Fencing Clubs in Sydney & New South Wales

Fencing Clubs in New South Wales

Clubs Listed : 26

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Bulli Swords Club ---- Visited: 190 Times

    Corrimal

    Listing id: 13696

    Fencing offers skill, fitness, and fun -- who hasn't wanted to battle the forces of evil with a sword and a spirit of derring-do? Beginners can come to Bulli Swords to get a friendly, informal welcome to the sport. More-experienced fencers can find new people to bout who love fencing as much as they do. We are YOUR fencing home in the Wollongong area.
    Website - 02 4283 4... 0407 233 ...

  • CSU Mitchell Bathurst ---- Visited: 76 Times

    Bathurst

    Listing id: 13699

    CSU Mitchell Bathurst is located at Uni Gym, Charles Sturt Uni Bathurst, NSW
    Website - 0414 407 ...

  • Duel Fencing Club ---- Visited: 67 Times

    Queanbeyan

    Listing id: 48026

    Beginners' classes are held for Epee. Ages 11 and up welcome.
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  • Fencing Academy of Arms ---- Visited: 230 Times

    Chatswood

    Listing id: 48027

    Fencing, Europe's original martial art, is an exciting, dynamic sport for men and women of all ages. Fencing combines agility and athleticism, with technical skill and lightning-fast tactical decision-making - it is not for nothing that the sport is known as "physical chess". Fencing is a workout for the mind, as well as for the body!
    Website - 02 9419 8... 0405 332 ...

  • Macquarie University Fencing Club ---- Visited: 291 Times

    Macquarie University

    Listing id: 13702

    Macquarie University Fencing Club is located at Macquarie University Sport and Aquatic Centre Gymnasium Road, Macquarie University, NSW.  Fee-paying club members are able to borrow club equipment during their first two years of membership. Casual Visitors may borrow club equipment when available but will be responsible for any breakages.
    Website - 0403 931 ...

  • Manly Musketeers Fencing Academy ---- Visited: 175 Times

    North Steyne Queenscliff

    Listing id: 13705

    Welcome to all prospective new members and guests! If you would like to just come along and watch a training session, please call in on a Monday night and tell coach Mitchell Fox that you are interested in joining and would like to watch. You are also welcome to contact the coach or the club with any questions you may have
    Website - 0410 422 ...

  • Marconi Fencing Academy ---- Visited: 102 Times

    Bossley Park

    Listing id: 48028

    Air-conditioned, furnished and comfortable club environment. Spacious parking facilities and courtesy bus service available for pickup from nearby train stations. Club Marconi also has cafe, restaurant and gaming available on the premises for patrons and guests.
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  • Masters Fencing Club ---- Visited: 181 Times

    Lane Cove

    Listing id: 13707

    Masters Fencing Club is located at Memorial Hall St. Ignatius College, Lane Cove, NSW
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  • MOSMAN VIKING BLADES FENCING CLUB ---- Visited: 68 Times

    Mosman

    Listing id: 48029

    Supporting your children in their choice of practicing fencing it's an act of faith in our sport that makes us proud. We are deeply confident that fencing has strong ethical yet sportive values: our job is teaching our children how to live them on the strip as in their own daily life, through fairness and correctbehaviours.
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  • Mountains Fencing Club ---- Visited: 129 Times

    Winmalee

    Listing id: 13710

    Hi and welcome to Mountains Fencing, a sporting club which caters for the art of swordplay in the greater Blue Mountains region, west of Sydney, New South Wales (NSW). We cover people who are interested in trying out their swashbuckling technique for the first time or experienced fencers in all three categories of fencing: foil, epee and sabre. In Australia fencing is a sport which goes relatively unnoticed with it’s origins strongly embedded within the European countries. However it is one of the few sports which requires a strong combination of mental awareness, strategy and aerobic fitness. Some call fencing a game of human chess, with the exception that fencing is a sport carried out at a fast pace requiring fencers to be able to think and react almost spontaneously. Physical Chess describes a bout perfectly, as you are required to use both your brain and body in outwitting your opponent to score a hit. It is a sport which unfortunately lost popularity in the latter half of the 20th century, it has unfairly been tagged an “elitist” sport that you may learn if you are in university or a private school, but nothing could be further from the truth. Most clubs like ours supply equipment for beginners, and you can replace the club kit with your own gear as you desire. A full fencing kit ready for local competition including uniform, mask and weapon can cost as little as $300.
    Website - 02 4759 2... 0412 421 ...

  • New South Wales Fencing Association ---- Visited: 354 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 13772

    Fencing, Europe's original martial art, is an exciting, dynamic sport for men and women of all ages. Fencing combines agility and athleticism, with technical skill and lightning-fast tactical decision-making - it is not for nothing that the sport is known as "physical chess". Fencing is a workout for the mind, as well as for the body! Fencing, one of the world's oldest sports, has its origins in training for the duel and is one of the very few sports to have been included in every modern Olympics. Modern fencing is actually three separate disciplines,each one using a different weapon: foil, epee and sabre. Electronic scoring apparatus is used and modern safety equipment made from space age materials ensures that the sport is as safe as possible. But you don't have to be an Olympian to enjoy fencing! The clubs you will find here cater to all ages and levels - from nervous beginners and 'social' fencers to would-be world champions.
    Website - 02 9692 9...

  • Newcastle PCYC Fencing Club ---- Visited: 57 Times

    Broadmeadow

    Listing id: 13713

    Newcastle PCYC Fencing Club is located at Cnr Young & Melbourne Rds., Broadmeadow, NSW.  Beginner and advanced classes are available.
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  • Penrith Academy of Fencing ---- Visited: 102 Times

    Penrith

    Listing id: 48030

    The Penrith Academy of Fencing has been coaching and conducting Fencing competitions for over thirty years. The club is one of the largest in NSW and draws its members from Western Sydney, South-Western Sydney, the Hawkesbury Region and the Blue Mountains. The club provides training, competition and coaching for both children and adults, from novice through to international competitions. Not only does the club cater for able-bodied fencers, but wheelchair fencing competitions are held as well. Coaching is available from Sally, Edi and Rene Kopiec. Sally is both head coach of the Penrith Academy of Fencing and National Coach of Paralympic and wheelchair fencing. At the Penrith Academy of Fencing, expert tuition is always available in this ancient and elegant sport.
    Website - (02) 4751... 0428 673 ...

  • Polish / Australian Fencing Club ---- Visited: 153 Times

    Marayong

    Listing id: 13716

    The Polish-Australian Fencing Club (PAFC) has been developed to introduce fencing to a large and diverse population in the Blacktown City and surrounding areas. The PAFC invites boys and girls interested in learning this exciting sport to join its fencing programs. PAFC is the only fencing club at Blacktown City and one of 3 in Western Sydney. We are supported by St Andrews College at Marayong and cooperate with other schools in the area. We teach the Olympic sport of fencing in a fun, family oriented environment. Our dedicated, passionate coaches, fencers and parents look forward to welcoming anyone who is interested in learning more about this exhilarating sport. The PAFC is affiliated to the NSW Fencing Association Inc. (NSWFA). This provides our fencers with full insurance and allows them access to state, interstate, national and international tournaments. Our goal is to introduce children to a sport which has evolved through the centuries to the very exciting and athletic Olympic sport of today. All fencers who participate in our programs must be willing to demonstrate respect for one's self, respect for one's opponent, respect for the sport of fencing, and respect for all coaches and officials of the sport.
    Website - (02) 9372... 0425 283 ...

  • Silver Sword Fencing Academy ---- Visited: 114 Times

    Daceyville

    Listing id: 13722

    Join our Great Team of Fencers and find an exciting world of friendship, competitions and unique way to get fit! Family Friendly! Personalised Fitness and Training! Sydney’s only specialist Foil Club!
    Website - 02 9520 2... 0412 663 ...

  • Southern Highlands Fencing Academy ---- Visited: 71 Times

    Mittagong

    Listing id: 48031

    Fencing, Europe's original martial art, is an exciting, dynamic sport for men and women of all ages. Fencing combines agility and athleticism, with technical skill and lightning-fast tactical decision-making - it is not for nothing that the sport is known as "physical chess". Fencing is a workout for the mind, as well as for the body! Fencing, one of the world's oldest sports, has its origins in training for the duel and is one of the very few sports to have been included in every modern Olympics. Modern fencing is actually three separate disciplines,each one using a different weapon: foil, epee and sabre. Electronic scoring apparatus is used and modern safety equipment made from space age materials ensures that the sport is as safe as possible. But you don't have to be an Olympian to enjoy fencing! The clubs you will find here cater to all ages and levels - from nervous beginners and 'social' fencers to would-be world champions
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  • Sydney Sabre Centre ---- Visited: 84 Times

    Stanmore

    Listing id: 48033

    The Sydney Sabre Centre (SSC) is the first and only facility in Australia dedicated to the sport of sabre fencing. SSC is located in Stanmore, less than 6km from the Sydney CBD along one of the city's main arterial roads (Parramatta Rd). The centre sports 11 permanent pistes, lockers for fencing gear, a fitness area, gear store, professional fencing instructors, air conditioning and lounge with wifi.
    Website - 02 8094 9...

  • Sydney University Fencing Club ---- Visited: 85 Times

    Sydney University

    Listing id: 13685

    Sydney University Fencing Club is one of the largest, oldest and most successful fencing clubs in Australia. The club currently has well over 100 active members, ranging from beginners to internationally competitive athletes. If you are interested in fencing, please do not hesitate to contact us  All three weapons (foil, epee, sabre) are fenced at Sydney Uni Fencing Club. The Club welcomes members of all experience levels from novice to Australian National and International representatives. We have a large amount of equipment available for the use of members and visitors during club training. Members can also be hire or purchase equipment through the club 
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  • The Swords Club ---- Visited: 166 Times

    Crows Nest

    Listing id: 13724

    The Swords Club was formed in 1913, and is the oldest continually operating fencing club in Australia. It operates from the gymnasium at North Sydney Girls High School in Crows Nest. The club's membership has included many State and Australian champions, and has been the centre for State and National training squads, competitions and camps.
    Website - 02 9949 1...

  • University of Newcastle Fencing Club ---- Visited: 70 Times

    University of Newcastle

    Listing id: 13726

    The University of Newcastle Fencing is focused on the Olympic sport of fencing. We are a friendly and active club. We welcome all new members whether social or competitive. The Club sends members to state and local competitions throughout the year. We also have semi-regular club social events.
    Website - 02 4961 4...

  • University of NSW Fencing Club ---- Visited: 141 Times

    University of NSW

    Listing id: 13727

    Our club provides both the competitive and the recreational fencer a facility where they can develop their skills to their greatest potential through the active implementation of world-class training programs, competitions, and team sport.
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  • UTS Fencing Club ---- Visited: 142 Times

    Moore Park

    Listing id: 13728

    UTS Fencing Club is the most successful and competitive fencing club in Oceania. It is the home to 19 current and past Australian National Representatives, Commonwealth, National and State Champions and many more NSW representatives. All three Olympic fencing weapons are practised at the club.
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  • Wagga Wagga Fencing Club ---- Visited: 36 Times

    Waqgga Wagga

    Listing id: 13730

    Wagga Wagga Fencing Club is focused on encouraging and developing the sport of fencing in Wagga Wagga and the Riverina. Fencing has many descriptions but the one that seems to stick the best is “playing chess at 300kph”; in fact many American web sites refer to fencing as “physical chess”. Fencing is a sport requiring excellent fitness, lightning reflexes and a sense of strategy. Fencing in all its forms can be considered as an Olympic sport, a health and fitness recreation or an artistic performance.
    Website - 0409 227 ...

  • Warriors Fencing Club ---- Visited: 206 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 48032

    The Warriors Fencing Club is made up of several fencing club houses spread out across Sydney, NSW. The Warriors Fencing Club caters for children from 6 years upwards and is ideal for beginner students from 6 to 16 years of age.
    Website - 0404 508 ...