Popular parks to BMX and skate
The Gold Coast is home to the most skate and BMX parks in Australia!
- Check out the world-renowned Pizzey Park Bowl
- Nerang skate park, great under lights - every night
- the newly completed Ormeau skate park - great for all levels
- for advanced BMX freestyle riders, check out Upper Coomera Adventure Parklands
- for intermediate riders, try the newly upgraded Burleigh freestyle jumps at Deodar Park.
- Remember your appropriate safety gear and share these great facilities with other users.
- It's important to give way to the more experienced users of the park, especially during peak times.
See below for the details of all Gold Coast skate and BMX parks.
Arthur Earle Park, Nerang (skate/BMX)
Nerang Connection Road, Nerang
This park has a full on plaza, bowl and half pipe to cater for everyone's needs. More information.
156 Olsen Avenue, Arundel
A four foot mini ramp with a small flat bank. Visit the Arundel Skate park website.
Ashmore Village Park, Ashmore (BMX)
99 Currumburra Road, Ashmore
An absolute premier track for BMX, right in the heart of the Gold Coast. A top grade track, host to regional and state titles. Free and open to the public when there are no events scheduled. More information.
Betty Diamond Sports Complex, Tugun (skate/BMX)
Boyd Street, Tugun
The skate park has unique features that complement the current facilities across the city including a replica backyard pool, an old school style corner feature and street obstacles. The skate park includes a new public amenity facility with disabled access at the front of the park. This park is ideal for beginners to advanced users of all ages. More information.
Brockman Way Reserve, Pacific Pines (skate/BMX)
Corner of Brockman Way and Pitcairn Way, Pacific Pines
A great park, 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.
Discovery Park, Helensvale
84 Discovery Drive, Helensvale
An absolute must for all BMX riders. More information.
Elanora Oval, Elanora (skate/BMX)
Park Court, Elanora
Beginners BMX track.
Eleven foot vert bowl, with Australia's first full pipe. More information.
Firth Park, Mudgeeraba (skate)
Somerset Drive, Mudgeeraba
A great park with nothing over four foot. Great flow. More information.
Goodwin Park, Coolangatta (skate/BMX)
2 Lanham Street, Coolangatta
Our skate park upgrade boasts a range of obstacles that are unique. In skate speak they include stencilled brick banks and ledges, a freestanding taco bank and a cantilevered brick, stencilled hip bank. View the footage of some of the Volcom pro skaters that ripped it at the opening event. More information
Janette Green Park, Varsity Lakes (skate/BMX)
1 Cassia Drive, Varsity Lakes
A large street section flowing into a big bowl with capsule. More information.
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.
Pizzey Park, Miami (skate/BMX)
80 Pacific Avenue, Miami
Pizzey Park has the iconic death bowl, now known all over the world. The facility is the biggest skate park on the Gold Coast. More information.
Rufous Whistler Park, Pimpama
Rifle Range Road, Pimpama
Four foot spine ramp, great for beginners. More information.
Runaway Bay Sports Complex, Runaway Bay (skate/BMX)
Oxley Drive, Runaway Bay
Double bowl with a great spine, a separate learn-to-skate area adjacent to the bowl. More information.
Salk Oval, Palm Beach (skate)
16 Thrower Drive, Palm Beach
An old school Mexican hat bowl. More information.
Upper Coomera Adventure Parklands, Upper Coomera
Reserve Road, Upper Coomera
A 12 foot vertical ramp with a smaller pre-fab and steel beginner obstacle street park. Suits all levels. More information.
Viney Park, Coomera (skate/BMX)
2 Yaun Street, Coomera
A beginner style park with some interesting old school hips and banks. More information.