Hurstville Martial Arts

The Integrated Combat Centre was established in Peakhurst in 2013, by two brothers David and Steven Tong, locals to the Hurstville area, eager to share their extensive martial arts knowledge and passion.

The ICC is situated at Unit 17/12-14 Norman St, Peakhurst.  We are located in Sydney’s southern suburbs with Mortdale, Penshurst, Oatley, Riverwood, Hurstville and Lugarno as the neighbouring suburbs.

At our full time martial arts facility we offer various programs ranging from Brazilian JiuJitsu (BJJ), Kick Boxing, Karate, MMA, kids martial arts and fitness classes.  At the ICC, we cater to men, women, children, teenagers, beginners and advanced students.

Our gym is heavily involved with the Hurstville community, teaching self defence and anti-bullying to all the surrounding schools in Mortdale, Penshurst, Oatley, Riverwood, Hurstville and Lugarno as well as actively participating in fairs and festivals conducted by the Hurstville council.

We are the only full time martial arts centre in the Hurstville area offering our diverse martial arts and fitness services. So if you’re in the area why not pop in and have a check it out for yourself – or better yet, have a FREE TRIAL!

As we are also part of the ROOTS Brazilian Jiu Jitsu family, anyone who trains in our gym can also train at any other of the 13 ROOTS gyms in Sydney and around the world and vice versa.

Where abouts from Hurstville are we?

The ICC is situated at Unit 17/12-14 Norman St in Peakhurst, approximately 4.3 kms east of Hurstville Station.

How to get to the Integrated Combat Centre in Peakhurst?

CAR:

Our Peakhurst gym is approximately an 8 minute drive from Hurstville Station.

Please follow the directions on the map below:

CAR Map

Once you arrive there is plenty of street parking available in front of the gym.

BUS:  

BUS Map

By bus, our gym in Peakhurst is approximately 20 minutes from Hurstville Station.

 

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