Documents

  • The Wushu Council Australia Limited is a Public Company Limited by Guarantee. The organisation carries its work through the state associations and is governed by the Board of Directors. Objects of the organisation: • To improve the physical, mental and social well-being of the citizens of Australia by the encouragement
  •     The Wushu Council Australia was founded in 2012 with the aim of offering the sound platform for development of Wushu in all its forms and improving standards of Wushu, Tai Chi and Qigong in all states of Australia.  The decision to form the company was made on 16
  • The Wushu Council Australia is managed by the Board of Directors (elected volunteer positions). The Board of Directors and the Council’s secretariat are responsible for the conduct and development of the organisation and its operations. Members of the Council are the state organisations that look after Wushu, Tai Chi and
  • Sporting and recreational organisations have legal obligations in relation to protection of their members and they also have moral obligations to establish appropriate standards of behaviour and to provide safe environments. The Wushu Council Australia is committed to providing an environment safe for all Wushu, Tai Chi and Qigong practitioners, that
  • Rationale behind the Anti-Doping Policy: The Wushu Council Australia condemns doping as fundamentally contrary to the spirit of sport. Anti-doping programs, including documents such as this Anti-Doping Policy, seek to preserve what is intrinsically valuable about sport. The Essence of sport at all levels in Australia upholds the principles of
  • The Wushu Council Australia’s mission is to unite Australian Wushu, Tai Chi and Qigong clubs, schools and individual practitioners into a strong community based on the best of traditions and contemporary developments, shared values and business interests aimed at promotion and advancement of Wushu in all its aspects. We are
  • At Wushu Council Australia, we recommend all instructors and practitioners to get familiar with, and follow the WHS (Work and Health Safety) regulations to try and eliminate or minimise risks so far as is reasonably practicable.
  • The Wushu Council Australia is currently working on the implementation of a new Accreditation System for Wushu, Tai Chi and Qigong instructors. The new system will be non-discriminatory, transparent and open to every suitable practitioner regardless of their membership in other organisations. The Wushu Council Australia is committed to helping all practitioners in