City Skate Park

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Consultation has concluded.

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City Skate Park - Update 4 February 2020

In late 2019 Convic facilitated a number of community workshops and an online survey to gather ideas and understand user requirements to inform the design of the new City Skate Park.

A summary of the pre-design consultation outcomes can be viewed here.

The design team are now undertaking the necessary geo-technical site investigations which are critical to ensure the long term sustainability of the new skate facility.


City Skate Park - Update

Convic an internationally renowned specialist skate park designer, is working with the City of Adelaide and the City Skate Advisory Group (see below) to prepare a design for the new skate park.

The first round of consultation has now closed. Thanks to everyone who contributed through either the community workshops or the online survey. All feedback is now being considered in the development of the design concept.

Further consultation will be undertaken in the coming months once the initial design is completed.

You can subscribe for project updates by clicking on the 'STAY INFORMED' button (top right opposite).


City Skate Advisory Group - Update

Following the call for nominations for the City Skate Advisory Group, we are pleased to advise that the following people have been selected to participate in the City Skate Advisory Group:

  • Andy Walker
  • Evan Dalziell
  • Geoff Barclay
  • Glen Little
  • Josh Smith
  • Matt Hodgson
  • Michael Harris-Walker
  • Reb Rowe

The City Skate Advisory Group are working with us and Convic to provide guidance and advice on the engagement, design and development of the new City Skate Park at Gladys Elphick Park / Narnungga (Park 25). The Group met in October 2019 to inspect the site and discuss the next steps of the project.


(Image for illustration purposes only)

City Skate Park - Update 4 February 2020

In late 2019 Convic facilitated a number of community workshops and an online survey to gather ideas and understand user requirements to inform the design of the new City Skate Park.

A summary of the pre-design consultation outcomes can be viewed here.

The design team are now undertaking the necessary geo-technical site investigations which are critical to ensure the long term sustainability of the new skate facility.


City Skate Park - Update

Convic an internationally renowned specialist skate park designer, is working with the City of Adelaide and the City Skate Advisory Group (see below) to prepare a design for the new skate park.

The first round of consultation has now closed. Thanks to everyone who contributed through either the community workshops or the online survey. All feedback is now being considered in the development of the design concept.

Further consultation will be undertaken in the coming months once the initial design is completed.

You can subscribe for project updates by clicking on the 'STAY INFORMED' button (top right opposite).


City Skate Advisory Group - Update

Following the call for nominations for the City Skate Advisory Group, we are pleased to advise that the following people have been selected to participate in the City Skate Advisory Group:

  • Andy Walker
  • Evan Dalziell
  • Geoff Barclay
  • Glen Little
  • Josh Smith
  • Matt Hodgson
  • Michael Harris-Walker
  • Reb Rowe

The City Skate Advisory Group are working with us and Convic to provide guidance and advice on the engagement, design and development of the new City Skate Park at Gladys Elphick Park / Narnungga (Park 25). The Group met in October 2019 to inspect the site and discuss the next steps of the project.


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I’d like to see a space dedicated to roller skating. Thank you

Tatiana 10 months ago
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Please include a good drinking / water fountain

Rosslyn 10 months ago
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As skateparks are heavily used by families often for long periods we would like to see shaded seating with BBQs/water so caregivers can offer healthier food and dont need to access the takeaway shops or negotiate the busy road (often with young children)

Skatepark For Burnside 11 months ago
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Just build something like http://www.skateboard.com.au/article/11-96856-1/endeavour-hills-freshcret/It’s the city , it needs to be a large technical park that can be used for comps.Make the other states jealous

foodgoesinhere 11 months ago
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A bowl and/or halfpipe, mini or medium size please! And shade for day and night lights would be amazing. Thanks so much for this.

jamesjjcondon 11 months ago
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would love to see a big old box jump like the big one that use to be at the old city park

justin.d 11 months ago
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We miss city park! One of the best aspects was the combination of small, technical objects to ride along with larger, more advanced ramps. It kept it interesting after many hours spent riding there. We want some big ramps please! :)

coachkarger 11 months ago
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It should be a plaza-style skatepark. Being located in the CBD it ought to reflect that. There are already plenty of bowl/ramp skateparks across Adelaide but virtually no plazas. A well-designed mini ramp to the side would tick the box for transition.

rigel 11 months ago
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What would be most valued n the Adelaide skate scene at the moment Is a purely street style based plaza. There are no parks built in this style with transition almost always being favoured. Transition is great but it would be nice to see some change.

Jakesmallwood 11 months ago
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Just replicate an existing skatepark!!! There are so many good skateparks in the world, just copy stoner plaza or some other top tier skatepark i dont get how this has not been done already

Pauly88 11 months ago
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