Frozen Kingdom at Kryal Castle

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The Kingdom of Kryal has been overrun by an eternal winter since the evil snow Queen Neva took the throne 25 years ago. Can the heroic knights of Kryal Castle banish the Queen and restore the kingdom to its former glory? Find out by visiting Frozen Kingdom at Kryal Castle this winter!

The icy spectacular is part of the annual Ballarat Winter Festival and offers an epic program of winter wonders and fiery action:

Discover the story of Kryal’s icy past and watch the ‘Long Lost Princess’ at the Jesters’ Theatre; be front-row for the momentous Trial by Fire! Witness their heroic knights battle with fiery swords to vanquish Queen Neva and her evil army; meet and pat Kryal Castle’s incredible fire-breathing dragons; create your own unique snowflake ornament to take home; help Kryal Castle’s alchemist concoct mystical potions; try your hand at archery, axe-throwing or see if you have what it takes to pass knight school.

Content: Kryal Castle

Dates & Times
  • Sat 29 Jun 10am–4pm
  • Sun 30 Jun 10am–4pm
  • Mon 1 Jul 10am–4pm
  • Tue 2 Jul 10am–4pm
  • Wed 3 Jul 10am–4pm
  • Thu 4 Jul 10am–4pm
  • Fri 5 Jul 10am–4pm
  • Sat 6 Jul 10am–4pm
  • Sun 7 Jul 10am–4pm
  • Mon 8 Jul 10am–4pm

Accessibility Information

  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

  • Sat 29 Jun
  • Sun 30 Jun
  • Mon 1 Jul


Kryal Castle

121 Forbes Road, Leigh Creek VIC 3352

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$26.50 - $109

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Accessibility Information

  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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