What is a Dance-O-Mat? - Mortlake Victoria

What is a Dance-O-Mat? - Mortlake Victoria

Mortlake park featuring the dance-o-mat and skate park


Introducing the Dance o Mat, a one-of-a-kind experience that will make you groove like never before. Whether you're a seasoned dancer or have two left feet, the Dance o Mat welcomes everyone to join in the fun.

Mortlake Victoria may not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of dance parties, but that's exactly what makes it so special. The Dance o Mat brings a touch of whimsy and unexpected delight to this charming town. It's a reminder that joy can be found in the most unlikely of places.


A Community-Building Experience

The Dance-O-Mat is more than just a fun activity; it's a catalyst for connection and community. As people gather around the Dance o Mat, strangers become friends, and laughter fills the air.  

A fantastic community initiaive this unique public installation in the local park in Mortlake SW Victoria.

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So what is it?

It's a blue-tooth enabled public disco in the park ofcourse. SImply insert a couple of gold coins into the slot and it will enable the speaker system allowing users to connect their phone and their favourite playlist to the huge speakers looming over the dancefloor.

So, what are you waiting for? Grab your dancing shoes, bring your friends, and get ready to boogie down on the Dance o Mat. It's time to dance like nobody's watching!

Mortlake Victoria Dance O Mat

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