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Budokan Judo Club - 2014 and 2015 NSW Club of the Year

Judo: "The Gentle Way" - from the martial art of Ju Jitsu - an Olympic Sport - a way of life.


Budokan Judo Australia is one of the fastest growing Judo clubs in Sydney.

We're located in the Hills Districts suburb of Castle Hill, Sydney NSW Australia and cater for all levels of Australian judo players, from the 5 year old beginner to the mature recreational player, to the international judo medallist. We welcome visitors to our clubs Dojo from other Australian Judo clubs as well as international visitors - have a look at training location and schedule

Our judo coaches have many years of experience, both as competitors and in teaching and coaching in all levels of judo training, internationally and in Australia.

The Budokan Judo Club has a great club and family spirit -from members volunteering at the Sydney 2000 Australian Olympics to fundraising and promoting Judo in Hills Districts through school demonstrations. We are proud about our achievements!

We enjoy our sport and promote the education and understanding of Judo - after all - Judo is just great fun

Our Mission

To provide international standard quality training, to encourage participation in Judo activities in the community, specifically in the local area, and to preserve the traditional spirit and intent of Judo

 

Our Vision

To be recognised in the Judo and general communities as the premium Judo training centre in Australia.

Good Sports Accreditation

The Australian Drug Foundation’s Good Sports program works in communities to make sports clubs safe and healthy.  Budokan Judo Club has been awarded Level 1 accreditation as part of the Good Sports program, for our work as leaders in reducing the link between alcohol and sport in the community. Being a Good Sports club means changing practices and adopting Good Sports policies, such as safe transport options, smoke-free club rooms, alcohol alternative fundraising and training in Responsible Service of Alcohol. read more...

 

 

On Tuesday 14th July Budokan was proud to invite Ray Williams NSW Member for Castle Hill to honour the 31 Budokan athletes who represented NSW at the 2015 Nationals and to make a special presentation to the athletes who won a record 12 National titles at these championships. Ray was very impressed with the club, its achievements and its contribution to the community and has paid the club a great tribute by making a comprehensive statement in NSW Parliament on the 11th August. His Private Member's statement is now on Hansard, the official record of Parliament and this can be found at: https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/Prod/parlment/hansart.nsf/0/C5AF2EFF98B584C6CA257E9E007C9401.
 
This is the fifth time since August 2012 that our local Member (previously Dominic Perrottet) has spoken in Parliament about Budokan. The other transcripts are referred to on our website home page at http://www.budokan-judo-club.com/. We are grateful to Ray Williams for his kind support and for his positive promotion of the club in Parliament.

 

Private Members Statements made by NSW Member for Castle Hill Dominic Perrottet recorded in Hansard on the NSW Parliament website at:

 

Dominic Perrottet visits Budokan after the 2012 Nationals
http://www.dominicperrottet.com.au/Media/LatestNews/tabid/71/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/36/categoryId/1/Budokan-Judo-Club.aspx

The article on the 2012 Nationals also features under the "Photos" tab on Dominic's website at http://www.dominicperrottet.com.au/Photos/tabid/80/AlbumID/417-12/Default.aspx