What is All Star Cheerleading?

All Star Cheerleading is one of the fastest growing sports in Australia. All Star Cheerleading. It is a fast paced, dynamic sport that encompasses stunt, tumbling, tosses and dance. The skills are combined and choreographed into a two and a half minute routine. These routines are judged against other cheerleading teams, based on their level of difficulty, precision, creativity and entertainment value.

There are seven levels in cheerleading that increase in difficulty, within these levels there are numerous age categories to ensure the athletes are placed on teams that are suitable to their development. 

Cheerleading gives athletes opportunities to develop; not just physically, but mentally and emotionally too. Given the team building nature of the sport, it’s also a fantastic team environment which athletes thrive in. Currently in Australia, there are over 40,000 athletes attending competitions annually.


Stunting is one of the main aspects of cheerleading. It involves athletes, known as bases, lifting a flyer in the air to perform aerial skills of varying difficulty. Stunting is used in multiple sections of the routine including the pyramid.


Tumbling is an individual aspect of cheerleading. It involves the athlete completing acrobatic and flipping skills. This is done in the routines in time with other athletes or individually.

Dance & Performance 

Aspects of dance are found throughout the cheerleading routine. Choreography and performance play a vital role in the overall composition of a routine. There is a dedicated dance section where athletes can showcase strong motions, creative choreography and personality.