Australian Taekwondo has successfully applied for a grant to help older people take part in the sport.
Funding to the tune of AUD$120,000 (£64,000/$85,000/€75,000) has been secured from the Sport Australia Better Aging Grant.
This aims to increase the level of physical activity being carried out by Australians over the age of 65, with the goal of improving their health and wellbeing.
"Australian Taekwondo is pleased to announce that we have been successful in our application for a Sport Australia Better Aging Grant," a statement said.
"Our grant of AUD$120,000 will be used for programmes that fall under the 'Ageless Taekwondo' initiative - including taking the 'Ninja Nannies' programme developed by Fay Shacklock nationally."
An online accreditation programme to allow instructors to deliver projects is currently being created.
Resources including promotional kits and flyers are also being made, as well as guidance on how to deliver programmes to the over-65 demographic.