The Queensland Irish Association Dancers were founded in 1958 to promote Traditional Irish Dance and to provide instruction in Traditional Irish Dancing to members of the Queensland Irish Association. Tuition is very affordable and is given downstairs at Tara House, 175 Elizabeth St, Brisbane. We currently provide tuition to over seventy dancers of all ages and levels of experience and we regularly provide entertainment at the QIA clubrooms (Tara House, Elizabeth St) and many other venues around Brisbane and South-East Queensland. If you need Irish Dancers for any event please contact us at the address below. Our rates for commercial appearences are very reasonable and we often do charitable functions free of charge! But please remember, because of our busy schedule (feisanna, displays, concerts) we need prior notice to make sure we can provide properly for your needs.

Please contact us at:    qiadancers@yahoo.com.au

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Last updated 13/02/09

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Contact us at  qiadancers@yahoo.com.au 

Would you like to send us in some artwork? Would you like to be able to download Irish/Celtic clipart and fonts? Let us know and we will try to make it happen. We are constantly updating the website with new photos, news, Feis results and birthdays. Keep coming back and let us know if you like what you see.

Check out our Links page for some other great Irish Dance sites. Download the terrific new screensaver available at the Riverdance site! For Irish Music fans go to live365.com and follow the internal links for traditional (and not so traditional) Irish music, you can then close their window and keep surfing the web while listening. So go inside and check it out, then come back for more regularly, we'll be here!

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