Social Events

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We hold a series of Taekwon-Do related social events through the year to give members and opportunity to bond and celebrate achievements and milestones.

These may range from awards nights, fundraising events, anniversaries, milestones and significant dates in Taekwon-Do.

Social events are an important element of our activities to encourage friendships, break down social barriers and to rightfully acknowledge the significant contributions of our members.

Upcoming Social Events:

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1st – 3rd Degree BBQ – Melbourne Sat 16th February

After the 1st – 3rd Degree Patterns and Technique Seminar conducted by Master Muleta, there will be a BBQ for all participants.

BBQ is included in the cost of the seminar.

Non participants (of that day’s event) pay $30. Register Here

(Non participants is limited to parents of participating children, or people taking part in the following day’s seminar. Note : Non participants cannot view training session)

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4th Degree & above BBQ – Melbourne Sun 17th February

After the 1st – 3rd Degree Patterns and Technique Seminar conducted by Master Muleta, there will be a BBQ for all participants.

BBQ is included in the cost of the seminar.

 Register Here

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Australasian ITF Hall Of Fame Banquet

 The 2019 Australasian Hall Of Fame ceremony will beheld on Saturday 26th October in the Nation’s Capital of Canberra.

After the huge success of the 2nd event will well over 100 guest and in the presence of 3 Grandmasters, we look forward to another great celebration in the 3rd installment.

A reminder the event is open to all ITF practitioners, past and present, regardless of which organization you align yourself with.

All persons are eligible to be nominated – check the nomination categories and nomination procedures.

We invite all students, supporters, past nominees and inductees to come along and celebrate the great achievements of all of those who have contributed to the development and success of General Choi’s Taekwon-Do in the Australasian Region over the past 40+ years.