Koshigaya Park will come alive with the magic of winter this July school holidays with the much loved Chill Fest winter festival.
Our Chill Fest Winter Festival is on now at Koshigaya Park.
Come along for lots of fun activities and entertainment for the whole family including amusement rides, an open-aired ice skating rink, light shows, marshmallow toasting, food trucks, Alpine Winter Markets, roving performers, open fires, realistic snow fall and much more.
- Chill fest is now operating as normal
- The rescheduled date for the Quiet Session is Tuesday 12th July.
Campbelltown's world of winter fun
Chill Fest is open for the whole of the Winter School Holidays.
Friday 1 July to Sunday 17 July 2022
Friday and Saturdays - 11am to 11pm
Every other day - 11am to 10pm
Quiet Session (Closed to public) - Tuesday 12 July from 11am - 1pm
Redeem NSW Parent Vouchers for rides
You can now redeem your NSW Parents Vouchers for Ride Coupons at the ticketing booths during our Chill Fest event.
If you haven't already done so, head on over to Service NSW website and apply for your vouchers.
If you plan on driving, best parking for the event is the roof top carpark at Campbelltown Mall, off Hurley St Campbelltown.
Quiet Session Tickets - Bookings Closed
Back by popular demand, Campbelltown City Council in conjunction with Joylands is hosting a two hour quiet session on Tuesday 12 July from 11am to 1pm for adults, youth and children with a disability and their carers to enjoy.
Numbers are limited during the session and bookings are required, with limits of 4 tickets per booking.
Each quiet session includes:
- Free rides (Only a selection of rides will operate during this session)
- A quiet tent with sensory activities
- No PA announcements
- No spruiking
- No flashing lights and no music.
Applications closed: Midnight, 17 June - you'll be notified if you have been successful by Friday 24 June, 2022.
Help keep our community safe, if you are experiencing any cold or flu-like symptoms, please stay home and get tested.
Search for your nearest COVID-19 testing centre on the NSW Government website.