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Robyn Ward celebrates 25 years of teaching line dancing in March 2019.

She was introduced to Line Dancing in 1992 when living in Canberra.  When she moved to the Nambucca Heads in 1994, she began teaching.

Robyn has competed in competitions at Tamworth, Brisbane, Wauchope, Newcastle, Foster and Tenterfield and has achieved a collection of trophies and ribbons.

Her classes consist of all levels, ranging from new beginners, intermediate and go through to advanced.

It doesn't matter if you have never danced before, or if you have experience, Robyn is always willing to teach you at your level.  Her classes have developed to varying levels to enable dancers to blend in when they are giving line dancing a try for the first time.

Line dancers are happy people who enjoy music and just want to enjoy dancing.  They dance to all types of rhythms e.g. cha cha, waltz, samba, two step and night club 2 step.  Line dancing is ever changing with modern music, and more difficult steps are being introduced to the line dancing routines. 

You can join Robyn and the Holiday Coast Bootscooters  at any of her classes which are held in Nambucca Heads, Urunga, Sawtell and Coffs Harbour.  Days and times are listed under the classes category of this website.


Christine Tyson033

Christine Tyson is an assistant teacher to Robyn and has been dancing at Holiday Coast Bootscooters since December 1995.


Her love for the dance has given her the confidence to not only teach but also choreograph dances. Some of her choreography includes: Am I the Only One, Ancient History, Badge and a Gun, Broken Hearts Waltz, Copperhead Road, Don’t Tell Me What to Do, In Between Dances, Let Her Go, A Little Bit Loose, Run to Paradise, Soul Kind of Feeling, Who Stopped the Rain, Who’ll Stop the Rain and Hurts So Good.


“I love the fact that you don’t need a partner to line dance and over the years I have made many good friends. My enthusiasm for the love of dance has never waned” said Christine.