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Swing Patrol is beginning to gradually re-open regular class venues.
Things will operate differently than in the pre-Covid times, so please read below for details of the changes. Please also read about Swing Patrol’s Covid Safe Plan.


Due to COVID restrictions, online pre-bookings are essential for our regular classes. In order to adhere to venue density requirements, and to facilitate contactless payment and smooth traffic flow at check-in, we require everyone to register and pay online prior to attending the class.

Which venues are open?

Swing Patrol Hawthorn – weekly on Monday nights. Level 1 (beginner) classes at 6.30pm. Level 2 (intermediate) classes at 7.45pm.
For more info and booking links, CLICK HERE

Swing Patrol Melbourne CBD – weekly on Tuesday nights. Level 1 (beginner) class at 6.15pm, Level 2 (intermediate) class at 7.30pm. For more info and booking links, CLICK HERE

Swing Patrol Yarraville – weekly on Thursday nights. Level 1 (beginner) class at 7pm. For more info and booking links, CLICK HERE

Please read all the information about your chosen class venue, and select your tickets with care.


Above all, remember the number one CovidSafe Rule:
DO NOT come to class if you are unwell, if experiencing any Covid symptoms, if you have been in contact with a positive Covid case or have recently been at an identified exposure site. If a pre-booking has been made, Swing Patrol will provide a full refund. If a Teacher is unable to come to class, and a substitute teacher cannot be found, the class may be run with a solo teacher or cancelled at short notice. Students will be contacted via booking information and via social media to advise of class cancellation. Pre-bookings will be refunded if Swing Patrol cancels a class. To repeat, DO NOT come to class if you are unwell. The days of going dancing with a sore throat or “just a bit of a cold” are over.  If you experience any symptoms, get tested and isolate.