Paradice Ice Skating operates in New Zealand. They were established in 2013, service Auckland Region, and are in the Skating Rinks category. Call them today!
Loads of fun to be had, bruises and all. Not the cheapest family outing, so it pays to keep an eye out for specials otherwise it can get quite costly. We took a packed lunch and drinks to minimise costs, but they do have a cafe onsite that make coffees and hot foods.
Its always good fun coming ice skating. Whether you're a beginner or not, you will always have a good time practicing. Ive been a few times, and in turn, have become better at ice skating and can now skate backwards which is a significant improvement from when I first started. My children are also confident on the ice and have no issues skating without aid. Keep an eye out for vouchers online as they come out quite regularly, and make your trip less expensive.
Great facility to tire your kids out for a few hours. I quite enjoyed ice skating myself too. It does get hot when you are skating, but if you're a spectator, its best to snuggle up with the cosy gears! Flashing lights and competitions keep it interesting, and its not that expensive either (even better when there are online deals for it!)
Been to this rink twice and really enjoyed it each time. However the second time I went it was a special free skate on Black Friday. There were so many people there that there was hardly any room to skate and the ice got so chunky. However it was a great time had by all!
The kids love coming here, they have good music and the staff are really friendly. It can get quite crowded on the weekends but everyone seems to be able to skate around without getting into a tangle. A great family activity.
Public sessions should be longer. Good environment, good music, and they randomly have competitions every now and then when you are there. The disco lights are a hoot, kids enjoy coming here. Price of food in the cafe is also reasonable, not too expensive.
A fun place to go and has a large rink so lots of people can skate on it however I found that after a while it becomes really repetitive and boring. I like how they play music really loudly but the food served here is pretty terrible and the skates really hurt my feet.
I feel like they need to make their public sessions longer, or have a morning one, and an afternoon one. Great fun here though, theres a little cafe on site as well if you want to just let the kids skate while you enjoy a coffee and watch
Happy to see that there are a couple ice rinks in Auckland.
I come here to watch the West Auckland Admirals (Ice Hockey team in the NZIHL).
Not a big arena so any seat is a good seat to catch the action on the ice.
Arena comes with an area to get snacks and drinks.
Bring a jacket or very warm sweater as the arena is quite cold with no heaters directed toward the stands. (Probably the norm for New Zealand...I'm Canadian so I'm used to arenas with heaters).
I haven't gone ice skating here as of yet so I can't review the ice conditions however I come often for ice hockey games and quite enjoy atmosphere (in my jacket).
136 Lansford Crescent Avondale Auckland
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