Spin Circus creates inclusive events, workshops & retreats that allow its participants to share, collaborate and grow their love for circus, fire performance and acrobatics.


Upcoming Events

IPAC in Singapore from September 13 - 16, 2019
Join Gravity & Other Myths for 4 full days of training in beautiful Singapore!
GOM is known for their creativity and exploration in contemporary acrobatics, particularly toss and columns. Over these 4 days you will learn techniques in toss, hand to hand, handstands, columns and risley.
Find out more →


“So much energy and passion crammed into 4 days!”



APAC & Spin Circus Festival 2020

Our two main events are The Australian Partner Acrobatics Convention and Spin Circus Festival. Both events are held in early Janurary each year and run back to back for a total of 10 days. Both events are held at an amazing bush-land location about an hour out of Melbourne, Australia.
Learn more about APAC →
Learn more about Spinfest →

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Spin Training Course

In 2020 we planning to partner with the South Australian Circus Centre (Cirkidz) to run a 4 week circus training course during Adelaide Fringe! Train during the day and see shows at night, at the second biggest open access arts festival in the world!
Click here to find out more & submit your expression of interest →


“In all seriousness, I was beyond impressed with the level of skill showcased here - I’m bruised and battered and full of new knowledge and inspiration!”

-Jenny @Circlecirque’


Spin Bali Retreat

The Spin Bali Retreat is a friendly, inclusive and community-focused event held in Ubud, Bali Indonesia. Our retreat allows its participants to share and grow their yoga, partner acrobratics and handstand practise in a safe, supportive environment.
Learn more about The Spin Bali Retreat →


“I just want to say thank you to everyone for the festival. It was honestly the best experience of my life and I will definitely be back next year! I learnt so much and gained lots of new skills and friendships along the way”

-Charlie Meath