The Chill Fest Winter Festival is taking over Koshigaya Park for 17 whole days of family fun!
From Friday 30 June till Sunday 16 July 2023, come along to Chill Fest for lots of fun winter activities and entertainment for the whole family including amusement rides, an open-aired ice-skating rink, an ice slide, marshmallow toasting, food trucks, Alpine Winter Markets, roving performers and much more.
Entry to the event is FREE - you can wander around the event and take in the Winter Wonderland atmosphere for FREE but rides, ice skating, the ice slide and Igloo dining are at a cost. Online tickets for these attractions are now on sale!
Open every day of the NSW school holidays, Chill Fest features a dazzling array of activities and entertainment for all ages to enjoy:
Opening Night: Chill Fest event opens to the public from 5pm on Friday 30 June. From 6pm an official opening ceremony will take place on the ice- rink, followed by a spectacular ice-skating performance.
While the Opening Ceremony is underway, the ice rink will be unavailable for bookings till 7pm. The rest of the event is open for the public to enjoy during this time.
Neon Winter Garden: NEW for 2023 is the Winter Neon Garden, a glowing fluorescent garden to explore. There are lots of fun winter-themed neon photo moments to discover along the way.
Private Igloo Experience: Book a dining session with family or friends or even a romantic date night to treat yourself to this unique experience. The beautifully styled igloos are the perfect location for a delicious meal from Enzos Macarthur Square, served straight to your table. Book a Private Igloo Experience here.
Quiet Session: Campbelltown City Council in partnership with Joylands is hosting the popular two-hour Chill Fest quiet session again this year. This session is for local residents with a disability to enjoy the event with their family and/or carer. Numbers are limited for this session and bookings are required, with limits of 4 tickets per booking.
Low Sensory Session: NEW for 2023 is the Low Sensory Sunday session. There will be no loud music, announcements, spruiking or flashing lights during this session, creating a calm and relaxing environment for people to enjoy a morning at Chill Fest. If you or someone in your family can feel a little overwhelmed by the Carnival sounds and excitement, this session is a great option for you.
Anyone can attend this session and the event is open to all during this session. Normal ticket prices apply for this session.
For more information on Chill Fest and to plan your visit, please see here.
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Chill Fest is located in Koshigaya Park which is within walking distance of Campbelltown Train Station.
There are also bus links to Campbelltown Mall which is adjacent to the Park.
If you do plan to drive, the best parking for the event is the rooftop carpark at Campbelltown Mall: