Queensland Ballet Community Classes

Explore our dance and fitness classes at the Thomas Dixon Centre

Join us at Queensland Ballet’s home in West End and enjoy our wide range of dance and fitness classes in the same world class studios our Company Dancers use.

We’re committed to making dance classes accessible to more people, to experience the joy of dance. 

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Dance for Children

Dance for Children

Get your little one grooving and growing with dance!

Our programs are designed to introduce young boys and girls to the foundations of dance and movement, in a fun and relaxed environment.

Dance & Fitness for Adults

Dance & Fitness for Adults

Our dance and fitness classes, and beginner Ballet Foundations courses, are a great way to put your best foot forward. We welcome all ages and abilities to join us and embrace the joy of dance.

Taught by expert Queensland Ballet Teaching Artists, these programs are designed to improve your strength, mobility and muscle tone, and dance technique.

Dance for Seniors

Dance for Seniors

Increase fitness, stamina and find your 'happy place' amongst new friends who share a love of dance.

We offer specialised ballet, jazz and fitness classes for all abilities and fitness levels in your 'golden years'.

Dance for Health

Dance for Health

Dance is known to have a plethora of benefits for our mental and physical health.

Our Dance for Health programs are underpinned by medical research, and provide a ballet program designed for your specific needs.

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406 Montague Road
West End 4101

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Queensland Ballet members receive 10% off select dance classes, among other benefits.

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Queensland Ballet offers other one-off dance workshops and events throughout the year.

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and perform. Long before we performed on this land, it played host to the dance expression of our First Peoples. We pay our respects to their Elders — past, present and emerging — and acknowledge the valuable contribution they have made and continue to make to the cultural landscape of this country.

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