School’s Out Winter Fest

School’s Out Winter Fest

School’s Out Winter Fest is the MUST-VISIT event these July Schools Holidays. Open from the 2nd to the 17th of July, we have a multitude of activities that are guaranteed fun for all ages. 

Glide around the ice rink, fly down the snow slide, wonder at the falling “snow”,  take a ride on the show-stopping dream swinger, and enjoy the fast-paced storm or daring runaway train. We have Perth’s best family rides, sideshow games and fan favourite show bags. Not to mention our brand new Dodgem Drift 2, the worldwide drifting sensation. 

Are you ready for the ultimate Winter family day out, hassle-free in the cosy surrounds of the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre? With loads of parking, train station access and no fear of rain ruining your plans, PCEC provides the perfect backdrop for all your winter fun! 

Capacity is limited, so bookings are essential to secure your tickets. Book online today at 


  • 9:00am 
  • 10:00am
  • 11:00am
  • 12:00pm  
  • 1:00pm
  • 2:00pm
  • 3:00pm


  • Ice skating 
  • Snow Slide
  • Falling “snow”
  • Dodgem Drift Cars 
  • Dream Swinger
  • Runaway Train Roller Coaster
  • Fiesta Balloon
  • Storm
  • Taxi Jets
  • Cup & Saucer
  • Jurassic Temple
  • Camelot Castle
  • Mini Ferris Wheel



  • Snow Sisters Meet & Greet
  • Sideshow Games
  • Showbags
  • Popcorn & Fairy Floss 



Adults enter FREE.

The ticket price includes 4 ride coupons for adults to ride alongside the kids on their favourite family rides.  Adults skate for FREE with under 5s or can buy additional ice-skating tickets for just $10 + BF. 



Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre is easily accessible by foot, ride-share or public transport including bus, train or ferry from South Perth.

Positioned adjacent to the Swan River, Elizabeth Quay train station and bus port or 10 minutes to Perth Underground train station.

Secure parking managed by the City of Perth is available and conveniently located beneath PCEC, accessible via three lifts providing direct building access.



The main drop off and pick up location is via the Plaza entry adjacent to the Adina Apartment Hotel Perth and provides direct access to Level 1 (School’s Out Fest). The main pedestrian entrance is a short walk from St Georges Terrace or the bus port via Mill St, the connecting walkways. 



There are approximately 5,000 car parking bays within a 10 minute walk of Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. The City of Perth Convention Centre Car Park is located directly under the Centre.

City of Perth Convention Centre Car Park

Open: 24 hours, 7 days a week

Access: via Mill St, Mounts Bay Rd, or the Riverside Dv off-ramp from Mitchell Freeway. Direct access to PCEC during opening hours via central foyer lift and staircases. 


From $35 +BF (ONLINE ONLY)

$55 (ONSITE BOX OFFICE - pending availability)

Adults enter FREE with child.

First release from $35

Final release from $45

A coupon sheet with all the below activities is redeemed for each valid entry ticket.

Each ticket includes over $200 worth of value:

  • 1 x Ice Skating Experience ($28 value)

  • 2 x Snow Slide Passes ($20 value)

  • 12 x Ride Coupons ($120 value)

  • 4 x Adult Rider Passes ($40 value)

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