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Public Session Times

Public Skating

Please note: No food or drink can be brought into the ice arena.

 

Entry Prices for Saturday Night Disco Sessions

  Plastic Skates Premium Skates
Disco $15  18

*Primary and High school only. High school students must show current school ID.
 

Obtaining skates and equipment

The ice arena makes skates available to all groups. Skaters need to ensure that they use the correct size skates. Helmets and other safety equipment are also available at 'skate hire'. We recommend that beginner skaters make use of the safety equipment available.
 

Participation in skating

Visitors should inspect the condition of the ice to ensure that it is safe to skate. If there are any holes in the ice, staff should be immediately notified and the area isolated. Skaters should be aware of the other users of the ice. Speed should be kept to a minimum with skates kept below knee level with one foot on the ice at all times. No spins or jumps are permitted.

All participants are required to behave in a sensible controlled manner ie not pulling or pushing each other, not throwing objects at each other (eg snow), not leaving objects on the ice surface, not taking any food or drink onto the ice surface, not skating opposite the general flow, not sitting on the barrier and not engaging in games of tag or chasings. All skaters need to skate at a speed which is safe and appropriate for their level of competence. Skaters should not engage in abusive, abrasive or disorderly conduct. Skaters should cooperate with ice rink staff and follow their direction when given.
 

General assumption of risk

The activities and amenities provided in this complex have a certain amount of risk attached. By entering this centre, patrons, visitors and their guardians accept that there is a degree of risk and release the Sydney Ice Arena and their staff from any responsibility, cost or legal liability associated with any injuries or damages which may result from using the amenities, participating in any activity, or through the actions of others within the centre.