The Australian Government through the Australian Sports Commission recognises the
Australian Jujitsu Federation
ATTENTION — INVITATION to potential sport jujitsu and grappling competitors — WCJJO World Jujitsu Championships — September 2015 — For more information CLICK HERE
Providing representation throughout Australia since the 1950s the Australian Jujitsu Federation (AJF) is actually a federation of member schools or organisations that include jujitsu and related martial arts:
Aikido / Aiki jujitsu / Brazilian jiu jitsu / Hapkido / Jujutsu / Kenpo jujitsu
modern styles – gendai and traditional styles – koryū
sporting styles and non-sporting styles
This website provides an overview of the role of the AJF, plus information on the requirements and benefits of membership; names and contacts for member schools; and names of all accredited instructors thoughout Australia.
The AJF is a legal entity registered with ASIC and is responsible for the administration of both the National Coaching Accreditation Scheme (NCAS) and the National Officiating Accreditation Scheme (NOAS) for all martial arts represented by the AJF. Martial arts teachers, students and parents are encouraged to read the enclosed information under Accreditation.
If you are a Sensei / Teacher in: Aikido / Aiki Jujitsu / Brazilian Jiu Jitsu / Hapkido / Jui Jitsu / Jujitsu / Jujutsu / Kenpo Jujitsu, within Australia and your school is not a member we would welcome the opportunity to discuss in more detail the benefits of membership and look forward to hearing from you.
We value your feedback and comments and welcome questions on any facet of our operations, so please feel free to telephone or go to our page: Contact Us and send us an email. We are also keen to hear from ‘National Jujitsu Organisations’ in the Oceania and South Pacific Region.
Once again, welcome to our website – Board of Directors