Skate, scooter and BMX parks

People on scooters and BMX bikes at the Baldivis Youth Space

Venues and comps

  • In an era that will be remembered for digital entertainment, we recognise the importance of supporting young people to be active so we have plenty of skateparks and other facilities to encourage young people to spend time outside with their friends, while keeping physically and socially active.

    Port Kennedy Youth Recreation Space

    Location: Veterans Memorial Park, Corner Warnbro Sound Avenue and Endeavour Drive, Port Kennedy

    Design elements: Newly upgraded with a bowl, snake run, quarter pipe wall with extension, slappy bank, manual pad, hubba, ledges, rails, pole jam, stairs, half-court basketball 

    Skill level: Beginner to advanced riders

    Additional onsite facilities: Public toilet, water fountain and onsite parking.

    Port Kennedy Youth Recreation Space

    Cnr Warnbro Sound Avenue and Endeavour Drive, Port Kennedy

    Cooloongup Youth Recreation Space

    Location: Corner Grange Drive and Willmott Drive, Cooloongup

    Design elements: Mini ramp, quaterpipe ends, fun box, spine, and flat banks

    Skill level: Beginner to intermediate riders

    There are no additional onsite facilities. An upgrade is planned for this skate park.

    Cooloongup Youth Recreation Space

    Corner Grange Dve and Willmott Dve, Cooloongup
    Singleton Youth Recreation Space

    Location: Laurie Stanford Reserve, Cavender Street, Singleton

    Design elements: Quarter pipe, slappy wall, flat rail, manual pad, wedge to wedge ramp, hubba wall, stairs and grind rail, and a new basketball half court

    Skill level: Beginner to advanced

    Onsite facilities: Shaded seating areas, water fountain and accessible public toilets located at Singleton Sporting Complex. Parking is best located at the Comet Bay Bowling Club.

    Singleton Youth Recreation Space

    Laurie Stanford Reserve, Cavender Street, Singleton
    Rage Cage

    Location: Anniversary Park, Rockingham

    The facility caters for multiple sports and has the following:

    • basketball rings
    • tennis hit up wall
    • soccer goals
    • cricket wickets.

     

    Rage Cage

    Anniversary Park, Council Avenue, Rockingham
    Secret Harbour Youth Recreation Space

    Location: Maratea Parade, Secret Harbour

    The space incorporates half-court basketball and half court soccer, as well as a shaded seating area.

    Secret Harbour Youth Recreation Space

    Maratea Parade,Secret Harbour
    Baldivis Youth Space

    Location: Tranby Reserve, Baldivis

    Design elements: Medium skate plaza with ramp, quarter pipe, hubba box and grind rails. This space also includes parkour equipment, and a low ropes course

    Skill level: Beginner to intermediate riders, and parkour enthusiasts

    Onsite facilities: Shaded seating, water fountain and on-street parking.

    Baldivis Youth Space

    Tranby Reserve, Baldivis
    Rockingham PCYC Youth Recreation Space

    Location: Emma Street (behind the PCYC), Rockingham

    Design elements: Bowl, half pipe, grind rails, and two ramps

    Skill level: Beginner to advanced riders

    There are no additional onsite facilities.

    Rockingham PCYC Youth Recreation Space

    Emma Street (behind the PCYC), Rockingham
  • Rockingham Skate ParkWe host skateboarding and scooter clinics and competitions during the January, April and September/October school holidays. These activities are open to young people aged from 4 years. Young people under 18 must have parent permission to participate. Riders of all skill levels are encouraged to get involved.

    All skatepark competitions include professional first aid and security services. Competitions are run to appropriate Australian Scooter Association and Australian Skateboarding Federation judging and standards, however, do not form part of the official activities of these organisations. As such, competitions are judged at the discretion of the provider with support from the City. Young people, their parents and supporters are encouraged to enjoy competitions as a development opportunity for riders and as a way to increase positive perceptions of local skateparks.

    Upcoming Rockingham Skatepark Series dates are published on our Facebook page.

    Please note that dates are subject to change in the case of inclement weather or unforeseen youth recreation space damage. Facebook event pages are the best place to get the most up to date information on each activity.

    Sign up to our Community Development E-Newsletter to see when events are coming to a youth recreation space near you.

    For further information, please call 9528 0333 or email customer@rockingham.wa.gov.au.

    Skateboarding clinics and competitions

    Skateboarding clinics and competitions are provided by Skateboarding WA. Participants must wear a helmet in order to participate. Boards and helmets can be borrowed, however, participants are encouraged to bring additional protective/safety equipment.

    Skateboarding WA requires all participants to register at least once each financial year. Forms are available on the day or can be accessed prior to events via the Skateboarding WA website

    Scooter clinics and competitions

    Scooter clinics and competitions are provided by Ruckus Scooters. Riders are required to bring their own scooter, helmet and protective equipment. All participants must wear a helmet.

    Ruckus Scooters requires all participants to register at least once each financial year. Forms are available on the day or can be accessed via the Ruckus Scooters website.

  • We encourage community members with an interest in youth recreation spaces to join the Rockingham Skatepark Working Group. The group provides advice and feedback to us about new outdoor youth recreation spaces, advice on increasing the positive perception of youth outdoor recreation spaces and are a conduit between the City and the wider skate community. The group is represented by skateboarders, scooter riders, BMX riders and other interested community members.

    For more information on how to join the group, please contact us on email at customer@rockingham.wa.gov.au or call 9528 0333.

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