SARAH Armour, 17, has criss-crossed the globe pursuing her love for dance.
The year 11 student at Ringwood's Tintern School competes in traditional Scottish Highland dancing and has just returned from a performance in Scotland for more than 200,000 people.
Sarah travelled with 25 Australians who were hand-picked to train and then perform for three weeks at the famed Military Tattoo extravaganza.
This year's event, held under the bright lights of Edinburgh Castle, was staged in honour of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The Military Tattoo is held annually in Edinburgh and televised around the world to an audience of more than 100 million.
Sarah, who was introduced to the sport by her mother, described the Scottish experience as "amazing".
"I spent the whole time with the group rehearsing and practising for the show," she said. "The dance was a mix between contemporary dance and Scottish Highland dancing."
For Sarah, this isn't the first time she has travelled to dance — she's flown to Sydney, Canada and Switzerland to perform.
Scottish highland dancing events are held worldwide and while Sarah is keen to continue dancing, she isn't sure where she would like to travel to next. "I'd like to go somewhere I haven't been before, somewhere new."