Covid Notice

November 3rd Update

Melbourne Dojangs are starting to reopen with Upwey and Melbourne University Dojangs reopening on Thursday 4th November and Caulfield North on Friday 5th November. It is hoped, technology permitting, that unvaccinated students will be able to follow along with the Caulfield North class via Zoom until they are able to meet government requirements for returning to class.

Some Regional Dojangs have reopened with limited numbers. Check with your local Regional or Branch Instructor as to whether training has resumed and under what circumstance. Some branches will be using a booking system to ensure all students are given equal opportunity. Stay safe and follow Covid Safe policies. 

To comply with Government regulations, open Dojangs are only able to provide training for fully vaccinated students. Please use the Service Victoria App and provided QRCode when entering the Dojang and display your vaccination status to the instructor.

New repeating link - all you will need until further notice (add it to your calendar)
Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 822 7225 2996
Passcode: 989251



As soon as Victoria has eased Covid restrictions and all of our branches are again open to training "in Dojang", we ask you to be aware of your health and choose not to train or visit should you have any adverse symptoms, and to use the hand sanitiser available at the Dojang entrance. Please scan the QRCode provided wherever possible, although Instructors will keep a record of your visit for Covid tracking purposes for those without a capable mobile phone. Hopefully we can all remain healthy and stay open to training together.

BTW: There are now over 80 free classes available via the "Videos" section of our Facebook page enabling you to train alongside us online. 


Rhee International Tae Kwon Do (Australia) is a traditional, non-competitive martial art aimed at self defence training for the whole family with branches across Victoria and the rest of Australia.
Victoria's Master Chong Hyup Rhee is one of the 12 original "Masters of Tae Kwon Do" sent by the Korean Tae Kwon-Do Association in the 1960s to take Tae Kwon Do to the rest of the world. He has been training students in Victoria since 1970.

Rhee International Tae Kwon Do is a traditional, non-competitive martial art which aims to achieve the following characteristics in our members:

•Fitness and good health
•Courtesy and respect

Rhee International Tae Kwon Do has been established for 50 years with training centres (dojangs) throughout Australia and New Zealand.  World Master Instructor, Master Chong Chul Rhee is widely known as the Father of Australian Tae Kwon Do. Rhee Tae Kwon Do Victoria is under the guidance of Master Instructor Chong Hyup Rhee, brother of Master Instructor Chong Chul Rhee.   The art of Rhee International Tae Kwon Do involves numerous dynamic techniques. Combining the skilled application of powerful kicks and punches, blocks, dodges and interceptions, with the philosophy and traditional teachings of Rhee Tae Kwon Do, the practitioner attains physical and mental strength to apply in their day-to-day life. The discipline, mental training and various techniques of Rhee Tae Kwon Do also provide the grounds for engendering in the practitioner a strong sense of justice, fortitude, compassion, humility and resolve.

Every movement of Rhee Tae Kwon Do is scientifically designed, with a specific purpose in mind. Many of the movements involve beneficial stretching of the arms, legs and torso. The practitioner of this Art will achieve a high degree of aerobic (heart/lung) fitness, whilst, the muscles of the body will be toned and stimulated. Expertly taught by qualified instructors, regular practice of Rhee Tae Kwon Do ensures limitless benefits for a fulfilling way of life.