Winter Wonderland returns to the eastern foreshore next month

Tanya Bott and Sune Pretorius and Christian Pretorius enjoy skating at the first Winter Wonderland.
Tanya Bott and Sune Pretorius and Christian Pretorius enjoy skating at the first Winter Wonderland.

MANDURAH’S eastern foreshore will once again come alive in July with the return of Winter Wonderland.

The family friendly winter-themed festival offers ice skating, complete with falling “snow” for a family fun day or night out.

Relax inside Flic’s Kitchen Cabin Bar, with a warm and cosy space for a bite to eat or warming beverage.

If the food and drinks are not enough, keep an eye out for details on themed nights, music, entertainment and more.

A new addition this year will be custom-made fire pits.

The foreshore business community has truly embraced the festival by providing an exciting program of events over 23 days including themed bar nights, carnival rides, arts and crafts markets, nightly venue specials and a winter lounge.

Winter Wonderland is accessible to all including wheelchairs and “wheely friendly” ice skating sessions.

There will be special skates and penguins for tiny tots who require a little more help on the ice and plenty of late night skate sessions for the perfect date or a fun night out.

Tickets are available from ticketbooth.com.au and an early bird ticket offer will grant 10 per cent off the price before Sunday, July 1.

Winter Wonderland runs until July 29.