FAQ'S

  • Are there any tips to get started with skating?
    Skating can be tricky at first, but here are a few pointers to get you feeling confident on the rink! Don't look down when skating. Don't lean backwards when skating. Keep your knees slightly bent and your weight forward. To stop, bend your knees, turn the toes of each foot inwards and point your heels out. This will slow you down and bring you to a stop.
  • What not to Bring
    • Skateboards
    • Alcohol
    • Chewing Gum
  • What to Bring
    • Socks
    • Comfortable Clothing
    • Your own skates/scooter (optional)
  • Will there be music playing whilst I am skating / scooting?
    Yes, there will be! We play popular music during all session times on our sound system.
  • What should I wear?
    To make your visit as enjoyable as possible, we advise that you wear comfortable clothing, such as trousers or tracksuit bottoms and you must bring socks with you (if skating).
  • Are wheelchairs allowed on the skating rink?
    Yes, although every wheelchair user must be accompanied by his/her own assistant. Wheelchairs are simply pushed carefully around the outside of the skating rink. The assistant does not need to wear skates (although you are more than welcome to if you are comfortable enough to do so).
  • What payment methods do you accept?
    We accept all major Eftpos and credit cards with a minimum transaction of $10. We do not currently accept AMEX and Diners Club. You can also make any payment by cash.
  • I haven’t booked a birthday party, but can I still bring a cake?
    We are sorry; in order to bring your own cake you must book a birthday party as we do not allow self-catered birthday parties.
  • Do you allow self-catering?
    We do not allow self-catering or outside food to be bought into the stadium. Personal items such as water bottles and alike are fine. We have a fully stocked café available for your convenience.
  • Do you charge admission for parents bringing their children?
    Not at all, parents are welcome to come in and watch their children at no charge. If you decide to skate/scooter then regular admission and hire fees apply.
  • Do you have to book?
    No, you do not need to book. You are welcome anytime during our scheduled casual session times and you can stay as long as you like!
  • Are you open every day?
    We are NOT open to the public every day. We are open during set time periods, called “casual session times”. We are only open to the public during these time periods. There is no discount for arriving partway through a session, nor can you stay beyond the scheduled end time.
  • Who can Skate/Scooter?
    • Singles
    • Couples
    • Seniors
    • Families
    • Kids
    • Those in wheelchairs
    • Corporate groups