Dance the day away with the Australian Ballet

June 27, 2022 BY

The Australian Ballet Education and Outreach team is presenting fun and creative dance workshops.

Committed to providing creative and engaging activities for young people, The Australian Ballet Education and Outreach team will present fun and creative dance workshops for all levels in the coming July school holidays.

From July 5-7, whether you’ve got an experienced ballerina or a first-time dancer, children of all ages and abilities can expect to move, have fun and be creative in these tailored dance workshops.

The workshops are designed to support confidence, resilience and teamwork skills for all individual needs and skill levels in a fun environment.
With four workshops to choose from, participants will have the opportunity to take part in:

– Dancing Story | 3-5 year olds
– Prep to Grade 2 Dance Workshop |
– 6-8 year olds
– Upper Primary Dance Workshop |
– 9-12 year olds
– Teen Dance Workshop |
– 13-16 year olds

Teen dancers are required to have some level of dance experience. No previous experience is required for other levels.

Taking place in Studio 4 at Geelong Arts Centre’s landmark Ryrie Street building, each workshop runs for 45 minutes, and is followed by a free 1pm performance of The Story of Pomi and Gobba for all workshop participants and guardians.

Children of all ages and abilities can expect to move, have fun and be creative in tailored dance workshops at Geelong Arts Centre.


The performance runs for 30 minutes and registration is essential.

Tickets are on sale now at geelongartscentre.org.au/familymagic-2022/the-australian-ballet-dance-workshops and capacity in Studio 4 is limited.

Bookings can be made via the website, or by phoning the Box Office on 1300 251 200 between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Please note that all participants must be accompanied by an adult. Adults are not required to purchase a ticket, and a maximum of one adult per child may attend free of charge.

Children or groups of children must be accompanied by an adult.

Geelong Arts Centre’s 2022 Family Magic program is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria, major artistic partner Deakin University, and program sponsor Geelong Connected Communities.