The Ice Skating Club of NSW Co-Operative Ltd trading as Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink, is a not for profit entity which returns our income back into the operation of our ice rink. We are well known as the friendliest, best value rink in town.
At Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink, we proudly boast that we have great ice, the most successful Skate School and the best coaches around.
Our website has useful information on Skating Classes, Birthday Parties, our in house clubs and rink activities throughout the year, so please feel free to browse around.
So if you would like to try the great sport of Ice Skating, get your skates on and get down here and support the icon that is Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink.
The Ice Skating Club of NSW Co-Operative Ltd trading as Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink, is a not for profit entity which returns our income back into the operation of our ice rink. We are well known as the friendliest, best value rink in town – actively promoting fitness and ice sports to the local community and surrounding areas.
Given we are not for profit, we rely on our skating community to help and support our co-operative. As a community, we work towards the on-going improvement of our facilities and programs while keeping costs affordable to our patrons. The Ice Skating Club of NSW Co-operative Ltd is governed by a board of 7 volunteer Directors, and currently has over 100 members. Historically, our rink was established in 1971 (after the closure of the Burwood Glaciarium) by volunteer skaters, coaches, businessmen and tradespeople who believed they could pool resources together to rebuild an old ice skating rink at Canterbury - and they did!
If you feel you would like to be a part of our rink community and actively contribute to the ISCNSW with your support, please complete the membership form below. Upon approval, you will be contacted with payment details.
For information our current membership fees are as follows:
(includes 4 session passes valued at up to $100)
Upgrades to our facilities, including replacement of our ageing ice refrigeration plant with an environrnentally friendly and energy efficient plant, are proudly funded by the NSW Government and the Ice Skating Club of New South Wales Co-operative Ltd as part of the Greater Sydney Sports Facility Fund grant program.