Multisports Centres for Kids - the Belconnen Region

Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

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Multisports centres for kids around 30km from the Belconnen Region

Multisport activities for kids in the Belconnen Region

Multisport activities for kids around 30km from the Belconnen Region

Sport activities for kids in the Belconnen Region

GKR Karate Evatt
Come and try a FREE introductory class at GKR Karate Evatt, Australian Capital Territory 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 Evatt, Australian Capital Territory, are ...
GKR Karate Fraser
Come and try a FREE introductory class at GKR Karate Fraser 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 Fraser in Australian Capital Territory, are taught by passionate instructors ...
GKR Karate Kaleen
Come and try a FREE introductory class at GKR Karate Kaleen 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 Kaleen in Australian Capital Territory, are taught by passionate instructors ...
GKR Karate Florey
Come and try a FREE introductory class at GKR Karate Florey 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 Florey in Australian Capital Territory, are taught by passionate instructors ...
Canberra City Gymnastics Club
Canberra City Gymnastics Club is one of the oldest and most prominent gymnastics clubs in Canberra. With two great venues in Belconnen and Lyneham running classes for boys and girls from 18 months to adults we have something available for everyone of all ages and abilities. Give us a call or send us an email to find out more about our programs and book in for a trial or to sign up.
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 ...
Korean Martial Arts Academy (KMAA)
The Korean Martial Arts Academy (KMAA) has been operating in Belconnen, since 2003 as one of Canberra's leading Martial Arts Academies. KMAA provides a full-time, air-conditioned and professional facility. KMAA primarily teaches Taekwondo while incorporating a diverse variety of techniques, including, fitness drills, kicking and striking, sparring, self-defense, break falling, rolling and basic weaponry. Our quality Instructing Team provide energetic classes offering a range of different Martial ...
COERVER® Coaching—the World’s number one soccer skills teaching method. For ages 4-16 years and all ability levels. Designed and developed to improve individual skills through ball mastery, drills, moves and small sided play. Our goals for these ages are to develop confidence in players and create good habits and stimulate players to work on their ball skills, on their own and in small groups.
Brindabella Physical Culture Club
The Brindabella Physical Culture Club prides itself on being a friendly club that promotes fun through dance and exercise in a caring environment. From beginners classes to fun and fitness classes to challenging routines for experienced performers. Brindabella Physical Culture Club meets in the dance studios at Cook Community Hall, Cook. We are always pleased to welcome new families, with girls from at 3 to 63! Physie is affordable for all families! If you would like to see any information ...
Ready Steady Go Kids is Australia's largest and most reputable multi-sport and exercise program for preschoolers (aged 2.5-6 years). We have been operating since 2004 and currently run classes for children at more than 90 locations nationally. Our fun, physio-designed sport and fitness activities teach preschoolers the fundamentals of 10 different sports in a social, non-competitive, team-based environment. Ready Steady Go Kids seeks to promote a healthy lifestyle, develop a lifelong passion for ...
We are a community basketball club operating in the ACT with a wide range of teams in both seniors and juniors. We promote healthy lifestyle through participation in basketball and access to all, and endeavour to compete as well as each team is able in their respective grades. Our senior and junior teams have representation in our premier divisions in the ACT. Our club operates through our volunteers who support the club with their time in coaching, managing, administration and committee work. Our ...
Expensive, poorly supervised, rude staff and smelly

11-01-2014

I had been told some time before when mentioning this place that it was a place best avoided due to some less than hygienic practices of some members of the public. We paid the exorbitant rates $75 admission for the three of us? We went up to the top slide which was supervised and it had a protruding seat and tunnel we sat on the seat presented and waited to go and went when allowed. Next slide we went on had NO supervision and no protruding seat. It needed you to pull yourself into the tunnel and judge when best to go. There were two such slides next to each other. I asked my son to use the slide next to me. Suddenly this lifeguard yelling rudely in my direction. "OK You, any more of that and you are out of here.You got it?” My first reaction was to say “What? What are you taking about” I was told “I wasn’t talking to you. He went down face first he could have split his chin open". I said “He is my son. He is Autistic and possibly did not know he was not allowed to go down face first. I didn’t. You want to tell him fine, I am happy to explain it and make sure he doesn’t from now on too but do not ever talk to my boy that way again.” She got her manager. He was just as rude and stated that my boy risked breaking his neck. The irony is that as my son (like many on the spectrum ) has a poor midsection strength, he no doubt (without the benefit of a protruding seat) would not be able to pull himself up to the tunnel without risking falling backwards and …..smashing his neck or head. The Manager carried on and proved the poor reviews right. I went up the slides with my kids one last time and while up there my girl said, “What is that smell? Smells like seaweed” No it was the smell of soiled nappies. While up there, I saw little kids sit in front of their adult parents, which got me thinking "an adult body behind kids at full speed is safe and will not risk breaking a child’s neck?". There are other pools in Canberra - cheaper friendlier and do not smell of nappies

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