The heart of the Gosford CBD is set to transform into a winter wonderland these July school holidays when Winter in the Park returns.
From July 6, Kibble Park will be transformed into a mecca of winter themed, family friendly activities and entertainment courtesy of Central Coast Council, with an igloo village, ice carvings and ice sculptures just some of the wintery fun on this year’s program.
“This year’s Winter in the Park will inspire even the most determined hibernators to get out and about and enjoy the fun,” said Council’s Unit Manager, Community Partnerships, Glenn Cannard.
“The live ice carving display by international ice sculptor, Kenji Ogawa, will amaze, and the kids will love exploring the igloo village, which is also a fantastic spot to capture some fun photos,” he said.
Mayor Jane Smith said Council invited locals and visitors to head to Gosford this July school holidays and experience the fun on offer.
“Community members often tell me how much they value this type of Council event, with a focus on family entertainment, creating memories, building a stronger community and supporting our local businesses,” Mayor Smith said.
“Winter in the Park brings families together for a whole lot of fun in a month when it can be tempting to stay inside.
“Who wants to stay indoors when you can explore an igloo village and watch an Ice Age show,” she said.
Winter in the Park will run from July 6-20, starting from 10am each day.
Disability parking is available to visitors at Eliza St carpark.
Media release, Jun 3
Central Coast Council Media