AUSTRALIA'S CENTRE FOR KARATE EXCELLENCE.
Unsu Kai Karate is a first class martial arts club based in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne. With so many martial arts schools out there, it can be difficult to know which one is right for you. Unsu Kai Karate provides a friendly learning environment with classes suitable for adults, teens and children. We run separate classes for each age group, maximizing each student's learning. Our level of training is of the highest standard and our highly qualified and enthusiastic instructors are devoted to helping you get everything you can out of karate.
Please browse the site and don't forget to book into our beginner's program.
If you're an absolute beginner, our karate club is right for you. People choose our club for the high quality of each class and the fun and challenging programs. We live and breathe karate, and it shows. The students in our club are of a high standard and have proven to be some of the best in the country. Students are encouraged to learn and develop at their own pace. Every Unsu Kai Karate class provides a challenge, and we like to train hard. You will leave class feeling that you have achieved something!
Experienced students are also welcome at Unsu Kai Karate. Many students have returned to martial arts or switched from their previous schools to us as they believe that the level of training in our school is second to none. We invite you to try for yourself and make up your own mind.
Despite the high quality of our school, our prices are very competitive. Making us one of the most affordable martial arts schools around.
We have a proud competition history with many of our students winning State and National titles. We are Australia's most successful individual competition karate school. Between 2011 and 2013, Unsu Kai's tournament team won an incredible 709 tournament trophies in open competition! This includes 51 State titles and 62 National tiles. This is far more than any other martial arts club in the country. The team and coach are pictured here with their winnings at 2012 nationals (left) and their season haul for 2011 (right).