Sydney Winter Festival 2010 – CBD and Bondi

April 22nd, 2010


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The Alpine Winter Festival Sydney 2010 –  ice skating rink in Sydney and Bondi  plus  food and beverages from 20 countries, chalet hospitality, petting zoo.

  • What’s on at the Sydney Winter Festival for Bondi Beach, Sydney – 16 July – 25 July 2010.

Alpine Winter Festival in Sydney – ice skating, food, wine, drinks from 20 countries

The Sydney  Winter Festival was a  huge success in 2009  and an estimated 400,000 people are expected to hit the ice this year in Sydney CBD, Bondi and Melbourne.

All your favorite winter activities set in a winter wonderland at Australia’s most iconic locations. Get your skates on and check out the  activities:
• An open air 600sqm ice skating rink (4 x bigger than last year)
• International cuisine and beverages from more than 20 countries
• Traditional Alpine/Mountain Log Chalet Hospitality areas
• Stylish bars
• Petting zoo

Cook + Phillip Park in Sydney, against the stunning backdrop of St Mary’s Cathedral, the Alpine Winter Festival then makes it’s way for the first time to Australia’s iconic Bondi Beach for Bondi Winter Magic, before opening up a winter wonderland at Federation Square, Melbourne!

• Cook + Phillip Park, Sydney – 24 June – 4 July 2010.
Bondi Beach, Sydney – 16 July – 25 July 2010.

The world’s only beach based outdoor 600m square Ice Rink, an authentic Alpine Ski Hut for festival goers to experience Apres Ski vibe: the unique feeling after getting of the piste and enjoying delicious treats from alpine regions.

The St Moritz VIP Winter Bar, Alpine Food Market with winter delicacies from alpine regions across the globe (eg, orginal Bratwurst, Gluhwein, Swedish Meat Balls and Canadian Poutine).

Entry to the event is free of charge. Tickets for the Bondi Winter Magic Ice Rink and Winter Festival Packages

Federation Square, Melbourne  3 Aug – 10 Aug 2010

Entry to the Festival is free. Skating costs $17 for adults/$10 for kids which includes a one hour skating session and general admission; plus $5 for ice skate rental. Last year’s skating sessions sold out in less than 48 hours so get in quick!

How: To be a part of the coolest (pun intended) festival around this Winter get onto or head to to be part of the excitement!

Opening hours weekly: 10am – 10pm/11pm
Opening hours weekend: 8am – 10pm/11pm

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