PKR Camp

The Ultimate School Holiday Activity

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What is TMA PKR Holiday Camp?

Our PKR camp is one of Perth's most popular school holiday activities. We keep the kids engaged and moving with a variety of fun games and challenges whilst teaching them some new skills along the way. PKR Camp is a great way for kids to have fun and keep fit at the same time.


Come on down these holidays and meet our team for a physical day of fun, games and learning new skills.

Please note - Booking is essential, spaces book out fast, so get in early to avoid missing out.


Our PKR holiday camp and flip workshops run at our BASSEBDEAN and BALCATTA facilities.

Book Now for 10% early bird discount
Session Times and Dates

Holiday Program Dates

Visit us at our Balcatta or Bassendean facilities

Week 1: 20th Dec to 24th Dec 2021
Week 2: 4th
 Jan to 7th Jan 2022

Week 3: 10th Jan to 14th Jan 2022

Week 4: 17th Jan to 21st Jan 2022

Week 5: 24th Jan to 28th Jan 2022

Session Times: 

Parkour Camp 9:00am - 12:30pm Mon to Fri (Age 5 to 13 years)

Flips Workshops 1:00pm - 2:30pm Tue, Wed and Thur (Age 10 to 16 years)

*If your child is attending the PKR Camp they will need to bring snacks for morning tea.

Please note - we are closed on public holidays.

PKR Camp Pricing
*5Day Pass

Valid for  5 Parkour Camp sessions

1 Day Pass

Valid for 1 Parkour Camp session

(3.5 hours)

*5 day passes can be used any time during Dec/Jan holidays and do not need to be consecutive days
Please read payment terms before booking
Frequently Asked Questions

How long are the classes?

Flip Workshops run for 90 minutes.
PKR Camp runs for 3.5 hours from 9am to 12.30pm.

Do I need to stay?

No. Most parents drop the kids off at 9am and pick them up at 12.30pm.

How many days can we attend?

You can attend as many days or sessions as you like. We program each day differently to keep it entertaining for students that attend multiple days. Just select all sessions you would like to enrol for then select the the pricing option that best suits.

How many kids per class?

To ensure a safe environment we separate each class into groups and limit our student to teacher ratio to no more than 10:1

Note - Beware of other facilities that operate with 12-15+ students per coach. This is not safe practice.

Is it just for boys?

Not at all! Movement and fitness is for everyone and we have many young girls in our programs. It is also a very complimentary  training method for girls training dance, netball, gymnastics and many other sports.

Who are the coaches?

The Motion Academy is the only facility in Australia that has a coaching team that is comprised entirely of ADAPT certified coaches. 

We pride ourselves on having some of the best, most experienced and highest qualified coaches in Perth.


Our program is designed and lead by our head coach, Ben Westbrook. Ben is 1 of only 2 registered ADAPT level 2 Parkour coaches in Australia. Our other coaches  are all highly experienced and qualified and have a diverse range of skills and experiences to bring to the program. 

Do you have multiple locations?

Yes, we have two facilities. One facility in Balcatta and another in Bassendean. We are not associated with or affiliated with any other gym or parkour program.

Is it Safe?

Yes! Some gyms are very padded and don't offer any similarities to the real world of concrete, brick and metal. This is usually done because they want to keep kids "safe".  Our kids PKR program is designed to teach kids how to navigate real world obstacles. We want to prepare them for the environment they will be playing in.

We do however pride ourselves on delivering very low injury rates by teaching children how to have fun whilst taking calculated and responsible risks. That is where our highly skilled coaching team comes in. We will teach students the safest methods and techniques of tackling obstacles to ensure they get the best experience possible and learn real life skills.

We do utilise mats, soft blocks and foam pits when we are working above certain heights and for unfamiliar movements, especially for the younger kids, so that they can learn in a less confronting environment.