Our Passion

Here at Shindo Karate Association we believe in keeping the tradition of Karate, while incorporating the newest training and fitness techniques. Each instructor has their own style of teaching and each instructor has a proven history of producing excellent black belts. Instructors achieve this through the teaching of self defence, self discipline and self confidence. If you're a parent of a child you feel lacks confidence or you are simply wanting to get active, we at Shindo have the desire to help you achieve your goals.

All Shindo classes are designed for all fitness levels and ages where you feel comfortable and enjoy your training and improved fitness. Students see a vast improvement in their strength, speed, focus and fitness as they continue their journey in the dojo.

To enquire about classes please use the CONTACT US page or to find your nearest location us the LOCATIONS tab. Alternatively you can contact the dojo directly using the contact details provided in each LOCATION page.

We also have a number of facebook pages dedicated to specific dojos:
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SHOTOKAN CUP 2017

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2017 Victorian Karate League – Melbourne Open

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Oceania Championships

SHINDO SUCCESS @ OCEANIA CHAMPIONSHIPS!!!!   What an amazing finish to the Oceania Championships today. More Gold to Max Noble and Ben Debortoli in the Junior Boys team while Ella Eads won Silver in the Cadet Girls team. After being 10 Gold behind New Zealand on day 1 Australia stormed back to narrowly win the […]

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Introducing the Victoria Karate League

The Victorian Karate League (VKL) has been established to create a more competitive area for the development of both novice and elite Karate athletes.  The VKL will create a regional competition aimed at encouraging participation and developing sporting attitude with an increasing awareness of sport karate.  The VKL will allow greater competition for elite athletes […]

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Caitie Noble – Shindo Competitor of the Year!

Caitie returned to competition in 2013 after missing 2012 following major surgery on both hips. Despite a heavily restricted training load because of her continuing recovery she remained undefeated in Australia winning the Victorian Championships in March , the Australian Open in April and the Australian National Karate Championships in August. It was finally in August […]

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Why Start Karate?

Training karate will improve your child’s confidence, discipline and fitness. We recently came across this inspirational video that outlines these benefits and much more. If you are unsure if karate is the right sport for your child please check out the video below. All credit goes to Hoshin Jujitsu for creating this amazing video.

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Shindo Wins 11 Gold Medals at Nationals!

The 2013 Australian Karate Federation Nationals were held in Tasmania 9-11 August. Shindo once again had a great tournament as a team and went home with 11 gold medals!  Shindo’s Sensei Wayne Noble is the Victorian and Australian team coach and his recap can be found below. Results from Nationals 11 Gold 6 Silver 8 […]

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Sensei Alan Reflects On His Trip To Okinawa

A COUPLE OF AUSSIES IN OKKERS… Hello. I just wanted to tell you about my trip to Okinawa from the 12th May to 18th May,2013. This trip had been planned for quite a few months prior to that date and it finally come together for myself, my brother in law, Robert MALONEY and Paul VELDMAN. […]

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Sensei Alan travels to Japan!

Shindo Karate’s Sensei Alan Hill journey to japan was recently featured on the Okinawa Traditional Karate Liaison Bureau website. The entire article and can be found below. Sensei Alan Hill (2nd row left) training in Japan! Australian Karatemen rediscovering karate With no connection with Okinawa and its karate world, Alan Hill, Robert Maloney and Paul Veldman from […]

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Annie’s Angels Featured in the HERALD SUN

Annie’s Angels’ were featured in the Herald Sun on the 30th of April 2013. This is a great article that describes the growing trend of females doing martial arts

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Green & Blue

June Karate Gradings @ Eagle Sports Stadium

Black Belt grading June

Black Belt Karate Gradings - Bacchus Marsh