The Australian Calisthenics Competition at the Royal South Street Society Ballarat Eisteddfod

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Get ready to be thrilled and delighted by the Australian Calisthenics Competition at the Royal South Street Society Ballarat Eisteddfod! Australia’s premier eisteddfod has been igniting the stage with extraordinary performance opportunities since 1891.

Step into the heart of the Royal South Street Society Ballarat Eisteddfod and take a seat as an audience member at Australia’s most prestigious calisthenic competition.

The Australian Calisthenics Competition commenced in 1903 and today is one of the largest competitions in the country. The Eisteddfod has hosted competing clubs from Victoria, WA, SA, NSW, ACT, QLD showcasing the unique combination of dancing, singing, gymnastics, technical and leaderships skills that Calisthenics nurtures through friendship and teamwork.

Take your seat in the audience and encourage them with your applause!

Content: Royal South Street Society

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  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

  • 11–30 Oct

Founders Theatre

University Drive, Mount Helen VIC 3350

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$20 - $25

Children under 5 free


Accessibility Information

  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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