres of walking track. The majority of the birds ...
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