It’s been quite some time since Frozen first appeared in cinemas across Australia and even after six months it is still hugely popular with children (and adults) of all ages. From Frozen dress ups to Frozen dolls and from Frozen parties to Frozen stationery, lunch boxes and more, kids just love the Winter magic. You may not be able to take them on a trip to Arandelle but you can treat them to a Frozen experience much closer to home these school holidays:
From June 30 until July 13 Medibank Icehouse will be entertaining young Frozen fans with a range of exciting Frozen inspired activities that will have little eye sparkling with delight. Dress up as your favourite Frozen character, put on your ice skates and skate along to the Frozen soundtrack, join the Frozen Karaoke Contest and listen to a special performer singing live on the ice, join the Snowman Building competition and see if you can put Olaf together or win a copy of Frozen on DVD in one of the games, there is plenty of Frozen fun to be had for your little Anna, Elsa or Christof.
And there is more, the Winter Skate Festival has got young and old, beginners and experts covered with a fun filled ice skating program. Take part in a free beginners lesson, learn how to skate backwards, try a spot of ice hockey or watch figure skaters perform and you can even explore the ice at night and enjoy the glow.
Events are on at selected days and times, entry is for the whole day so you can join in multiple activities and make a fabulous day out of it. Entry fees are very family friendly with prices starting at $13 per child (including skate hire) and a family pass (2 adults and 2 children, including skate hire) for $80.
To find out more about Medibank Icehouse, to discover all the exciting programs on offer and to check opening times visit www.icehouse.com.au.