Prospective Members

Ready to Fence?

Whether you’re thinking of trying fencing for the first time, or an existing fencer looking for a club to join, we would love you to drop in to one of our training sessions and see what we’re all about.

For beginners, the best time to visit is at the beginning of school terms, or at one of the special events or classes listed below.
Attention Adult Beginners! We are restructuring Tuesday evenings in term 4. There will now be an adult beginner/novice class starting at 8pm, with the option to stay for some friendly social fencing until 9:30pm.

Pick up a  2018 Info Pack and membership forms from our Membership page.

New to Fencing?  Have a Go!


Term 4 Classes for Beginners

PLEASE NOTE: If you are a beginner and want to fence on Saturdays in term 4, make sure you get to a training session by Saturday 27th October!  After this date we will not be accepting more beginners to the Saturday session until next year.

Saturdays in Nunawading From Oct 13th:
9:30am-10:30am, (ages 7-10) Swordplay Sabre
9:30am-10:30am, (ages 10+)  Novice Sabre, followed by joining the open training.

Tuesdays From Oct 9th:
7pm-8pm, Junior Training in Mitcham. Suitable for anyone who isn’t allowed to stay up as late as 9pm (aprox ages 7-11).  Beginners welcome any time.
8pm-9pm, (ages 13+)  Beginners Class, followed by social fencing for adults, in Mitcham.

Thursdays  From Oct 11th:
4:30pm- 5:30pm, (ages 7-12) After-School Class, Vermont South Sportlink.  2 spaces left.

6:30pm– Junior Epee, 7:30pm – Senior Epee, Olinda Community Hall
Beginners aged 9+ welcome at any time!


School Holiday Activities

Saturday October 6th – Fencing Open Day

10am – 12pm, Nunawading Community Centre

Join us for a fun (and free) introductory session and find out more about the sport.  All equipment provided.

Adults & Teens – You will be introduced to fencing with the Epee, and have a chance to test your new skills on the electrical scoring apparatus.  No experience necessary!

Ages 8+ – Lear to fence with the sabre!  We will cover the basic skills, and have a go with the electrical scoring apparatus.