This year’s “Snow Week” will be bigger than ever before, after two years of cancelled events due to the pandemic, Mr Monaghan said.
“We have done the snow festival every year from 2015 to 2019 and took a break because of Covid,” he said, “Every year we’ve tried to go bigger and better with snow week than the year before.”
“With a lot of people now working from home, it’s a really nice way to encourage people to get outdoors and have fun, whether with family, colleagues or friends.”
Children over the age of three are welcome to Ice Skate FREE in North Sydney this July.
The festival, being held in partnership with North Sydney Council and Greenwood Plaza, is offering FREE skating, with learn-to-skate coaches, live music and flame-throwing figure skating performances.
There is no need to make a booking, Mr Monaghan said.
“The giant ice rink will be in the courtyard. It’s going to be 20 meters long and eight meters wide,” he said.
“We’re bringing in 100 tonnes of real snow, which will be a nice fun element for the kids, especially those that haven’t been able to travel to the snow the past few years.”