Karate - Tuesday 5:30 - 6pm
Karate - Thursday 5:30 - 6pm
Karate - Saturday 9:30 - 10am
Our instructional team is the best in the business. Every instructor is fully qualified at an advanced level in their art and backed by externally recognised instructor qualifications from bodies such as Ausport and ISKA.
Our full time centre is fully decked out with quality rubber floor matting, punching bags and all of the latest training equipment to make learning easy and training fun. Not to mention fully insured for sports injury to guarantee your safety.
All our classes have been designed around a dynamic curriculum with a focus on delivering information in a manner that is suitable to each level, so no-one gets thrown in the deep end not knowing what to do.
Want to get into the martial arts competitions and become the national champion? We can help you with that goal. We have several ISKA champions training with us already.
Students log in to every class via the club touch screen system. As well as allowing the students to keep track of their attendance, the system also allows the instructors to better organise classes appropriate to the level of attendance, so we can ensure a quality service provided to each student.
Don't want to train in a martial arts gym with a drill sergeant screaming orders at you and calling you names when you don't get it right? Don't want to train at a place where the sole focus is on competition? Don't worry - Sydney Karate club is a family friendly and very socially active environment. Everyone is there to help each other train - there are no attitudes and no egos allowed.
The only full time martial arts center on the Sydney city fringe. Sydney Karate Club offers a wide range of classes in the arts of Freestyle Karate, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, MMA, Arnis, Kubodo and Yoga. We also offer children’s classes from 3 years old. Sydney Karate Club is open to men, women and child of any age.
If you want to get fit, have fun and learn self defence – Sydney Karate Club is the place for you!
Sydney Karate Club was established in the Ultimo area in 2002. The club was founded with the goal of teaching self-defence to a small group of friends, and from here Sydney Karate Club has grown, offering freestyle karate and self-defence classes to people of all ages from its specialised facility in Ultimo. Sydney Karate Club started its first classes in the park on Mary Ann St. The Club quickly grew and moved into the Harris Community Centre Church Hall in 2003 and in 2005 Sydney Karate Club opened its second location in the West Epping Scout Hall. After 9 years in the Harris Community Centre Sydney Karate Club made the decision to set-up its own permanent space in the area moving one street away to 190/392 Jones St Ultimo. In 2012 Sydney Karate Club ratified its constitution, and become an Incorporated Sports Organisation, continuing its original goal to teach self-defence with all profits being directed back into the club.
Our classes are open to men, women, and children. We welcome anyone who wants to learn.
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A great karate club with classes for all ages. The kids love it. I attend 3-4 classes per week which is good value for... money. The instructors teach self defence on top of the regular karate techniques so it's a real confidence boost in life. Highly recommend anyone trying it out!read more
Mitchell Toby Johnson
Friendly, welcoming and down-to-Earth Instructors, no trap memberships, and you can invest in your uniform when you're... ready to commit.read more
I recommend this company I give them 5 stars or more nice people and good company I love them:)
I’ve only just started at Sydney Karate Club but even in the short time it’s been lots of fun and a great... experience for someone just getting back into it the instructors are really welcoming and friendlyread more
Jorge Villarroel Ortiz
Great club – perfect for beginners and the experienced alike. Wonderful atmosphere and great practical teaching, all... in a central location. And thankfully not too big on the 'formalities' or 'zen inappropriateness'. Also with a good proportion of skills training and learning vs fitness, and with a realistic attitude to attendance – train to best suit your own pace and busy schedules. It's hard to find a martial arts club with the right balance. This is it.read more
Preston J Ming
Based on 21 reviews
12:13 25 Feb 21
I have really enjoyed trying out something new in karate and this club is excellent and affordable. It's an awesome... confidence boost and great exercise too. Give it a go!read more
05:01 12 Feb 21
10:39 31 Jan 21
Great karate school, with excellent facilities and great instructors. Would highly recommend to everyone young and old.... They offer a great choice of classes and a variety of days available.read more
MM Dela Cruz
02:29 31 Jan 21
The best karate dojo in Sydney! Professionally managed and excellent teachers who share practical and important lessons... and skills in a fun way, especially for little ones.read more
02:12 15 May 20
Great place for kidsExercise
00:48 17 Mar 20
Love my sessions at the Sydney Karate Club - Wonderful instructors, Very clean facility, fun learning - Two Thumbs up 🙂
08:47 23 May 19
Run by a gutless nerd. This place is a joke just like the head instructor. Look at the fool, he couldn't knock the top... off a rice custard.read more
00:31 26 May 16
I've been going to Sydney Karate club for many years. I love it because it's more than karate, it's a community and... it's welcoming of all ages! Everyone is so approachable and happy to support each other. In class, you get to learn practical defence, how to use weapons, fitness, sparring, Kata, balance, discipline, respect...the list goes on! The teachers are passionate and all have their own specialities meaning there's always variety to the classes. I would highly recommend the Sydney Karate Club because of it's community feel and supportive atmosphere.read more
09:52 19 Jan 14
Sydney Karate Club is awesome! There are so many different classes on offer and they cater to all ages and skill... levels. I have been training here for 5 years now, and I love every class. The classes are energetic and engaging and most of all they are fun. we learn real-world skills such as self-defense in a variety of scenarios.read more
Jonathan has been training in the martial arts since 1991. In this time he has reached the level of 5th degree black belt (Dan) in Kaizen Ryu Freestyle Karate.
In 2009 Jonathan was inducted into the Martial Arts Hall of Fame as the Martial Arts Instructor of the Year.
Yasmin currently holds a 2nd degree black belt in Kaizen Ryu Freestyle Karate. She is responsible for the Instruction of multiple programs at the club including, Tiny Tiger's, Little Ninja's and Adult's.
Yasmin also leads our student signup and retention activity, so is often the first person a new student meets at the club.
Robert has been training with the club since he was in early primary school. Now one of our lead instructors he holds a 1st Degree Black Belt in Kaizen Ryu Freestyle Karate.
Robert is activley engaged in the instruction of our Adult programs and will often assist with Teen and Little Ninja classes. He is also the lead instructor for our Hyper - extreme martial arts program.
Olivia has been training with the Club since it opened in 2002. She currently holds the level of 3rd Degree Black Belt in Kaizen Ryu Freestyle Karate and 1st Degree Black Belt in Doce Pares Arnis.
Olivia is a key instructor for both our Teen and Adult Karate Programs.
Pat is a 2nd Degree Black Belt in Kaizen Ryu Freestyle Karate. He is involved in the instruction of our Adult Karate programs.
Pat's classes focus on the core of technique at the most detailed level, often extrapolating complex movements into there simplest forms.
Lilian has also been training with us since she was only in primary school. Now a Black Belt in Kaizen Ryu Freestyle Karate.
Lilian assists with the instruction of our Tiny Tiger, Little Ninja, Teen Karate and Hyper programs. Often stepping up to the challenge of leading the entire class on her own.