Barry Pang Kung Fu Schools have been operating for more than 30 years. The School was founded by the 'Pioneer of Kung Fu', Barry Pang in the early 1970s. It has since produced many national champions in both form and fighting. It is now renowned as one of the most established and professional Kung Fu schools in Australia.

Regular classes are held at educational institutions which have very high accreditation standards, including RMIT and Swinburne University. There are also Women's Self Defence courses are also held at many government, corperate and private institutions.

The Kung fu School caters for both adults and kids (ages 5 and up), with a slightly different syllabus for the kids to improve their coorindination and balance.

The Chief Instructor Barry Pang is highly qualified and the recipient of the Blitz Hall of Fame Kung Fu Tribute Award; the most prestigious award in Australia today. His wife Anne Pang is involved in the teaching of students at the school. She is the only female to be inducted into the Blitz Hall of Fame with a Tribute Award, and is a Women's Self Defence and Australasian Kung Fu Champion.