Leisure

Skate Boarding & Skate Parks

 

San Remo Regional Skate Park and Play Space

In line with Council’s Bass Coast Skate Strategy 2018-2028, Bass Coast Shire Council has carried out preliminary planning and stakeholder consultation to build a regional facility that enhances the San Remo Foreshore and provides skate and play opportunities for the whole community.

There is significant community interest in the Project and Council is committed to providing timely and relevant updates to keep everyone informed.

Please refer to our ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ (FAQs). This document provides answers to all questions received so far from the community. If you have a question that has not been addressed, please let us know. The FAQs will be updated as planning progresses.

 

Bass Coast Skate Strategy 2018

We encourage all skating and wheeled sports enthusiasts to read through the:

Locations

There are three skate parks and a mini-ramp in Bass Coast:

Mobile Skate Ramp

Council’s Mobile Skate Ramp rotates between Corinella, Coronet Bay, Grantville and Newhaven, providing those communities and surrounding townships a fun, all abilities skate facility. To see when it will be in your area, download the Relocation Calendar (PDF 2.1MB).

The mobile ramp is maintained and relocated by Mobile Skate Parks Australia, owners and creators of the ramp on a set calendar each year.

Safe Skating

Riding skateboards, rollerblades, BMXs and scooters are popular activities among many local youth and visitors. Remember -  injuries can easily be prevented by wearing basic protective gear - so make sure you wear it!

 

 

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