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You Can Now Do Go-Karting On An Ice Race Track In Melbourne


You Can Now Do Go-Karting On An Ice Race Track In Melbourne

Go-karting can be an extremely exhilarating experience as you drift around the corners and pretend you're a Formula 1 driver.

However, if you thought the sport needed something to drive your adrenaline a little higher, then a race track in Melbourne will definitely have you covered.

The O'Brien Icehouse in the city's Docklands has decided to diversify a bit and has introduced go-karts to their ice rink.

They've launched their fun new adventure ironically as Australia heats up for summer and what a better way to cool off.

Credit: Supplied
Credit: Supplied

Their event has been described as: "Enjoy the thrill of driving on an exhilarating icy rink, the perfect way to have some high-speed competitive fun with your friends and family!

"Test yourself and practice driving around the ice rink whilst navigating a variety of fun and challenging obstacles. Our expert team will be on hand to give you some tips on how to glide at speed and navigate the course.

"There will also be some off rink activities, along with winter games and heaps prizes to be won! There will be prizes for the best dressed so dress up for some costume ice karting."


Imagine drifting around the obstacle course like you are James Bond in Die Another Day.

Tickets for the go-karting will set you back $55 each and they'll be running all the way until December 31.

You'll only be able to join in on the icy go-karting acting if you're over the age of 8 and under 102 kilograms. If you fit that weight and age group then you're set to go.

The organisers wrote: "The event will only be running for a very limited time, with spots only available, so you better jump on this one quick! Lots of prizes and games on the day after your 12 min spin on the ice."

Featured Image Credit: Supplied

Topics: Australia

Stewart Perrie
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