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Best Dance Schools in Canberra

Best Dance Schools In Canberra, ACT

Expert recommended Best Dance Schools in Canberra, ACT. To help you find the best Dance Schools in Canberra located near to you, we put together our own list based on customers reviews which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!.

Project Beats


Hip Hop, Breaking, Popping, Locking , House

Here’s The Deal:

We are building a culture that focuses on continuing education. Focused not only for our students, but for our instructors, crew leaders, managers and directors. We teach dance classes for all skill and fitness levels and ages, from fundamentals to international quality performances.

Come and check out our classes on offer, get us to perform at your school or event, or talk to us to find out what is suitable for you!

Classical Ballet Centre


 Jazz, Tap , Tiny Tots Dance Programs

Here’s The Deal:

Welcome to the Classical Ballet Centre. Our Centre offers classes in Classical Ballet, Modern (incorporating Contemporary, Lyrical and Jazz), Jazz, Tap and Performance Arts. We invite family members to our Open Weeks regularly throughout the year to view and celebrate each individual’s progress and we hold a whole school Performance at the end of each year.

Classical ballet is accessible and beneficial for all ages. There are many advantages of studying ballet including an awareness and improvement of posture, a more musical ear, ease of movement through flexibility and co-ordination, an air of grace, and an appreciation of a beautiful and time-honoured art form.

Folk Dance Canberra


 Folk Dance,  Israeli Dance ,  Armenian Dance , Classical Indian Dance

Here’s The Deal:

Folk Dance Canberra Incorporated has been a lively presence in Canberra since 1994. Our founders, Christine and Jim Battisson began teaching folk dance in 1991 with a single class at Corroboree Park Hall in Ainslie. With numbers increasing to almost 100, the decision was made to formalise the group and in 1994 Folk Dance Canberra was incorporated. In May 1999, having outgrown the hall and in order to offer more classes, Folk Dance Canberra moved into their current premises in Hackett. The hall was officially opened as “Folk Dance Canberra Hall” by Mr Bill Stefaniak, MLA, Minister for Education, Sport and Recreation. Christine and Jim have since retired to Port Macquarie, where they now run folk dance classes under the auspices of the University of the Third Age.