AHA Annual Camp

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Australian Hapkido Association
Autumn Camp – 3-5 April 2020


It’s fun, it’s friendly, it’s exhausting and exhilarating, it’s the AHA’s annual Autumn Training Camp! And now is the time to register to attend!

This year’s camp will be held at the NSW State Sport and Rec centre at Point Wolstonecroft – 90 minutes north of Sydney.

The camp is a great mix of training, fitness and fun that will allow you make a huge leap in your understanding of Hapkido and at the same time meet other like-minded martial artists. The focus will be on Hapkido, health, fitness and so the Masters and senior black belts have requested this years camp be alcohol free.


Registering for the camp is a two-step process.

Step one –  register (and pay) via the AHA website.

Step two – Once you have registered you will receive an email containing a link to the NSW Dept of Sport and Rec online Medical and Consent form, which you must complete. Note: a separate form is required for each and every attendee. This is compulsory whether you are training or not – i.e. non-training parents/guardians must complete a form for themselves too. Failure to complete this form (by Friday 13 March 2020) will mean that Point Wolstonecroft will not consider you to have registered, rendering you unable to attend the camp.


Full weekend – training adult (18 years and over) – $255

Full weekend – NON-training adult (18 years and over) – $200

Full weekend – child (5-17 years) – $190

Saturday only – $95*

Sunday only – $75*

(* Note: these day-only prices include your lunch and the Dept’s site access and usage fee of approximately $20)

The full camp price includes all meals and accommodation from Friday evening till Sunday after lunch. Note the last training session of the camp is Sunday morning 9am to 12 noon, followed by lunch and tidy up of the lodges.

Bring a pillow case (mandatory – camp rules) and either (1) a sleeping bag or (2) sheets and a doona, also toiletries. (Pillows are supplied). A suggested packing list will be provided closer to the camp weekend.

Important info for parents/guardians


All children under the age of 15 years must be under the supervision of a parent or guardian for the entire weekend. The AHA does not provide general supervision for unaccompanied children. If you have a child or children under the age of 15 years who wish to attend the camp unaccompanied by you, you will need to discuss this with their instructor BEFORE registering your child/ren. Either your child’s instructor or another adult from their club must agree to act as guardian to your child/ren for that weekend for your child/ren to be able to attend.


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