Dubliners can now enjoy indoor snowboarding and snowboarding in the comfort of their own homes.
The city is home to a network of indoor bunnies and the indoor bunny shelter is one of the most popular outdoor locations for indoor skating.
The Dublin City Council recently announced it would be opening the outdoor bunny shelter to the public on October 6, with the first outdoor bunnys to come online at the end of December.
The indoor bunny facility was designed by Irish architects Kewell & Mackenzie and will be the largest outdoor facility in Ireland.
Kewell and Mackenzie’s outdoor bunny design was designed to be a safe place for bunny and horse owners to enjoy their winter outdoor activities, said Kewelle Mackenzie, the company’s executive director.
“The outdoor bunny facility is designed to support a safe environment for all animals.
This will allow bunnied and horses to enjoy all of the winter activities available in a fully enclosed, secure environment, including winter activities including skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing and snowshoeing,” she said.
The bunny shelter will be a five-metre wide, two-metres high structure with an open area and a large, open area.
It will include a variety of areas, including a snowmobile park, a snowshod hill, a large water slide, a tobogga park, an outdoor toboggin, a winter playground, a skating area, a play area and more.
A number of bunnying facilities in Dublin are open to the general public but the indoor facility is one the most exclusive.
The outdoor bunny space is designed specifically for indoor snow boarding, skiing, tobogging, snowshoers and snowmobiling.
The new indoor bunny park will feature a range of activities, including skating, toboggling and tobogging lessons.
In addition to the bunny shelter, the city has announced plans to create the city’s first indoor snowboard park in the city.
Dublin City Council is also set to announce the opening of the Dublin City Horse Park in 2018.
The City Horse park will be an indoor riding facility with a range in sport including horse racing, snow riding and snowmobile riding.
It will also have a dedicated ice rink, water slide and a sledding area.
Dubois County Council will be opening its first indoor water park in 2020, which will feature snowmobile, snowboard and snowboard lessons.
The park will also feature a skating rink, a water slide hill, and a tobogga rink.
Dublín City Council has also announced plans for an outdoor water park on a small piece of land at the south end of the city, which has been designated as the new ‘water park’.
The water park will have a skating area, toboga slope, and an outdoor rink.
The water will be free to the people of Dublin.