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Northern Territory Ballroom Dancing Association
NTBDA aims to promote Ballroom Dancing for all in the Northern Territory.
Ballroom dancing covers a number of styles such as Modern, Old Time, Latin and New Vogue. The aim of all NTBDA dances is to give all dancers regular dates, times and places to practice and enjoy their dancing and to meet new people.
NTBDA also aims to showcase Ballroom and New Vogue Dancing to the broader community and to attract people to, or back to dancing. The dance programs will include some "Come & try" progressive dances of Jive, Samba, Barn Dances, Evening Three Step, etc where current dancers will try to pass on their skills to others.
Other dance steps will include the Cha Cha Cha, Rumba, Modern Waltz, Slow and Quick Rythymn, etc. Sequence dances will include the Mayfair and Brecken Quickstep, Balmoral and Barclay Blues, Carousel, Sindy and Spindle Swing, Emmerdale and Alpha Waltz, Tangoette and Tango Serida plus others.
NTBDA does not provide Dance Classes, or Teaching.
If you are starting out, or interested in learning, receiving assistance or improving we are able to direct you to a person who may be able to assist with this.
Learning for Beginners and/or assistance with improvement may be arranged through lessons conducted by Audrey Grace. Audrey is a separate entity not attached to the NTBDA. Audrey and her colleague Jean are also known for their "In-Vogue Dances". For more information contact Audrey directly on Phone 08 79790945, or mobile 0438 865 160.
How to contact NTBDA
Northern Territory Ballroom Dancing Association- (NTBDA) email@example.com
PO Box 41091,
Casuarina NT 0811