Calling all skaters, whether you're a beginner learning the ropes or an experienced skater looking for new challenges, Rockhampton has several skate parks for you to hone your skills, build confidence, and connect with a vibrant community of fellow riders.
Why Choose Rockhampton's Skate Parks?
Rockhampton's skate parks feature a variety of terrains, including ramps, rails, bowls, and street-style obstacles. From smooth concrete surfaces to challenging transitions, our parks cater to skaters of every style and preference.
All our skate parks are designed with top-notch safety features, including smooth surfaces, proper lighting, and well-maintained equipment, ensuring you can skate with confidence and peace of mind.
Our skate parks are open to the public and completely free of charge. We believe in providing equal opportunities for everyone to enjoy the thrill of skateboarding without any financial barriers.
Discover Rockhampton's Skate Parks
Police Citizens Youth Club, Lakes Creek Road North Rockhampton skate park is located in a scenic spot with views of the Fitzroy River. The skate park offers a range of ramps, rails, and ledges for skaters to practice their tricks. The park's spacious layout allows for smooth flow and ample space for both beginners and advanced riders.
Alf Kele Park, Huish Drive Wandal skate park is a local favourite, featuring a diverse range of obstacles, including a large bowl, quarter pipes, and street-inspired elements. The park's layout encourages creativity and provides challenges for skaters of all levels.
Cedric Archer Park, Gracemere is a hub for skaters in the Gracemere area. Its well-designed features, including ramps, banks, and grind rails, make it an ideal spot for skaters looking to improve their skills or simply have a great time with friends.
Boyd Park, Thompson Avenue Mount Morgan is a skate park nestled in the historic town of Mount Morgan. This skate park offers a unique skating experience against the backdrop of charming heritage sites. Skaters can enjoy a mix of street-style elements and ramps, making it a must-visit destination for riders exploring Rockhampton's skate scene.
Council has a Mobile Skate Park that is shared around the region at various parks.
Grab your board, strap on your helmet, and join us in embracing the spirit of adventure and camaraderie. Visit our parks, meet fellow skaters, and let the concrete waves inspire your passion for the sport.