Our Burwood Wing Chun school opened in 1990. Martial arts and self defence classes are conducted in the spacious Burwood Masonic Hall, which is near Woolworths and Westfield Burwood, and just a few minutes' walk from the Burwood train station.
Burwood Wing Chun is run by Senior Instructor Jonathan Jong Wah, Sihing Charbel Elaro and a number of other trainers.
Burwood Wing Chun is convenient for those living in and around Homebush, Concord, Fivedock, Ashfield, Croydon, Strathfield, Enfield and Canterbury.
Training is conducted inside the 1st Burwood Scout Hall at 17 Waimea St, Burwood and signs are usually displayed on the footpath outside.
By Public Transport or Vehicle
There is plenty of on-street parking nearby and the branch is within a few minutes' walking distance east-northeast of the Burwood train station. Students travelling by bus should get off at either the Burwood train station or one of the stops near the intersection of Shaftesbury Rd and Victoria St East.
We are now offering better value than ever before with our brand-new Wing Chun Training Plans.
Training Plans are charged to your bank account fortnightly via direct debit. You can suspend your Training Plan at one week's notice through our Current Students Portal. Unlike many other schools and gyms, we won't charge you an administration fee for this.
Our best-value 12 month Training Plans are displayed below. We also have 6 and 3 month options. Hover over the Training Plans to view more information, including the fortnightly rate and minimum total cost for our shorter Training Plans.
All Training Plans include martial arts insurance and apply to this location only.
Lock In a Great Rate!
Once you have completed your initial Minimum Term, your Training Plan will continue at the same great rate until you give us 3 weeks' notice to change or terminate your Training Plan.
All of our Wing Chun classes include a beginner group, so you can join now and start training right away.
Come along 15 minutes before a class wearing comfortable clothing and socks and our Branch Leader will help you get started. You'll need to bring your bank account details with you in order to sign up for a Training Plan.
If you are under 18 years of age, make sure to bring a parent or legal guardian along to complete the enrolment forms on your behalf.
Alternative Payment Methods
All 12 month Training Plans may be paid for in a lump sum with cash or by EFTPOS. Please contact Sydney HQ for more information.
You may wish to make a deposit on your Training Plan so that your fortnightly payment may be drawn from your account balance rather than your bank account. Deposits can be made via cash, EFTPOS or PayPal directly to Sydney HQ.
Please note that you will still need to maintain a valid bank account on file as a backup funding source in case your account balance runs out.
Training Cards (Alternative to Training Plans)
Training Cards are an excellent solution if you can't commit to a regular training schedule. They also make a great gift!
Our Training Cards are available in 6 and 12 class options and you can use them for any class at any of our Wing Chun schools (excluding Affiliated Schools). They include martial arts insurance.
Training Cards may only be purchased online or in-store at Sydney HQ.
|6 Class Training Card
||Valid 3 months from your first class
|12 Class Training Card
||Valid 6 months from your first class
Private Lesson Fees
All prices displayed include GST.
Jonathan Jong Wah
Inst. Jonathan, a Level 2 Senior Instructor, joined the Little Dragons class at the International Wing Chun Academy's Sydney HQ in 1992. A sales manager by trade, he became an Instructor in 2003 and was awarded a Dedication and Achievement badge in 2003.
In 2006, Inst. Jonathan became a Senior Instructor, and in 2008, he was appointed the Branch Leader of the Academy's Eastwood branch, which relocated to Epping soon after. In 2012, Inst. Jonathan transferred to the Academy's Burwood branch.
Inst. Jonathan says he took up Wing Chun Kung Fu as a means of getting fit and found it very useful when playing sport at high school. He says that the relaxed and social atmosphere of the Academy has helped him to maintain interest in the martial art of Wing Chun Kung Fu.