Information about skate parks and spots in the City of Whittlesea.
*Please note: From Monday 30 March 2020 all playgrounds, skateparks and outdoor gyms are CLOSED following an announcement from the Prime Minister to help stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Local skaters, scooters and BMX riders can look forward to upgrades to Epping Skate Escape and Laurimar Skate Park in the next 1-3 years, as well as a new district skate park in Mernda in the next 4-6 years.
These projects have been proposed in our Cycle and Skate Sports Strategy 2015-2025, which was adopted by Council on 6 October 2015.
Norris Bank Reserve
McLeans Road, Bundoora (Melway 9 H11)
Epping Skate Escape is the City of Whittlesea’s regional skate park.
It caters for skateboarders, scooters, in-line skaters and BMX riders from beginners to intermediate ability.
It also features a deep bowl that requires a high level of experience.
McDonalds Road, Epping (Melway 184 J11)
Darebin Creek Parklands
Greenbrook Drive, Epping (Melway 182 D11)
Laurimar Recreation Reserve
Painted Hills Drive, Doreen (Melway 391 E5)
Sycamore BMX Track is accessible to the public for BMX training and practice. This track is scheduled for redevelopment in 2018, after which the track will be available for competition use.
Sycamore Recreation Reserve
Mill Park (Melway 9 E4)
These facilities are located adjacent to the Whittlesea Swimming Pool, within walking distance to shops, public toilets and bus stops.
Walnut Street, Whittlesea (Melway 246 H8)