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Please note, due to inclement weather, the Bondi Festival Ice Rink is currently closed. If you have tickets for the affected sessions, you will be contacted directly by our Box Office team. Click here for more info.

Nothing says winter in Sydney like taking the family for a skate on the world-famous Bondi Festival Ice Rink.

We have ice skates of all sizes and push-along penguins for the little ones, so shimmy into some skates and glide across the ice (or shuffle if you’re a first-timer) – all whilst enjoying the best view in town. The Bondi ice rink is open to everyone, every day of the Festival.

Please note, the Bondi Festival Ice Rink is outdoors and designed to proceed in all weather conditions, rain or shine. In the event of a rain forecast, please assume your skating is going ahead. Click here for more info.

Times:

10am – 9pm daily (last session 8pm)

Prices:

Ages 15+ $25
Ages 5 – 14  $20
Ages 4 & under $15
Family Ticket (2 adults 2 kids or 1 adult 3 kids) $75
Penguin Hire $8
Group Booking (10+) $20

All prices include skate hire.

Waverley residents receive a 10% discount when booking at the on-site box office during the Festival. A valid ID with proof of residence must be shown to redeem the discount.

Accessibility Info:
  • Click here for more information about accessibility at the Bondi Festival Ice Rink.
  • Click here for more information about accessibility at Bondi Festival.
Presented by:

Stars on Ice

! All skaters will be required to complete a waiver before going on the rink. Please check the ticketing terms and conditions for more info.

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Time: Various Times

Duration: 45 mins

Dates: All Festival Dates

Price: $15 - 25

Venue: Bondi Festival Ice Rink

Address: Bondi Beach NSW

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