Highland Dance Tasmania's aim is to promote highland dancing as a leading aerobic activity of choice in Tasmania, whilst preserving its unique heritage, beauty and tradition. Highland Dance Tas seeks to provide accessible, safe and healthy options for Tasmanians to pursue Highland Dancing as a dance form, sport or recreation, in both formal and informal environments.
Our objectives are:
- To establish Highland Dancing as an activity of choice for greater numbers of Tasmanians, promoting the dance form as a vehicle for healthy and personally challenging lifestyles.
- To develop and motivate participants (dancers, teachers, judges, officials, administrators and volunteers) to the level of skill, knowledge and competence in Highland Dancing, that they desire.
- To provide quality competition and participation opportunities at all levels.
Tasmanian State Committee of Highland Dancing Inc (TSCHDI) is a member of the Australian Board of Highland Dancing Inc and are affiliated with the Scottish Official Board of Highland Dancing, Edinburgh.
The placegetters at Champion of Champions 2014.
Congratulations to all the Tasmanian dancers who competed at the Australian Champion of Champions Championship in Melbourne at Easter time.
A special mention to the following dancers who placed overall in the Champion of Champions Championships:
Evie Dawkins 4th
Maddison Sefton 6th
Ashley Draper 3rd
Sarah Bourke 4th
Ashlee Beams 6th
16 years and over
Elie Roe Daniel 5th
Congratulations to the Kim Roe School of Dance who were worthy recipients of the Julie Appleton Seymour Award for the most successful dance school for the Easter Championships