Skate park projects
Brisbane City Council provides a range of skate facilities for residents to enjoy Brisbane’s lifestyle and leisure opportunities. Skate facilities also play an important role in our active, healthy city and Council’s dedication to creating a place where people of all ages feel welcome.
New skate facilities and skate park upgrades completed in recent years include:
- Ashgrove Skate Spot, Dorrington Park - completed early August 2018
- Balmoral Youth Space, Quinn’s Street Park - completed March 2018
- Grovely Skate Spot, Fihelly Street Park - completed June 2018
- Inala Skate Park, D.J Sherrington Park - lighting and footpath upgrade completed November 2017
- Murarrie Skate Park upgrade, Murarrie Recreation Reserve - completed April 2018
- Paddo Skate Bowl upgrade, Neal Macrossan Playground Park - stage two completed in July 2017
- Primrose Park skate facility, Wynnum West - completed January 2020.
Construction of the Paddington, Inala, Ashgrove and Grovely skate facilities were jointly funded by Council and the Queensland Government.
Community engagement was undertaken through community reference groups and drop-in information kiosks at each facility for residents to provide feedback and have their say on the concept plans.