Clubs in Canberra
Kyokushin Karate is a traditional Japanese martial art created by the legendary Karate Master Mas Oyama. After studying and mastering various martial arts, he was dissatisfied with their rigid single approach methods. So he set out to create a system that trained the student to their strengths and not to that of the teacher’s strengths, a system that was practical, NOT based on aesthetics! In the end he ended up with Kyokushin which translates to: The Way of the Ultimate Truth.
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The ACT & Districts Stoma Association Inc. is a voluntary, non profit organisation formed to further the mutual interests and welfare of its members (colostomates, ileostomates and urostomates).
The Australian Capital Territory Bar Association was established in 1964. It represents and provides professional services, support and benefits to independent barristers at the private bar and its members.
Formed in 1986, the ACT Branch has 40 members going into our 24th year. Although we are one of the smaller branches under the umbrella of the National DHAA, the standards of dental hygiene practice in the ACT is incredibly high.
ACTDTA provides leadership, collaboration and advocacy to enhance the professions of Dental and Oral Health Therapy and to promote optimum oral health for the community.
The ACT Ethnic Schools Association is an umbrella body for community based language schools in the Australian Capital Territory. It has 40 member schools and about 1500 student learning different kinds of community languages.
The Law Society of the Territory for the Seat of Government was formed in 1933 towards the end of the Great Depression, when Canberra itself was struggling to survive. There were seven members. The Society owes its genesis to the Queanbeyan based practitioners who moved ‘out to’ Canberra during the 1920’s. In 1940 the name was changed to the ‘Law Society of the Australian Capital Territory’.
ACT Motorcycle Club Inc. is located at Fair Bairn Park, Canberra, ACT 2601
ACT Tenpin Bowling & Association The purpose of this web site is to provide bowlers in the ACT and surrounds a central point to view and share�general information, announcements, upcoming events and results.
Veterans’ Athletics represent fitness, fun and fellowship across a range of athletic activities for men and women aged 30 and over. The club boasts a membership of over 500. Everyone, from beginner to elite is welcome.
Membership to the ACT Wound Management Association is open to individual health care professionals and organisations and industry involved in health care delivery and the manufacturing and supply of wound care products and technologies.
CPA Australia aims to resolve disputes/differences between clients and members. CPA Australia is the sixth largest accounting body in the world.
The association may be reached thru GPO Box 261, Hall ACT 2618 – PH# 07 3869 3433, Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are a multi-disciplinary association of physicians, physicists, chemists, radiopharmacists, technologists, nurses and others interested in the practice of Nuclear Medicine in Australia and New Zealand.
The Australian Association of Social Workers is the professional representative body of Social Workers in Australia, with 6,000 members nation-wide.
The AASW is responsible for promoting and regulating the social work profession in Australia. The AASW supports social workers by ensuring a vibrant, ethically based profession established on standards of practice that reflect a strong knowledge, skill, values and research base.
Canberra and the Clubs within
Canberra – Australia’s Capital region
Canberra became the site for the newly federated nation of Australia in 1908 by a ballot in Parliament after extensive searching. The Indigenous peoples of this area have lived here for over 20,000 years. Since then the city has grown to become the proud home of the Australian story.
Canberra is a fantastic base from which to explore the many treasures of the surrounding region. Explore historic townships, natural wonders, beautiful coastlines and the famous Snowy Mountains. So allow enough time to linger longer and enjoy all the nation’s capital has to offer.
Canberra has many Clubs which cater to all aspects of Sport, Leisure, Interest and Entertainment for residents and visitors.