Tracks Donor Circle

We are launching our new initiative the Tracks Donor Circle, to fundraise $10,000 annually to invest in new work.

Tracks prides itself on working with the community and investing in the development and employment of the local arts industry through a broad range of opportunities including choreographic development programs, studio residencies and showings, training, mentoring, community performances and signature dance productions.

It’s an exciting new opportunity to become a member of the Tracks Donor Circle. This includes a donation of $200 per year, for 5 years or a donation of $100 per year, for 5 years. Each donation is tax-deductible. Your donation will pay the wages of independent artists and allied creative industry workers and you will be acknowledged at our productions and events, and on our website.

Our Fundraising Promise

Your donation does not go towards paying Tracks core staff wages, operational or facility costs.

If you’d like to become a Tracks Donor Circle member, please contact us so that we can make arrangements and proceed further. We hope that you consider this opportunity, and we look forward to having you on board as a member!

Founding Members

Anthony Burridge, Carina Burridge, Darryl Butler, Graeme Cheater


Janine Sutter, Elizabeth Creed, Maria Vlastuin, Alison Copley, Leanne Melling, Andrea Wicking, Nikki Charlesworth-Manning


Become a Donor

Come and join the Grey Panthers.
“ It’s better than taking a pill…” Glad Morris, a founding member.

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Grey Panther Classes

$10.00 per class


Friday morning 9.30 - 11am at the Tracks Dance Studio.
Ground Floor, Harbour View Plaza, 8 McMinn St, Darwin

Contact Tracks office on phone: 08 8941 1410 or email:


Wednesday 10am - 12pm
Rum Jungle Tavern
Contact Darryl Butler 0428 983 098

Grey Panthers Troupe

Tracks believes in dance as a whole of life activity.
The Grey Panthers dancing troupe for over 60's is a prime example of this.



2023 Fellowship Recipient Announced...

Congratulations Jennifer Ma

Jennifer Ma is a Naarm-based Taiwanese-Australian dancer, choreographer and producer. Jennifer's collaborative dance practice sees her working with dancers across street and contemporary dance; choreographing works for live theatre and film. At its core, her projects aspire to elevate the presence of other diverse artists.

Jennifer was selected from a competitive field of 65 applications, from dance artists in every state and territory in Australia, from major cities to regional and remote parts of the country, and from artists diverse in age and practice. We were overwhelmed by the rigour and quality of responses we received and the great consideration that was taken by artists in their applications.

"I feel beyond honoured and invigorated to be awarded the inaugural Detour fellowship. At this point in my artistic career, it feels momentous to be supported in a process-driven initiative by five leading Australian dance companies. The magnitude of this fellowship to be able to connect with their communities is a challenge that feels like a tipping point for me to do something exciting. Receiving this fellowship means I can continue working on my craft without the pressure of an explicit outcome, which I believe is the sustainable way of working as an artist. I feel elated that this is my reality for next year and can’t wait for what is about to unfold."

DETOUR Interconnected Dance Fellowship 
A new and urgent opportunity, supporting an independent dance artist, to mobilise and engage in a sustained program for their personal creative development, in a spirit of reciprocity, with five Australian dance companies.

Tracks are thrilled to be partnering with Dance Makers Collective (Darug Country, Western Sydney, NSW), Dancenorth (Gurambilbarra and Yunbenun Country, Townsville, QLD), GUTS (Arrernte Country, Alice Springs, NT), Tasdance (Lutruwita Country, Launceston, TAS) to invite a dance practitioner to spend two weeks with each company, in a self-directed residency, to explore their practice, connect with new landscapes and share with the communities we serve.

The Rationale:

In a spirit of mutuality and reciprocity, five leading Australian dance companies will host an Australian dance artist through an interconnected residency program. By working together, we will provide 15-weeks of paid work for an artist to spend time with us, engage with our communities, with no explicit 'outcome' in mind; to free an artist to develop in the context of our unique environs.

The five companies will host the selected artist for two weeks each in 2023, providing space and relationships (through a Community Connector, an active artist/arts-worker trusted locally) to facilitate their visit.


Company Director

Tracks Dance Company has an exciting opportunity for a passionate, committed and experienced individual. Reporting directly to the Committee of Management, the Company Director is responsible for managing the operations of the organisation and plays a key role in the company's strategic direction. The successful applicant will have a passion for the arts and a desire to be an integral part of the Tracks Dance Company team.

Role of the Company Director

To work in collaboration with the Artistic Director on all executive decisions and develop strategies to resource and create a dynamic, healthy and responsible organisation that realises Tracks’ artistic, community and financial goals.

Applications close 5:00pm (ACST) Friday 11th November 2022

Full Position description:







The Tracks studio is a great community resource and is available for hire. Tracks Dance Company activities take priority over other bookings and secondary priority is given to dance and movement activities. The studio is also available for multi-art form rehearsals and professional development.

Studio Features

  • 11m x 11m sprung Harlequin floor
  • Professional Harlequin Cascade Vinyl Dance Floor Surface (no hard shoes/heels permitted)
  • Full-length Mirror wall with Ballet Barre
  • Air-Conditioning
  • High-Quality Sound System
  • Access to Toilets and Showers
  • Television and DVD player can be made available on request
  • Nearby Public Parking and walking distance from CBD


Studio hirers must be covered by their own public liability insurance and must provide a certificate of currency to Tracks.
Thinking about running some dance workshops but don’t have public liability in place? Did you know artists can apply for one-off insurance to cover short-term liability? This sort of cover usually lasts for a week. AON, Duck for Cover, and Dancecover all provide good options.


Contact Tracks Administrator for studio rates. Discounts may apply for Tracks Alumni and Not-For-Profit organisations.

All hirers must complete a full induction with a Tracks staff member

Hire Studio

If you are interested in hiring the Tracks Studio please fill out this form and we will be in touch with further information. 

Studio Hire Booking Request Form

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