1. Julia Wong

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    A great place for anyone of any age to go to. The staff are very friendly and the entry fee and skate hire are pretty low making it student friendly. There’s a car park there and driving to the ice rink is highly recommended over public transport. You’ll be able to spend hours and hours here having lots of fun. They also have ice hockey and ice skating lessons as well as a Friday night disco which is perfect if you’re in the area. Birthday parties and school groups also come here. There’s also a shop inside where they sell food. I really enjoyed the chicken fingers sold here.

  2. Eden Whetham

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    Best ice rink around.Well maintained ice that only goes soft on really hot days (unlike macquarie which is riddled with holes and 1/2 the rink is melted because of the window).Friendly staff who allow you to stay well past the 12:15 time for end of session. Probably due to it being not-for-profit.No ridiculous rules like Macquarie and Baulkham hills, although they will ask you to slow down if there’s a school group there, which is fair enough.Very lucky to have this as my local rink.

  3. Arwen Sutton

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    My daughter did the after school learn to skate classes here for about 3 years, and I wasn’t too embarrassed to join in the classes though she quickly surpassed me and moved on to jumps and spins before I mastered backwards crossovers. The teachers are fantastic and I liked the not-for profit model – although the rink is a bit dingy everybody feels like they are a real part of it.

  4. Jobe Williams

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    Excellent Facility. The Friday disco session is pumping. The sound is boomy in the space but the the tunes are fun. The staff are Friendly accommodating. I started great birthday celebration with my close friends at the rink!

  5. Mike Cubz

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    Love this place it means a lot to me