We are working with Adelaide Hills Council and there is community support for those impacted by the fire.
The following parks and reserves have skating facilities, varying in design and skill level.
Click a park below for photos and more information, or view the map to find local parks near you.
Skateboard and BMX faciltiies.
This reserve has extensive parklands, a BMX track, play equipment, skateboard park, tennis courts, oval and a number of war memorial areas.
Features a large concrete 'paint tray' style skate bowl suitable for intermediate to advanced skill level.
This reserve features a small concrete half pipe and street section with quarter pipes, wedge ramp, rail and manual pad.
Minkarra Park offers a fenced dog park, skate park, playground and outdoor exercise equipment.
This reserve is located adjacent to Base 10 Youth Centre and features a linear BMX track with 5 large jumps.
A BMX track featuring humps and bumps for beginners to enjoy.
This reserve features a BMX track and skate park.
Located on grounds adjoining the Aldinga Community Centre, this reserve provides a large open space, fully-fenced dog park, play equipment, exercise stations, walking trail, bmx track and skateboard facilities.
Large street-style facility featuring two small ¾ bowls with spine and volcano, flat banks, quarter pipes, fun box, pyramid with rails and stairs with rail. Beginner to advanced skill level. The facility includes a skateboard repair station.
Beginner to intermediate level street style skate park. The park includes a half pipe, pyramids, ledges and hips.
Small facility featuring quarter pipe with roll in, small euro gap, pyramid, manual pad, rail and ledges. Beginner to advanced skill level.
Skate track with aluminum metal flat banks, fun box, pump hump and curved rail slide.
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