Star Class (Learn to Skate)

Star Class (formerly 'Learn to Skate') is held regularly on Saturday mornings from 8am-9am.

Learn the skills to roller skate confidently for fun and fitness, with the guidance of our professional coaches. There are three levels of Star Class for skaters to progress through as they learn before graduating to one of our disciplines – Artistic Freeskating, Artistic Figures or Speed Skating.

Safety gear is not required but you are welcome to bring your own.

Classes are $20 per session including skate hire and family discounts are offered to get you all rolling together.

Come and try - your first lesson is FREE!*

*Terms and Conditions apply, please contact us for more information. Any cancellations to weekly classes will be listed on our News page.

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Star Class Levels

Level 1

Level 1 involves learning the basic skills of roller skating, including balance and learning to stop, as well as learning how to fall safely. Skaters in this level often begin by using a support frame to aid them in learning to stand and move on their skates.

Level 2

Level 2 skaters begin to learn more advanced skills such as skating backward, squatting, skating on one foot, turning and the beginning jumps.

Level 3

Level 3 is the final level before Star Class graduation. This level sees skaters progress to skills that are required for the first levels of Artistic Freeskating proficiency, such as one foot jumps, spins and more intricate footwork while moving both forward and backward.

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Star Class General FAQs

Q: Do I need to book to attend Star Class?

A: No, we no longer require you to book for Star Class. Simply arrive on the day and sign yourself in at the door to join a session.

Q: Do you have ‘Come and Try’ sessions?

A: All Team SkateFX Star Class sessions are open for you to come and try out skating with us, and your first session is free.

Q: Do I need to bring my own skates?

A: No, we have hire skates that are covered as part of your Star Class fees. We recommend using these for the first few sessions before investing in your own skates. If you already have your own skates, you are more than welcome to bring them along and use them.

Q: Do I need a helmet or other safety gear?

A: While you are welcome to bring along your own helmet, knee pads and other safety gear, these are not compulsory for our Star Class participants.

Q: What Star Class levels are there?

A: There are three Star Class levels based on ability. You will find more information on these levels in the section above.

Q: Do I need to become a member to attend Star Class?

A: After four Star Class sessions, you will be required to become a Team SkateFX member in order to continue attending, to make sure you are covered by our insurance.

Q: What payment methods do you accept?

A: We accept tap-and-go payments with most major cards, such as VISA, Mastercard and debit cards, as well as cash. Please note that limited cash is kept on hand, so we do not always have change for large notes, and there are no ATM facilities on site.

Star Class Bookings FAQs

Q: Do you take bookings by phone or email?

A: No, we are only taking bookings through our online ticketing system to minimise the need for extra volunteers.

Q: Do I need to create an account to make a booking?

A: No, you can make a booking as a guest and your tickets will be emailed to the address you use during checkout.

Q: Why does the date I want to book say ‘CLOSED’?

A: Each class is available to book after the previous class has ended. The following week’s date will be ‘OPEN’ at 10am each Saturday and will remain open until 12pm Friday, the day before the class is scheduled. 

Example: If I want to book a class on the 22 January 2022, I will need to wait until the class on the 15 January 2022 has ended. I can book for the 22 January 2022 from 10am on Saturday 15 January 2022 until 12pm on Friday 21 January 2022.

Q: I have more than one child, do I need more than one ticket?

A: Yes, you must book a ticket for each person you wish to attend a class. 

Example: If you have one child, you need one ticket. If you have four children, you need four tickets.

Q: Do I need a ticket for myself so I can bring my child?

A: No, you only need to book a ticket for a person who is participating in a class.

Example: If you have one child, you need one ticket. If you have four children, you need four tickets. You do not need a ticket to accompany your child(ren).

Q: Do I need to print my tickets for my booking?

A: No, you can show your tickets on your mobile device at the door.

Q: How much do I pay to make a booking?

A: The ticket booking system to guarantee your skater’s place is completely free. Star Class fees are paid as usual on the day you attend.

Q: How do I pay for my booking?

A: There is no cost to make a booking and secure a spot in Star Class. You will pay fees for your class to the person at the door of the stadium when you enter.

Q: Do I still need to mark my attendance on the sign-in sheet at the door?

A: No, our ticketing system has replaced our paper sign-in sheets.

Q: How secure is the booking system?

A: The booking system we use is a very secure and is handled by third party TryBooking. All data is encrypted and stored on Australian servers. Learn more about how they handle your privacy and data at

Q: How long will I have to wait for my tickets?

A: You should receive your tickets in your email inbox within minutes of completing your booking. If you don’t receive the email, please check your junk or spam folder.

Q: Can I cancel my booking?

A: We understand that things can change, and you may no longer be able to attend your booked session. You can email us at and we will cancel your tickets to make them available for those on our waiting list.

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