Frosted: A Winter Spectacular – Experience Review

The pending start of the school holidays have begun to draw families, friends, and couples to celebrate Christmas this June and July at Frosted: A Winter Spectacular, transporting visitors to a magical winter wonderland.

Bypassing the endless queue with VIP access which included a treat card for a choosing of snacks and drinks, upon entering the tent, a friendly reindeer welcomed us and led us to Mrs. Claus, who in turn welcomed us to the winter wonderland. We were greeted by vibrant lights and Christmas cheer all around.

After entering, our journey began at Rudolph‘s farm where an elf gave us magic reindeer feed. Don’t forget to sprinkle this into your gardens if you were given some to take home. Next at Snowman’s Bakery, we joyfully made cute, tasty reindeer cookies and savoured the sweet treats.

Children slid down the toboggan slope and many lined up for the skating rink where penguin-shaped aids made it feel like we were in “Happy Feet” with our little friends on the ice. During our session, the queue for the skating rink was definitely on the longer side, so ensure that your time isn’t all spent just waiting.

Adjacent was Snowland where everyone enjoyed diving into a ball pit, sliding down the igloos and running through tunnels, all amidst the laughter and screams of delight. For a pick-me-up, Sweet Treats offered slushies, popcorn and fairy floss, perfect for kids and parents alike. The choices for a sugar rush were endless.

The thrill-seeking circus performances near Candyland were a highlight, full of adrenaline-pumping acts. This was also a great break from all the fun interactive activities as we were able to stand and really immerse ourselves with the three talented acts they had prepared to entertain and impress us. Definitely a must see, so don’t miss out!

Additional activities include decorating reindeer antlers at the Elf’s Workshop, making your own snow globes at the Post Office where if you’re lucky, you could also listen to special stories from Mrs. Claus. Kids also loved the massive snowman jumping castle at the entrance. Our frosty friends were also such great dancing companions, so don’t miss out on the opportunity to have a little boogie with them to all the Christmas jingles.

Numerous photo opportunities included a hot air balloon, frosty friends, and the mirror ladies in front of the gigantic reindeer. There is also a designated photo location where you can get a professional photo on a swan with an ice queen. Don’t be fooled by the fairytales! She was actually such a sweetheart.

VIP tickets were definitely worthwhile, allowing us to skip lines and fully immerse ourselves in the diverse activities that Frosted: A Winter Spectacular had to offer. Despite its name, it is actually heated under the Big Top which was a nice surprise! To conclude our visit, Mrs. Claus’s kitchen provided a satisfying end to the night. After happily running around for two hours, there was also the merchandise stall that offered a variety of souvenirs to choose from to take home to remember the enchanting time.

Frosted: A Winter Spectacular is currently on for the school holidays until July 21, so definitely dash over to the Big Top, opposite Westfield Fountain Gate in Narre Warren for all the Christmassy fun.
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