A huge all-weather ice skating rink is coming to Pittwater RSL from July 9 to 17. Hit the ice at this all-ages ice skating rink these school holidays and warm up with a drink or a bite to eat afterwards at the club. The rink is open from 10am to 6.45pm and a 45-minute session will set you back $20 for adults, $15 for kids, or $18 for a child 4 years or under with a parent. You can use a Dine and Discover voucher if you book in-person, or grab tickets online and find out more here.
Practice lacing your skates, because a cold breeze is brewing and requests to dress up as characters from Frozen on Sydney’s ice rinks are on the rise. Some of our favourite icy pop-ups are back in town after taking a hiatus last winter, and permanent rinks have also frosted back up for eager skaters.
Make sure you check-in and double-check the rink's current rules before racing on down in your bedazzled unitard. That said, there's icy fun in Sydney for the whole family to practice their ice skating twirls, double axels and graceful tumbles.
After you've slipped off your skates, you can warm up at one of Sydney's best pubs with a fireplace.