Dunedin Ice Stadium | Clubs
The Dunedin Ice Stadium is the premier ice sports facility in NZ. A ‘not for profit’ community facility, the Dunedin Ice Stadium operates year round and is open for public skating 6 days a week. It also plays host to numerous national and international events each year and is home to the Dunedin Thunder hockey team.
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Dunedin Clubs


Ice Hockey is not for the faint hearted. You have a stick in your hands and knives on your feet and everyone is after the small rubber disc. Can’t wait to get involved or already addicted?? Then go to the below website to find out how you can get involved!



Figure Skating

Few sports require such a balanced combination of grace, power, and artistry as figure skating does. There are a variety of disciplines so whether you like the idea of taking centre stage in solo skating, or being part of a team in synchronized, or perhaps you prefer the challenge of dance, The Dunedin Ice Skating Club will have something for you! Go to the website below to find out more.



Speed Skating

Do you want the feeling of flying without the fear of falling? There are few methods without the assistance of machines that will allow you to go as fast as speed skating will! It is also one of only two ice sports that NZ has competed in at the Winter Olympics (the other being curling), so if you have a need for speed and want a fix contact us to find out how you can get involved!




Nicknamed “chess on ice” due to the strategy and precision needed in placing stones in just the right spot to ensure victory, curling has survived as a sport from the medieval times in Scotland. It is a low impact game that can be enjoyed by players of all skill levels and is attracting great interest around the world as a social and competitive sport. Curling is also one of only two ice sports that NZ has competed in at the Winter Olympics (the other being speed skating). If you would like to get involved please visit the below website to find out more.