Enjoy a fun, relaxed social time with others whilst learning new skating skills.

Our coffee club classes for adults include a 45min lesson and 45min of practice time, as well as a $2 hot beverage (coffee, tea, hot chocolate) from our cafe.

Beginner to advanced learn to skate classes and ice hockey are offered during this time.  You may register for the term or come casually if you cannot make it each week.






How to Book

Coffee Club Registrations for Term 3, 2022 open on 30th June.

Make sure you register now to secure your spot.  

This can be done either in person or over the phone (9789 4044). Payment must be made upon registering. The rink has adopted a cashless environment, so all payments including in the canteen will be with card only.  

Our registration form for new skaters can be found here.

For renewing skaters already in Skate School please click here to download registration form.

If you are just coming casually to Coffee Club you will need to fill out a casual registration form (on your first visit).

If you have any questions please call us on 9789 4044 or email

Term 3 Class Timetable



18th July - 17th September


Lesson Day Start Time Finish Time


10:30am 12:00pm


10:30am 12:00pm



Coffee Club - Price for Term 3, 2022

9 weeks: 18th July - 17th September




1 x 45min class with 45min of practice time at designated time each week

Free skate hire


Want to come twice a week? An additional class can be purchased at the discounted rate of $127 per class per term.  (If you come on Tuesdays and Thursday each week cost for both classes for the term would be $318 total). Please note if you register for both days then no make up classes will be available.



Skaters may come to coffee club classes on a casual basis. Rates are per session - 

Coffee Club: $25

Terms and Conditions


  • We reserve the right to make class changes as deemed necessary including combining classes where there are low numbers. Class times may change term to term depending on demand.
  • All payments are non-refundable. If the service or equivalent cannot be provided by the rink as a result of a governmental order the customer would have the option to have the services supplied at a later time or obtain a credit that could be used for other services at the rink, including public sessions, birthday parties or future skate school registrations. All issues regarding payments should be addressed to the Manager.
  • Registrations will be accepted up to the third week of the term, subject to availability. 
  • Make up lessons: We offer up to a maximum of 2 make-up classes per term for all Learn to Skate and Learn to Figure Skate classes ($255).   Missed classes are made up by attending an alternative class on another day/time and must be taken during the term in which they are missed.  Any booked make up classes that are missed without prior notification will result in this class being forfeited. Any unused lessons will be forfeited for that term.  Additional classes are not eligible for make-up classes.  Ice sports skills classes may have an option for a make-up class subject to availability.  All make up class requests must be emailed through to will be confirmed by a return email. We will do our best to accommodate all make up requests, but these are subject to availability.
  • All patrons skate at their own risk. There is a certain amount of risk attached with the activities provided and by participating you will release the rink from any responsibility or legal liability associated with participating in the activity or actions of other patron’s present.
  • The rink provides helmets, knee and elbow pads for use during Skate School activities. Helmets are mandatory for all Tiny Tots, Basic, Playgroup, Speed and Hockey classes and recommended for all other classes. Please see skate hire staff for assistance.
  • Patrons must be appropriately clothed for a public place and must wear enclosed shoes into the venue and skates on the ice. Patrons with bare feet will not be permitted entry.
  • Outside food and drinks cannot be taken inside COIR (unless prior approval is sought with management).
  • COIR is an unlicensed venue, and as such, the consumption of alcohol is not permitted.
  • Patrons wishing to bring personal items into the rink do so at their own risk.  Lockers are available for hire inside the rink. COIR will not be held responsible for any damage, loss, or theft of a patron’s personal property.
  • Published session times and prices may be subject to change without notice.
  • Adults are responsible for minors under their supervision. Minors aged 12 and under must be supervised by a responsible adult at all times whilst on COIR premises.


  •  During this time remember that we can all contribute to creating a COVID-safe environment by doing the following:
    • Maintain 1.5m distancing wherever possible.
    • Practice good hygiene (wash/sanitise hands thoroughly and often)
    • Stay home if unwell and seek medical advice
    • Follow all current health guidelines as set out by Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink