Locals can enjoy a cosy and luxurious private dining experience in an “igloo” when Koshigaya Park once again transforms into a winter wonderland during the July school holidays.

Chill Fest, from 30 June to 16 July, will also include a flurry of festival favourites such as winter-themed ice skating, the ice slide, amusement rides and roaming entertainment will return alongside new attractions, including a spectacular neon garden.

“This year’s Chill Fest will have some great new additions while retaining the atmosphere and winter-themed activities that everyone enjoys,” Mayor George Greiss said.

“So grab your winter clothes and join us for a great festival in the heart of Campbelltown,” Dr Greiss said.

A range of delicious winter-themed food and drink options are available from food tricks throughout the festival grounds, or people can toast marshmallows over a fire pit.

In addition to a two-hour quiet sessionfor those with disability and their carers, a low-sensory morning session with no lights, music or announcements will be open to everyone on the morning of Sunday 9 July.

Tickets are available for purchase now at https://chillfest.com.au/