Winterland to return bigger than ever

Getting frosty: Campbelltown mayor George Brticevic with ice skaters Sophie Barrah and Emily Imber. Picture: Chris Lane

Getting frosty: Campbelltown mayor George Brticevic with ice skaters Sophie Barrah and Emily Imber. Picture: Chris Lane

A gigantic ferris wheel will be the highlight of this year's exciting Winterland festival in Campbelltown.

The Star of the Show Ferris Wheel stands 35 metres high and features 360 degree rotating gondolas.

The event, to be held at Koshigaya Park from July 6 to 21, will also feature Sydney's largest open-air ice rink and a giant snow dome.

Other attractions include an ice slide, winter market, food village and fairy lights.

The festival has returned following a successful debut in 2018.

"Winterland was a successful drawcard last year, attracting visitors to our city and I have no doubt that it will continue to delight with the exciting new attractions on offer for the whole family," Campbelltown mayor George Brticevic said.

Entry to the event is free and tickets to the ice rink and rides will be available to purchase online from Saturday, June 1. Prices start at $12.

Coupon discounts are available online.

Full details and ticket pricing at www.winterlandsydney.com.au.