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DANCE FUSION, now with locations in Malaga & Joondalup, DANCE FUSION is proud to be relocating their MAIN STUDIO to new premises in Malaga in 2009! Boasting TWO large studio spaces, fully equipped with new wooden dance floors, wall mirrors, ballet barres, air conditioning & modern facilities! They are very pleased to be providing the best dancing has to offer to their students.

Exciting new classes in 2009 include:
BOYS ONLY hip hop/break dancing, “Petite Performers” jazz & tap class (5-8yrs),
“Wiggles & Giggles” (3-5yrs), “Mum’s & Bub’s” (2-3yrs), “Tiny Tumblers” Acrobats,
“Barbie Ballerina’s” & much, much more!!

Whether you are after ‘just for fun’ classes, or wish to take your dancing a little more seriously, DANCE FUSION is sure to have a class to suit everyone.
With over 25 years experience in the dancing & entertainment industry, DANCE FUSION makes learning to dance FUN, EXCITING, REWARDING, and as HASSLE FREE as possible.

Unit 1, 28 Oxleigh Drive, Malaga
Western Australia 6069
P: (08) 9249 2220
M: 0401 150 411

http://www.dancefusion.com.au/

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ritary parkThis site is a guide to finding coffee in Perth’s playgrounds and parks, created by a Perth family.

We are a family of two children who love playgrounds, and two parents who love coffee. We made this website to tell other parents of places we have found in Perth where you have coffee in the park while the kids play on the playground. 

New changes – over the Easter weekend we changed the menus – the list of parks is getting bigger and we have divided it up into a Perth Playgrounds South and Perth Playgrounds North menu.  We are also compiling a list of great parks without coffee – due to the huge number of suggestions we have received from parents across Perth. 

What counts as a coffee in the park?                                                                                      

To count as an official ‘coffee in the park’ a park need to have two essential criteria – a playground and a nearby source of takeaway espresso coffee. The two must be no more than a short walk from each other. These free public parks are listed in the two Perth Playgrounds menus. 

We also know of many other great playgrounds that unfortunately don’t have a built-in source of caffeine, so while they don’t qualify as a coffee in the park, we have created a new category for the site called Great Parks – No Coffee and will soon list them here. 

Under the Other Cool Places menu we have included places to play that are ‘pay for entry’ or which are fun places to play, without actually being formal playgrounds.

www.acoffeeinthepark.com

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