Square Dancing in Australia is corner stoned by National Conventions with each State and Territory taking turns to host it.
This is a great time to travel, meet old and make new friends as well as dance to some of the leading local and overseas callers.
There is almost 200 Square Dance Clubs in Australia.
Almost all these clubs are run by a dedicated group of Callers, their partners and other dancers.
With most being held on a weekly basis.
While Modern Square Dancing is the major activity, there are other dance forms that are combined to give some diversity.
These being Round Dancing, Clogging, Contra and in some cases, Line Dancing
One of the many pleasures of Modern Square Dancing is that once learned, you can dance in any country as the calls are done in English in everywhere .
This expands your options on things to do when on overseas travel.