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School holiday activities

28 Jun 2011

By Courtney West

If you’re looking for the perfect place for a whole family outing these school holidays, then look no further than Waterfront City.

With the Medibank Icehouse offering free demonstrations from professional skaters, theme parks open for children and blockbuster ice hockey matches on at the Icehouse, Waterfront City has really opened up to the public and invited them in.

The Icehouse is open from 9am every day and is offering free daily demonstrations from some of Australia’s top figure skaters and speed skaters. As night falls, the Icehouse becomes illuminated in what is called “Skate ‘n’ Glow” evening sessions.  Tickets for children aged three to five cost $8, six to 14-year-olds cost $14.50 and concessions cost $17. Skate hire costs  $4.

An animal farm will be operating from July 4 to 15. It will be free of charge and is perfect for kids of all ages.  

The Wonderland Fun Park is open from 11am and has rides such as the dodgem cars and bungee-jumping trampolines. The park’s “Circus Spectacular” will be conducted three times a day.  

On the weekend of Saturday, July 9 the current Australian Ice Hocky League champions, Melbourne Ice, clash with the Canberra Knights at 4.15 pm. Pricing varies from $22.50 for an adult to $10 for a child.

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