Welcome back for 2016!

Welcome back for 2016! We are looking forward to another year of training. 😀

We are hoping to host 2 tournaments this year at Mt Garnet Rodeo and Peeramon Pub. More details to follow, once we have confirmed with SABLI.

Due to the increase of rent by TRC for 2016, we have no option but to increase our class prices by $2 for adults and $1 for kids per session/class. We always endevour to keep our prices affordable for all as we are a not-for-profit Community Service. We do have overheads of rent, registration, insurance and public liability that we need to pay in order to be able to keep the Yungaburra Boxing Gym and Bootcamp running.
New prices
$10 Adults Boxing
$6 Kids Boxing
$12 Bootcamp

There is now an option to buy a Pre-Paid Class Card, which is valid for both Bootcamp and Boxing. This card allows you to purchase 10 Classes in advance!

Boxing price $100
Bootcamp price $110
(This means it’s just $10 per class for Boxing and $11 per class for Bootcamp).

The Pre-Paid Class Card is an excellent choice for those who struggle to find cash money for each class; or those who prefer to have the classes all paid in one go for ease of use.

It’s easy to use, buy one off Donella or myself and then just present it at the beginning of each class you attend to get it hole punched /ticked off.

Yours in Sport,

Ashley Cupitt.
Yungaburra Boxing Gym

Scott Mahoney and Raymond Cupitt weighing in for upcoming MABC tournament

Yungaburra’s 4 times Australian Amateur Boxing Champion Raymond Cupitt and 3 times Australian Amateur Boxing Champion Scott Mahoney are checking their weights for the up and coming boxing tournament to be held in Mareeba on Saturday the 24th October.  Both guys are making a return to the ring after 4 and 2 years break respectively.

2015.10.15 Yungaburra Newsletter Scott and Raymond weigh in

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World Firefighters Games

One of our Boxers Raymond Cupitt went down to Sydney to compete in Boxing at the World Firefighters Games during October 2012. He came back with a Gold Medal and a World Championship!


Bob Katter and Raymond Cupitt