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Iceworld Acacia Ridge

1179 Beaudesert Road, Acacia Ridge QLD 4110

Iceworld™ Olympic Ice Rinks have been part of the Brisbane landscape for over 30 years, providing exclusive access to Olympic size ice rinks on the north and south side of Brisbane. Whether you're a beginner or an expert Iceworld™ will soon be your favourite entertainment venue.

As you enter the rink, you'll escape the intense Queensland heat and instantly feel refreshed and revitalized. The music will excite you, the lights will dazzle you, the skating will surprise you and most importantly you'll be as cool as ice!
Both rinks have a fully stocked skate shop…so no need to panic if you forget your socks or gloves! Better still, both rinks have a cosy coffee shop so if you're beginning to feel the cold, you can enjoy a hot drink, whilst you sit back, relax and view all the fast-paced action on the ice! 

Prices

School Holidays / Public Holidays & Sunday Session
Adults - $19.00 (includes skate hire)
Child - $17.00 (includes skate hire)
Under 5 - $11.00 (includes skate hire)

Public Session Monday to Saturday
Adults - $17.00 (includes skate hire)
Child - $15.00 (includes skate hire)
Under 5 - $11.00 (includes skate hire)

CHEAP SKATE TUESDAY  ( Night Only ) 
$12.00 (includes skate hire) 

Iceworld Boondall Logo and Images

Iceworld Boondall

2304 Sandgate Road, Boondall QLD 4034

Iceworld™ Olympic Ice Rinks have been part of the Brisbane landscape for over 30 years, providing exclusive access to Olympic size ice rinks on the north and south side of Brisbane. Whether you're a beginner or an expert Iceworld™ will soon be your favourite entertainment venue.

As you enter the rink, you'll escape the intense Queensland heat and instantly feel refreshed and revitalized. The music will excite you, the lights will dazzle you, the skating will surprise you and most importantly you'll be as cool as ice!
Both rinks have a fully stocked skate shop…so no need to panic if you forget your socks or gloves! Better still, both rinks have a cosy coffee shop so if you're beginning to feel the cold, you can enjoy a hot drink, whilst you sit back, relax and view all the fast-paced action on the ice! 

Prices

School Holidays / Public Holidays & Sunday Session
Adults - $19.00 (includes skate hire)
Child - $17.00 (includes skate hire)
Under 5 - $11.00 (includes skate hire)

Public Session Monday to Saturday
Adults - $17.00 (includes skate hire)
Child - $15.00 (includes skate hire)
Under 5 - $11.00 (includes skate hire)

CHEAP SKATE TUESDAY  ( Night Only ) 
$12.00 (includes skate hire) 

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Gold Coast Iceland

15 Strathaird Road, Bundall QLD 4217

Burley Ice Rinks was founded by Pat Burley in 1964, and has since built ice rinks around the world. Pat Burley first began creating ice floors for the American company Ice Capades, which toured all Cities of Australia during 1964 and 65.

He installed his first public ice skating rink in Albury, NSW in 1965. His next ice rink was installed in Moorabin, Melbourne in 1966. Then in 1970 Ringwood, Melbourne, Pat Burley constructed the first purpose-built ice skating rink in Australia; Subsequently in 1980 He opened another public ice rink in Footsgray, Melbourne. Pat then went on to purchase the Dandenong ice skating rink Melbourne. In 1983 he converted a Wool Store in Ballerat, Victoria to a full-size ice skating rink. He also operated the famous Prince Alfred Park ice skating rink in Sydney for 11 years, along with the Prince Alfred Park swimming pool.

Up until 2008, Burley Ice Rinks has constructed temporary ice rinks around the world, for companies such as Moscow Circus, Disney on Ice and exclusively The Torvil and Dean Show.In recent years Burley Ice Rinks has had ice rinks in Southbank, Melbourne and Fox Studios Sydney.

In 2008, Mr Pat Burley along with wife Nancy Burley, and daughters Sharon and Robyn, were inducted in the Ice Skating Hall of Fame.

in 1996 Pat Burley along with Son-in-law Grahame Sullivan and daughter Sharon Burley-Sullivan constructed Iceland Bundall here on the Gold Coast, and now 18 years later the rink has had a massive refurbishment, with the latest ice floor technology.

This is just a snippet of the long and established career of Burley Ice Rinks. Today the family-owned company lives on through Pat Burley's Children and Grand-Children.