Regional ballet classes


Select your location below to register for a ballet class in your region! Available in Mackay, Townsville, Innisfail, Cooktown, Esk, Longreach, Winton, Mount Isa, Cloncurry, Darwin and Katherine in 2022.

All classes are enabled through the support of the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and powered by Mercedes Benz Brisbane and LSH Auto Australia. Presented by Ergon Energy and Energex in Bundaberg and Cairns.

Community classes

#Class locations

Weipa

5th - 6th June
Weipa Sports and Aquatic Centre
Proudly supported by Weipa Town Authority

Petit Pointers (2-5 years)
Community Class (6-11 years)
Community Class (12-17 years)
Ballet for Seniors (18+)
Teacher PD
Free In-School Workshop

Mackay

6-7 June
Mackay Entertainment and Convention Centre,
Proudly supported by Mackay Regional Council

Petit Pointers (2-5 years)
Community Class (6-11 years)
Community Class (12-17 years)
Ballet for Seniors (18+)
Teacher PD
Free In-School Workshop

Townsville

8th June

Free In Schools Workshops
Teacher PD (St Margaret Mary's College)

Innisfail

13th -15th June
Innisfail Shire Hall
Proudly supported by Cassowary Coast Council

Petit Pointers (2-5 years)
Community Class (6-11 years)
Community Class (12-17 years)
Ballet for Seniors (18+)
Teacher PD
Free In-School Workshops

Cooktown

16th - 18th June
Proudly supported by Cook Shire Council
venue tbc

Petit Pointers (2-5 years)
Community Class (6-11 years)
Community Class (12-17 years)
Ballet for Seniors (18+)
Teacher PD
Free In-School Workshops

Esk

29th - 30th June
Somerset Civic Centre
Proudly support by Somerset Regional Council

QB Petit Pointers (2 - 5 years)
QB Ballet for Seniors (18 years +)
Community Class (12 - 17 years)

Esk - 2 Day Dance Camp

29 - 30 June
Somerset Civic Centre
Proudly supported by Somerset Regional Council

Spend two fun filled days dancing, creating and discovering the wonderful world of ballet with the world - class Queensland Ballet Teaching Artists.

Longreach

10 - 11 July
Longreach School of Dance
Proudly supported by Longreach Regional Council

Petit Pointers (2-5 years)
Community Class (6-11 years)
Community Class (12-17 years)
Ballet for Seniors (18+)
Teacher PD
Free In-School Workshops

Winton

12 - 13 July
Winton Shire Council Supper Room
Proudly supported by the Winton Shire Council

Petit Pointers (2-5 years)
Community Class (6-11 years)
Community Class (12-17 years)
Ballet for Seniors (18+)
Teacher PD
Free In-School Workshops

Mount Isa

11-12 July
venue tbc
Proudly supported by Mount Isa City Council

Petit Pointers (2-5 years)
Community Class (6-11 years)
Community Class (12-17 years)
Ballet for Seniors (18+)
Teacher PD
Free In-School Workshops

Cloncurry

13 - 14 July
Cloncurry Town Hall
Proudly supported by Cloncurry Shire Council

Petit Pointers (2-5 years)
Community Class (6-11 years)
Community Class (12-17 years)
Ballet for Seniors (18+)
Teacher PD
Free In-School Workshop


In-school workshops

In-school workshops

Our highly experienced Education Teaching Artists put the fun into the fundamentals of ballet, coming to your school to deliver safe, educative and inclusive dance experiences. Workshops are available for Kindergarten through to Year 12, and use dance as a vehicle to explore cross-curricular subject areas in Literacy, Numeracy, Physics, STEAM and Humanities & Social Sciences, complementing the teaching and learning currently taking place in Queensland classrooms.

Regional schools can register for a free workshop in their school. Available in Weipa, Mackay, Townsville, Innisfail, Cooktown, Longreach, Winton, Mount Isa, Cloncurry, Darwin and Katherine in 2022.

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Memberships

Gain access to a range of member benefits, including merch discounts, exclusive Queensland Ballet events and more!

Dance classes

Learn ballet, Pilates, jazz and more in your own home in your own time with Queensland Ballet's free online dance classes.

Performances

See the magic of ballet in real life, with a Queensland Ballet performance. Queensland Ballet includes family friendly performances each season for all to enjoy.

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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