Disney On Ice – win four tickets to the Sydney show

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It’s our favourite time of year again! This year Disney on Ice Celebrates 100 Years of Magic! We are so excited to be able to give away Disney on Ice tickets again this year.

Celebrate the legacy of Disney in this ice skating spectacular as Mouse-ter of Ceremonies Mickey Mouse leads a parade of characters including Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and an ensemble of Disney Princesses. Be dazzled by the magic of Disney’s Frozen with Anna, Elsa and the hilarious Olaf. Sing-a-long to over 30 of your favourite Disney songs including “Let It Go!,” “You’ve Got A Friend in Me,” and “Hakuna Matata.”

Exciting moments from Disney Pixar’s Toy Story, Finding Nemo, Disney’s The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and more will leave the whole family with memories that will last a lifetime.

Help everyone’s favourite Zootopia pals, Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde, investigate an off-ice caper to ensure Disney On Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic starts without a hitch. Experience the celebration of the century when this Disney On Ice production skates into your hometown.

We are heading to the Sydney show again this year and we are giving you the chance to do the same.

You can win four tickets to Disney on Ice in Sydney on the 18th July at 11 am at Qudos Bank Arena!!! To enter tell us who your favourite Disney character is and why.

(The winner will receive four tickets to the Sydney show on the 18th July at 11 am only. These tickets are non-transferable or redeemable for cash. This is a game of skill and open to Australian residents over 18 only. Giveaway closes 11 pm Wednesday 30th June)

 

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34 thoughts on “Disney On Ice – win four tickets to the Sydney show

    1. Rita Shamoun

      My favourite Disney character is “Olaf from Frozen”. The reason is in his name “O-laf” he makes my daughters giggle and smile so much which warms my heart!

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  1. R Silverthorne

    My favourite princess is Moana. I love that she is self reliant, courageous & never gives up.
    I hope my girls grow up to be like her one day.

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  2. Lyn

    Since I was a little girl I LOVED Cinderella. Despite all her hardships she remained quite the optimist, and who could passed that dress! Amaze.

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  3. Cathie Mills

    fMy Little man loves Woody because he is funny, and i love Woody because he makes my son smile and laugh a lot when he is watching Toy Story or playing with his Toy Story toys.

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  4. Nicole harrison

    My favourite is Mickey, he’s the glue that holds Disney together. He’s the symbol to happiness and magic. He’s my childhood 💕love

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  5. Melanie Cogan

    Cinderella… My daughter & I follow her motto. Have courage and be kind ❤️, and who doesn’t love Prince Charming 😊

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  6. Gezz Hall

    Winnie the Pooh the smallest cuddest philosopher. He motivated me to remember my dream to become a teacher. ‘Life is a journey to be experienced not a problem to be solved.’

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  7. Irene Nemes

    My favourite is Mickey Mouse because even more than 50 years after watching the Mickey Mouse Club, I can still sing the song and the memory takes me right back to how excited I felt when the show came on TV. My grandson just returned from Disneyland and said Mickey was his favourite. So clearly there is a genetic strain for Mickey in our DNA.

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  8. Lidia

    It’s funny but both my boy and I love Nemo! Love his never give up attitude. I missed out on taking my little boy to a Disney show a few years back and would love to win tickets so we can finally enjoy this together.

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  9. Melanie Hanson

    Moana as not only does my daughter look like Moana with her long thick hair she also “stands out from the crowd”. She is loving, headstrong, strong-willed, practically fearless, intelligent, athletic and physically capable despite her height. The similarities are uncanny.

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  10. leonnie rainsford

    I think its important my children to know that their favourite disney princess or prince is really just like them. They all have to go to school and learn and they friends and pets.

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  11. Kim Taylor

    Miss just turned 3
    “ Anna is my favourite because she is on the Elsa show. She isn’t working right now.”
    To translate our Frozen DVD isn’t working so to see them live on the ice would make all her dreams come true ☺️💜

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  12. Rita Shamoun

    My favourite Disney character is “Olaf from Frozen”. The reason is in his name “O-laf” he makes my daughters giggle and smile so much which warms my heart!

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  13. Katrina Dykes

    My son loves Toy story and secretly so do I haha!
    His favourite character would be Woody, he’s brave, courageous and always looks out for his friends

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  14. Chris

    I love Olaf – he’s so cheerful and optimistic. He likes to sing and dance and is full of innocence and wonder just like my kids! He doesn’t even know that the summer heat will melt him! Olaf is such a lovable and naive character. I just think he is great! My kids love him too!

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  15. Cam

    My favourite character is Rapunzel from Tangled. She is kind, warm and independent. She has a strong sense of conviction. I love that Rapunzel isn’t your typical damsel in distress because she can defend or take care of herself – albeit with a frypan! And can make an awful looking hair cut to a cool brunette chop!

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  16. Peter

    I love watching Disney movies but I particularly like Beauty and the Beast. Mum always tells me to look inside a person and not to judge a book by its cover. So Belle is my favourite she saw and brought the beauty out of the beast with her patience, kindness and gentleness.

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  17. Nui Mann

    I love Mulan! – she is a person of integrity – strong, determined, loyal, honourable and fights for what is right. She values family and friends (especially her cute little dragon)! All the things I would like to instil in my children.

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  18. Kate Morgan

    My girls love Moana. She is strong, smart and determined – all qualities I hope my girls will develop as they grow.

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  19. Carlie Christie

    My favourite is Minnie Mouse! She’s adorable, a great friend, always supports Mickey and is a fashion icon!

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  20. Jocelyn Lambert

    My 7yr olds favourite Disney character is Moana because she says she resembles her. Also loves the song of Moana and dances all day long to How Far I Go. She would love Disney on Ice as she has not had the chance to go. Goodluck to everyone.

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  21. Jessica Ashbrooke

    Belle she didn’t have an easy path but she tamed a beast and that is romantic and magical

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  22. Malini Marimuthu

    I can never forget the Clubhouse,
    Thats the case in my house,
    Our favourite will always be Mickey Mouse,
    There is nothing to fuss,
    For he never fail to amuse us.

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  23. Joan Soler

    My favourite Disney Character is Mulan. She’s strong and smart character. My 2 girls love Elsa Anna while my youngest son loves Buzz Light Year he calls it Buzzsishiw 😊😊😊

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  24. Melita

    I’m proud to say that my two sons (5 and 3) LOVE the strong female Disney characters like Moana and Elsa. I think it’s wonderful that children now have independent, courageous and strong willed female role models who think for themselves and determine their own destiny to look up to. This is so important for little girls and equally as important for little boys. I would be delighted to share this wonderful experience with my two little Princes. Thank you!

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  25. Elise Ellabban

    I’ve always loved Sorcerer Mickey from Fantasia – he’s clumsy, well meaning, and determined to have a turn, with disastrous results! He frantically tries to fix his own mistakes, while making eveything worse! My favourite part of visiting Disney Hollywood Studios was seeing the giant version of the socerers hat.

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  26. Nicole Kent

    Princess Merida. A strong red-headed female that offers young girls more than pretty dresses and tiaras.

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  27. Lucy S

    We love Mickey MOUSE;
    He’s a hero in our HOUSE!
    My 3 year old SON;
    Will have so much FUN!
    Celebrating Disney’s 100 years of magic on ICE;
    At Qudos Bank Arena, now that would be NICE!

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