Melbourne Taekwondo Centre

Club History

Since its establishment in 1963, Melbourne Taekwondo Centre has emerged as one of the largest and most successful Taekwondo centers in Australia. This achievement can be attributed to the relentless efforts and commitment of our chief instructor, Grand Master Jack Rozinszky, who holds a 9th Dan black belt (Kukkiwon & Jidokwon). Grand Master Rozinszky consistently engages with instructors and students across all MTC branches, contributing to our center’s growth and reputation.

The shared vision of Grand Master Rozinszky is embraced by a dedicated team of instructors who continuously mentor our students, empowering them to reach their goals and aspirations. Our training system is specifically designed to foster self-discipline, boost confidence, and enhance coordination and motor skills.

Notably, numerous Melbourne Taekwondo Centre students have proudly represented Australia in various Olympic Games, including the 2000 Sydney Olympics, 2008 Beijing Olympics, 2012 London Olympics, and 2016 Rio Olympic Games. Additionally, our center boasts an unparalleled training environment, being the only club in Australia to have produced World Taekwondo champions across all three disciplines: Able body, Para Taekwondo, and Technical Taekwondo.

Carmen Marton

Melbourne Taekwondo Centre and Australia's first ever world taekwondo champion

Grandmaster Jack Rozinszky

Receiving his 9th Dan Kukkiwon in 2018

Grandmaster Bronwyn Butterworth

Winning the 2016 Poomsae World Championships in Lima, Peru

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