We look forward to welcoming you back to Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink.  Please see below our requirements for entry to the rink.



From 11th October, the rink will only be open to the following:

  • People 16 years and over who are fully vaccinated, or
  • Children under 16 years (regardless of vaccination status)

You will need to show proof that you’re vaccinated (or proof of age if unvaccinated and under 16) every time you come to the rink as well as signing in with the Service NSW QR code. 

You can get your proof of vaccination from:

If you are unable to be vaccinated because of a medical contraindication (which means a person should not receive a certain medicine because it may be harmful to them), you will need to get a medical exemption form signed by your doctor and carry it with you.



Masks are mandatory at all times whilst in the rink. You may remove your mask only when completing strenuous physical activity. They will still need to be worn whilst warming up and putting skates on or off.  People under 12 years and under are exempt from wearing masks indoors. Staff will be enforcing this whilst you are in the rink.


Our public sessions are being set up on our ticketing site and will be available to book into from Friday 8th October. Skate school classes will recommence on Monday 18th October.  Information is available here




We thank you for your continued support of Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink.