Seen our fantastic Aussie mixed doubles team at the Winter Olympics?
You could be the next Olympic curler! Come and try our wonderful sport.
Australia recently qualified for the Winter Olympics in curling for the fist time ever. A fantastic achievement! Queensland’s own Tahli Gill, as part of Team Hewitt/Gill, will be representing Australia in Beijing.
Queensland Curling Association is looking to encourage as many people as possible to take up this wonderful sport and maybe find the next curling olympians!
We will be running a series of ‘come and try’ events. These are suitable for people of all ages and abilities who want to give our fabulous sport a go.
No equipment is needed. Discover a sport that embodies skill, sportsmanship and friendship. Find out why curlers sweep the ice with brooms!
All equipment supplied by Queensland Curling.
Bring loose, comfortable, warm clothing (no tight jeans!) and footwear with good grip.
Admission for one person to a ‘come and try’ curling event. No equipment required.
Here are the dates to come and try curling (click on the date to be taken to the event and please note that you will need to purchase a ticket in order to attend)
Come and try Wednesday 9th Feb 2022
Come and try Wednesday 16th Feb 2022
Come and try Wednesday 23rd Feb 2022
Come and try Wednesday 2nd March 2022
New date added ! Come and try Wednesday9th March 2022
If you really enjoyed your experience at one of our ‘come and try’ events or if you want to dive straight in and learn more about our sport, you can join our 4 week Learn to curl program starting Wednesday 23rd March 2022 The program is suitable for people of all ages and abilities. Discover a sport that embodies skill, sportsmanship and friendship and find out why curlers sweep the ice with brooms!
N.B. The venue is currently operating under a COVID19 management plan. Current requirements are as follows: Masks are required everywhere in the venue except on the ice during sport usage. Check in app must be used on entry with the vaccinated status shown to staff. Unvaccinated people are unable to access the facility at this point in time. This may change before the event but is under the control of the venue management.