Skate Parks in Sydney
When it comes to skate parks in Sydney, we’re pretty lucky to have quite a few dotted around the city for kids who love to skate, rollerblade, scoot or just run amok!
We’ve handpicked our favourite skate parks in Sydney for kids of different ages and varying abilities, plus, as an added bonus some are indoors for those pesky wet-weather days. Let’s get skateboarding!
Skate Parks in Sydney
1. Bondi Beach Skate Park
First up is undoubtedly one of the best skate parks in Sydney, and one with the best views!
The Bondi Beach Skate Park is nestled right next to the iconic shores of Bondi Beach and is a mecca for skateboarding enthusiasts, thanks to its epic three-metre-deep skate bowl!
If you're visiting with the little ones it's best to keep a close eye on them as Bondi Beach Skate Park is popular with older kids, tweens and teens.
Location: 102 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach
2. Monster Skate Park
Made famous from a Justin Bieber visit when touring Australia, Monster Skate Park at Sydney Olympic Park is a winner for both daytime and nocturnal skating due to the cool floodlights that light up the ramps once the sun goes down.
It’s also the home to one of Sydney's biggest half pipes, and there's also a mini street section for those just learning.
A visit to Monster Skate Park is $20 for a day pass.
Location: 1A Grand Parade, Sydney Olympic Park
3. Maroubra Skatepark
Another one of the most popular skate parks in Sydney nestled right next to the beach, Maroubra Skate Park is a firm favourite amongst Sydney skaters.
Located within Arthur Byrne Reserve, adjacent to Maroubra Beach, Maroubra Skatepark is around 1100 square metres and is the perfect spot for those just learning how to skate.
The facilities around the skate park include toilets, a gated playground, four hours of free parking, plus a kiosk so need for a pre-packed picnic!
Location: 3R Marine Parade, Maroubra
4. Waterloo Skate Park
Also referred to as Fernside Skate Park, Waterloo is home to one of the best skate parks in Sydney.
Boasting a real sense of community, Waterloo Skate Park offers mini ramps for younger skaters, plus to usual rails and ledges for skater boys and girls to show off their skills.
Location: 1B Elizabeth St, Waterloo
5. Sydney Park Skatepark
Opening in late 2020, Sydney Park Skatepark might be a bit of a mouthful but what it lacks in neat naming, it makes up for in $600 million dollars worth of features!
This is Sydney’s largest skate park and has so many features that suit all ages and levels of experience. For those wanting to push their skills, there’s a 3.3 metre-deep flow bowl. For beginners, there’s the adjoining bike track, plus there’s plenty of shade for families - winning!
Location: Sydney Park Rd, Erskineville
6. Julia Reserve Youth Precinct in Oran Park
The Julia Reserve Youth Precinct in Oran Park is toted as being one of the biggest and best skate parks in Sydney! Along with a mega skate park, highlights of Julia Reserve Youth Precinct include:
- A parkour zone
- Basketball court
- Table tennis tables
- Kickabout space
- State-of-the-art Youth and Recreation Building.
Location: Peter Brock Dr, Oran Park
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