Learn to Ice Skate
Fun and foundations for ice skating for kids of all ages!
This Learn to Skate session will have children on the ice for ONE HOUR, which includes roughly half an hour of tuition, and half an hour to practice freshly acquired skills in a free skate. The Lessons are run in groups of up to 10 skaters, but individuals will progress through the groups at their own rate.
With correct instruction and support, many children quickly gain confidence and enjoy their ice skating experience.
Often challenging, but as skills are developed and children become more comfortable on the ice, they often discover a sense of achievement.
By choosing experiences over new toys or games more often as a kids gift or treat, you are contributing to a sustainable future by reducing plastic consumption and waste. Impacts of choosing experiences for kids and families extend threefold – Healthy Planet. Supporting Local. Active Kids.
Your Learn to Skate session includes:
- Skate hire
- Beginners lesson of skating with maximum 10 skaters
- Free skating time
- Astro’s Learn to Skate Certificate
- Complimentary use of skating aides and helmets
- Adult Zone: Spectators do not have to pay to enter Planet Chill, you only pay if you are skating.
- Car Parking: Available onsite at Paradise Resort, $20 per day. Alternatively consider public transport or Secure Parking at Chevron Renaissance.
- What to wear: Long pants are recommended. You may like to also bring along a jumper. Socks are also required and must be worn with the skates. The smallest skates are a Junior size 12. For sizes smaller we do have a special strap on training skate that have 2 blades and are great for balance. Closed in shoes must be worn with the strap on skates otherwise entry on to the ice will not be permitted.
Guidelines, Cancellation, Terms
Helmets must be worn by all skaters to prevent head injury. Helmets are supplied free of charge. By entering the ice-rink without a helmet, skaters and parents/guardians of skaters using the ice rink, acknowledge that there is a risk of injury in ice skating, and by entering the ice rink area you freely accept that risk and liability for any injury sustained as a result of skating here or being in or around the ice rink.