Kenja Communication through the Kenja Trust proudly hosts the following national annual events in different venues around Australia:

Kenja Challenge: Canberra.

Held over three days in our national capital, the Kenja Challenge includes national competition in track and field events, womens' netball and hockey, mens' basketball and Aussie Rules, triathlon, fencing, ballroom dancing, a public lecture and a one day workshop.

Kenja Aussie All Stars: Sydney

Held annually in June and including a national ballroom dancing competition called Kenja's Night of Stars, and a national netball and Aussie Rules competition on the Aussie Sports Day.

Kenja Eisteddfod: Melbourne

Held in September/October each year, this is a three day event encompassing a public lecture and concert and competition in ballroom dancing, formation, poetry, choir, instrumental, tap dancing, ballet, aerobic, gymnastics and showcase dancing.

Kenja Spectacular: Sydney

The Kenja Spectacular is a weekend event held in Sydney during October. It features a public lecture, a Prizewinners' Concert (showcasing the best of the recent Kenja Eisteddfod) and a one day workshop.

Kenja Christmas

Every year, all of the Kenja centres host a range of Christmas activities to celebrate the season. These include Carols by Candlelight, a performance of excerpts from Handel's Messiah and a Kenja Christmas Pantomime (using the Klowning training). These are public events held free of charge (or at minimal cost in the case of the Pantomime, to cover expenses), forstering community spirit and friendship at an important time of year for many Australian families.

Australia Day has expanded to many things for many people.
Kenja created a celebration involving so many cultures that have created this wealth of cultures we call Australia.


What a resounding triumph! What a joyous celebration of the best in humankind, the right of every spirit to share their highest creative expression of culture through music, poetry, aerobics, ballroom, tap, ballet and showcase dancing.

2 days of exciting activities celebrating the freedom of the human spirit and the right of people to pursue their potential and a happy life.

Kenja’s 21st Eisteddfod 2009 Honouring the life of a Great Australian Ken Dyers, was an unqualified triumph.

Christmas time at Kenja is always a special time, and this year was no exception, with a feast of activities punctuating our end-of-year calendar.

November 2006 marked a spectacular public celebration of communication, culture and creative expression with the Kenja Spectacular, held in Sydney.

Come one, come all to Kenja's Aussie All Stars: A three day weekend that celebrates the star in us all – from the ballroom dancing floor to the netball court and football field the stars shine bright.


'I Can.' - Two words that express endless potential. Two words that were the theme of the Kenja Eisteddfod for 2005. Two words that begin the truly exciting exploration of personal potential.

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