Burraneer Bay

Dancers from Burraneer Bay Year 4/5. Photo: WinkiPoP Media

2018 Dance Day proves to be non-stop fun


Sydney Eisteddfod’s annual Dance Day at the Sydney Opera House is one of the festival's most fast-paced, biggest days of dance! With so many incredible performers from as young as Kindergarteners up to year 6 students showcasing their talents, the variety and enthusiasm is overwhelming to witness.

The Primary School Dance Group (Years K to 4) was the first event of the day. St Therese Junior Show Troupe (Mascot) was awarded first place, Rouse Hill Stage 2 Dance Group followed closely behind in second place and St Charles Junior Show Troupe (Waverley) took out third place.

On a cute note, the Infant School Dance Group (Years K to 2) showcased their talent. Burraneer Bay Year 2 (Cronulla) were crowned the winners and Laguna Street Junior Girls Ensemble (Caringbah) followed closely behind in second place. Glenhaven Public School took out third place, but all groups performed at such a high level for their age group, they should all be proud of their efforts.

Following that event and beginning the afternoon session was the Primary School Dance Group (Years K to 6). Burraneer Bay Year 4/5 (Cronulla) was awarded first place, Cammeray Public School followed closely behind in second place and Laguna Street Boys Dance Ensemble (Caringbah) took out third place.

As the day transitioned into night it was time for the Primary School Jazz/Musical Theatre/Hip Hop Dance Group to take to the stage.

Glenhaven Public School was awarded first place, St Joseph's Senior Show Troupe (Oatley) followed closely behind in second place and Pymble Ladies' College took out third place. 

Sydney Eisteddfod congratulates all performers for their efforts as each and every group demonstrated that hard work and team spirit can lead to success!