There are a heap of awesome skate and bmx parks throughout the Coast. With sixteen different parks across the city, there is plenty of variety on offer for the skate and bmx enthusiast.
The parks are ideal for skateboarders, in-line skaters, roller skaters and stunt bike enthusiasts. Remember your appropriate safety gear and share these great facilities with other users.
Even sitting and watching the talent on show daily at these venues is an amazing experience.
For details on the fantastic free skate and bmx workshops and events, check out Gold Coast Parks Coastal Grind Program.
Click on the surburb below to review the profile of each skatepark.
Coolangatta Upgrade/Renewal - commenced in February and is now open for skate action! The offical opening will be held onsite on Saturday 18 May from 10am. The full day's itinerary will be up soon so stay posted!
Goodwin Park - 2 Lanham Street, Coolangatta (skate/BMX)
Viney Park - 2 Yaun Street, Coomera (skate/BMX)
Drop in for a skate at Viney Park.
Elanora Oval - Park Court, Elanora (skate/BMX)
Radical new bowl, with Australia's first tunnel. This bowl is picking up notoriety all over the world.
Discovery Park - 84 Discovery Drive, Helensvale (skate/BMX)
An absolute must for all BMX riders.
Pizzey Park - 80 Pacific Avenue, Miami (skate/BMX)
Pizzey has the iconic death bowl, now known all over the world. The facility is undergoing a major refit with more plazas and two new bowls for the beginner to intermediate.
Arthur Earle Park - Nerang Connection Road, Nerang (skate/BMX)
One of the newer parks on the Gold Coast and an absolute must, this park has a full on plaza, bowl and half pipe to cater for everyone's needs.
Brockman Way Reserve - Cnr Brockman Way & Pitcairn Way, Pacific Pines (skate/BMX)
Great park and popular with those on the north central side of the Gold Coast. This park has all you need and suits the skater or BMX rider. Challenge yourself on the stairs.
Runaway Bay Sports Complex - Oxley Drive, Runaway Bay (skate/BMX)
Double bowl with a great spine, this facility is currently undergoing some improvements with a new medium street plaza section on the northern side.
Betty Diamond Sports Complex - Boyd Street, Tugun (skate/BMX)
Classic skate park with all the components for skate and BMX
Janette Green Park - 1 Cassia Drive, Varsity Lakes (skate/BMX)
This park has to be seen to be believed. Tony Hawk just gave it a huge thumbs up after he tore the place up, including some massive work in the capsule.
We also have other parks that, although not big, are still good for some fun. These include:
- Arundel, 156 Olsen Avenue, Arundel (skate)
- Molendinar, Silver Bridle Park - 2 Nerang Road, Molendinar (skate)
- Mudgeeraba, Firth Park - Somerset Drive Mudgeeraba (skate)
- Palm Beach, Salk Oval - 16 Thrower Drive, Palm Beach (skate)
Click on the surburb below to review the profile of each BMX track
Ashmore Village Park - 99 Currumburra Road, Ashmore (BMX only)
An absolute premier track for BMX right in the heart of the Gold Coast. A top grade track and host to regional and state titles. Free and open to the public at times of non events.
Corner of Cayuga Street and Mortensen Road, Nerang (BMX only)
A regional facility catering to all levels. Please contact the club for opening hours, as the facility is not open to the public.
The following is a list of freestyle BMX tracks -
Tallebudgera - Dolan Family Park, Dungogie Drive, Tallebudgera
Parkwood - Abbott Park, 12 Woodlands Way, Parkwood
Parkwood - Driftwood Park, Driftwood Place, Parkwood
Elanora - Elanora Oval, Park Court, Elanora
Burleigh - Deodar Park, 2 Omao Avenue, Burleigh Waters
Upper Coomera - Upper Coomera Adventure Parklands, 221 Reserve Road, Upper Coomera
Jacobs Well - Riesenweber Park, 3 Bay Drive, Jacobs Well