Dancefloor (3.45mm) is the ideal solution for dance studios thanks to its specific finish that assures confident footing while providing comfort to dancers. Its specific coating offers excellent grip, low risk of injury and increased performance for professional and amateur classical ballet dancers.

Dancefloor (3.45mm) construction is engineered to provide shock absorption and elasticity, reducing tension on the dancers‘ muscles and tendons.

Dancefloor (3.45mm) has been used by Australian Ballet since 1981 and by Montreal Ballet Academy since 2018. These international ballets embody the guarantee of Tarkett Sports’ quality by relying on Dancefloor.


Tarkett’s Dancefloor has been the preferred dance surface of the Australian Ballet for nearly 4 decades. The partnership began in 1974 when Production Director Bill Akers was tasked by the American Choreographer Glen Tetley to improve the Marley floor used by the Australian Ballet, which was strongly affected by humidity conditions. After collaborating with Tarkett, the worldwide leader in resilient vinyl surfaces, Dancefloor was created to meet performance needs as well as the practical requirements of the studio. The floor continues to be the preferred surface of the Australian Ballet and can be found in most major arts centers in Australia, including the Sydney Opera House