• Upcoming Events


    Ball FLyer


    How to book Tickets?  Deadline – 25 July

    Tickets may be ordered by direct debit to the Ceroc bank account. Note: $105 (current member), $120 (non-member). Membership for rest of the year is $10. Pay the account: 06 4131 10548216 Ceroc Club Ball. Include a reference: Your name, no. of tickets. Use this method also if booking a table.


    Also, email rsvp@cerocclub.com.au with payment details, full names of tickets being purchased, any special dietary requirements, contact phone no. and seating preference (no promises). If you are organising a table, please also email rsvp@cerocclub.com.au, with details of those on the table. Singles and couples will be put together on tables, so everyone is welcome. More info: Sam 0415 116 533.


    How to book Accommodation?

    You have the option to book a room at Shangrila overnight, with one buffet breakfast included, for $190. Additional breakfasts can be ordered in advance at $22.50 per person. Accommodation and breakfast(s) must be booked and prepaid by contacting: Shangri-La on 3308 5100.







    Stay tuned for information on upcoming events.











“Everyone is so friendly and helpful, no matter what your experience level is. I always have such a great time”

“The music is great and people are smiling at you and for that one moment in your week, all you’re thinking about is dancing.”

“My wife and I are busy professionals and had limited social life. We were invited to try dancing, and have now been with Ceroc for more than two years. We found the people very welcoming. The instruction was better than expected. We’ve now participated in 3 dance routines and performed them at club events. The club has become part of our family and our social life has changed for the better”

“Ceroc can be a life changer like it was for me. From the experience of learning an easy but dynamic dance style to meeting wonderful new like-minded friends anywhere your life takes you . And Ceroc certainly can take you places with extra confidence and fitness that having a dance skill seems to bring.”