Ice Skating Clubs in New South Wales

Clubs Listed : 6

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Central Coast Figure Skating Club —- Visited: 29 Times


    Listing id: 14211

    The Central Coast Figure Skating Club was established in 2004 to support and encourage all disciplines of figure skating, and to foster good sportsmanship and fellowship in our members. Located at Erina Ice Arena, a world class Olympic size ice rink, based in the Hive at Erina Fair Shopping Center.

  • Hunter Ice Skating Club —- Visited: 37 Times

    Warners Bay

    Listing id: 14214

    Hunter Ice Skating Club’s mission is to promote excellence in Figure Skating in the Hunter Region, through supporting and encouraging our members in their pursuits.

  • Liverpool Catholic Club Figure and Synchronised Skaters —- Visited: 49 Times


    Listing id: 14218

    Our club aims to promote the wonderful sport of ice skating throughout the South Western Sydney region and to encourage our members to enjoy themselves whilst pursuing their skating dreams.

  • Macquarie Ice Skating Club —- Visited: 69 Times


    Listing id: 14219

    Our club is based at the Macquarie Ice Rink, inside the Macquarie Shopping Centre, North Ryde, Sydney, NSW, Australia. We currently boast one 2006 Olympian, Joanne Carter, and several National Champions and International Skaters amongst our members. We are well represented at Australian Figure Skating Championships by individual skaters, pairs and synchronised teams.

  • Penrith Valley Figure Skating Club —- Visited: 31 Times


    Listing id: 14221

    We are a young figure skating club based at Penrith Ice Palace in Jamisontown. If you are interested in joining a club and continuing your figure skating as a sport then we hope that this website will come in handy in making your choice.

  • Sydney Figure Skating Club —- Visited: 74 Times


    Listing id: 14222

    The Sydney Figure Skating Club is Australia’s oldest surviving figure skating club. It was conceived in 1961 at the Bondi Junction Ice Rink in Spring Street Bondi Junction, and this is quite possibly where the club chose its distinctive colours of blue, white and red. The Bondi Junction rink stood on the same site as the current home of the Roosters Club “Easts”. Called at that time the Bondi Junction Ice Dance and Figure Skating Club, the Club changed its name to the Sydney Figure Skating Club when it moved to the newly opened Burwood Glaciarium in 1964.