Skating at Cathedral Square

Things to do, Ice skating
People on the ice rink outside Cathedral Square.
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Ice skate in the CBD at St Mary’s Cathedral this winter

For three weeks over June and July, you’ll be able to ice skate every day – and late into the night – at an open-air ice rink at the forecourt of St Mary’s Cathedral. During the day you'll skate under the Sydney winter sunshine, but the evenings will be illuminated with a colourful glow. You’ll be able to warm up with a hot chocolate or savoury snack from one of the food vendors throughout your skating session.

There's more beyond the rink, with ice slides – which sounds dangerously fun – jumping castles and music. Nervous skaters; ask for a ‘Kanga’ – it’s a push-along aid to help with balance and totally acceptable for grown-ups who want to save their knees (and their pride). Wheelchair-users; the rink is fully accessible. Dog owners; bring 'em (just not on the ice itself). Tickets are available at the gate but buying online saves you a couple of bucks.


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