Chance to skate by sea at pop-up roller rink in Hillarys


Vaughan Pilkington and Alex Dafel show how it’s done.
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Vaughan Pilkington and Alex Dafel show how it’s done.
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Kane Doyle. Picture: Bruce Hunt
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Lily Verheyden, Lily Topping and Paige Verheyden. Picture: Bruce Hunt
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Lily Verheyden, Lily Topping and Paige Verheyden. Picture: Bruce Hunt
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Lily Verheyden, Lily Topping and Paige Verheyden. Picture: Bruce Hunt
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Urban Roller Club. Picture: Bruce Hunt
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Vaughan Pilkington and Alex Dafel show how it’s done. Picture: Bruce Hunt www.communitypix.com.au d463689 Vaughan Pilkington and Alex Dafel show how it’s done. Picture: Bruce Hunt www.communitypix.com.au d463689 Kane Doyle. Picture: Bruce Hunt www.communitypix.com.au d463689 Lily Verheyden, Lily Topping and Paige Verheyden. Picture: Bruce Hunt www.communitypix.com.au d463689 Lily Verheyden, Lily Topping and Paige Verheyden. Picture: Bruce Hunt www.communitypix.com.au d463689 Lily Verheyden, Lily Topping and Paige Verheyden. Picture: Bruce Hunt www.communitypix.com.au d463689 Urban Roller Club. Picture: Bruce Hunt www.communitypix.com.au d463689

PEOPLE can skate by the sea this summer at a pop-up roller rink in Hillarys.

The Urban Roller Club has opened at the Sorrento Quay Boardwalk amphitheatre, where it will stay until February 5.

The rink featured at Elizabeth Quay last summer and is run by The Event Agency, which co-ordinated the Frostival Australia outdoor ice skating event.

Managing director Nikki Graski encouraged people of all ages to take part in one of the skating sessions.

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“Skating truly is something everyone can try and my most favourite part of our rink earlier this year was seeing parents giving their kids a run for their money, drawing in on those moves from the ’70s and ’80s,” she said.

Sessions run daily from 9.30am to 10.30pm and online tickets cost $12 for children under four and $20 for everyone else, plus booking fees.