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Harcourts outdoor ice rink returns to Rotorua

The 100% Real Ice rink opens on the 12th of April at the Village Green

Rotorua’s Village Green is about to have an icy make-over with the hugely popular Harcourts Outdoor Ice Rink returning.

The 30m x 15 m Harcourts Outdoor Ice Rink brings icy excitement to the centre of Rotorua for a month in time for the school holidays.

The Harcourts Outdoor Ice Rink opens on the 12th of April at 7pm and then will be open from 10am to 10pm daily. It is mostly covered so skaters can enjoy in any weather.

The Harcourts Outdoor Ice Rink, owned and operated by Paradice Ice Skating, offers a fun-filled programme of special events and themed weekends including a DJ on Ice every Friday night and Student Skate Nights. Special deals will be available for local residents and groups.

The Harcourts Outdoor Ice Rink will open on Thursday the 12th of April at 7pm and close on Sunday the 13th of May.


Opening Hours
Harcourts Outdoor Ice Rink
Thursday 12th of April (7pm) – Sunday 13th of May
Daily 10am – 10pm

Admission is $20 for adults and $15 for children (12 and under) for 90 minutes including skate hire. Tickets available inside.

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