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Careers at Queensland Ballet

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.

#Work with us


Dancer auditions

Join the Queensland Ballet Company, led by Artistic Director, Li Cunxin. Auditions for the Company are annual and are usually held in the later half of the year.

Vacancies

Be a part of the team behind the stage. Our team spans across artistic, production, business, front of house and more.

Volunteers

We wouldn't be anywhere without our valuable volunteers! See more about front of house volunteer opportunities at Queensland Ballet at the link.

Work experience

Work Experience Residency program for students in Years 10 – 12 and Internships for undergraduate university students.


Share our vision

We're committed to making ballet and other art forms accessible for more people and communities in Queensland, and throughout Australia. Dance is fundamentally about community, and we'd like to make that community as inclusive as possible.

If you share our vision, we invite you consider working with us at Queensland Ballet. We have a range of roles available for dancers within the Company, roles within our Company office and front of house, and volunteer and work experience opportunities.

#Discover more


Thomas Dixon Centre

Home to Queensland Ballet business and artistic teams. With a focus on wellness and heritage, you'll love coming to work here every day.

Team

Learn more about the types of departments and roles that bring ballet magic to the stage every year, by seeing the talented team at Queensland Ballet.

Latest news

See what we've been up to recently by reading our news articles. From company interviews to media releases, stay up to date with what's happening at Queensland Ballet.

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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