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Every step a Spirited story

Our aim is to make dance accessible to all - from watching a story unfold on stage, to learning dance, and professional ballet training. We aim to reach far and wide with events, and to take you beyond the stage immersing you in the stories that move you. 

#Every step a welcoming story


World-class Academy

Our Academy is a world-class ballet training organisation, producing young dancers whose talents and abilities are in demand.

Community and education

We engage with the Community through educational programs, regional tours, and a range of inclusive events.

Dance classes for all

Learn or improve your dance and fitness skills, no matter your age or dance ability level.

Queensland Ballet exists to share stories – it’s how we connect, communicate and learn.


Whether you are telling, listening, or retelling – sharing a story is sharing an adventure.

Discover more about Queensland Ballet, our initiatives, history and experiences.

#What's on this month

Translating onstage to classroom learning

Ages

All

Ballet for Seniors Teacher Training Licensee Program

Ages

All

Giselle - Centre Stage for Seniors

Ages

50 — 100

The Little Mermaid Children's Workshops

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2 — 12

The Nutcracker Children's Christmas Workshops 2023

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2 — 12


Share the magic of dance this Christmas

Share the magic of dance this Christmas

Dance is a gift that brings people together. We have a range of gift ideas for the dance lover in your life, so you can share the magic of ballet with someone you love this Christmas.

#Your support means everything to us

Queensland Ballet has taken its place as a vibrant and compelling contributor to Australia’s cultural landscape, and an integral part of the national and international ballet ecology. Your support enables us to continue to tell captivating stories, engage communities, and nurture ballet’s future talent.

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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