Gold Coast Skateparks

The Gold Coast is one of Australia’s best free skate destinations. There are council parks everywhere throughout the city stretching from Cooloongatta in the south through to Ormeau in the north. And they are not your typical dish style either, there are epic skateparks on the GC. Full pipes, cradles, old school to new style obstacles. You’ll also find quite a few Gold Coast Skateparks with lights meaning the area is a great place for skating for free at night. Some of the more popular skate parks include Pizzey Park, Tugun and Nerang.

The Gold Coast has Logan and Brisbane to its north, and Tweed & Northern Rivers to the south. There are some excellent parks in both directions and within only a few hours drive. The weather is pretty good too so skate safaris and weekenders though out the area are always on the cards.

If you’re looking for Skateparks on the Gold Coast and surrounds, think Skateboarder!

Street, Park, Vert Skateparks on the Gold Coast

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The only indoor skatepark on the Gold Coast, this spot is wall to wall radness. There's something for everyone to skate at Level Up Skatepark, no matter ...

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This is a small metal prefab park on a flat concrete base. Jacobs Well Skatepark has ramps either side with a combo box in the middle offering a range of ...

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This old school concrete halfpipe is tucked away beside the football and hockey clubs off 19th Avenue in Palm Beach. It’s around 6ft in height with 8ft flat ...

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It’s really small, it’s really old, it’s really rough. If you look at this as a purpose built skate “facility”, it begs the question, why? I mean Nerang is ...

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Dreamworld Pkwy, Coomera QLD 4209, Australia

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This is one very old, very gnarly concrete beast of a half pipe. It has basically no flat and is one continuous transition. Both sides have a rollin on one ...

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Tucked away in the car park at Billabong Headquarters is the Billabong Mini Ramp. It looks like it'd be great to skate, fun sized, wide, with an extension. ...

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When you first see Helensvale skatepark from the road you think it looks like fun. Double half pipe with spine, various transitions, various heights, rails, ...

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The Pizzey Park Skatepark bowl is iconic on the Gold Coast and known throughout Australia. The old school pool bowl opens up to the water and is still ...

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Runaway Bay Skatepark is popular both day and night, 7 days a week. You'll find both skateboards and bikes here from around 9am to 9pm each day thanks to ...

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The old Runaway Bay Bowl is a simple old school concrete skate bowl that’s been given a new lease on life. Having been resurfaced it’s smooth enough to ride ...

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Varsity Lakes Skatepark was given a major face lift a few years back. It has gone from a small street style setup with banks and quarter to being a pretty ...

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Paccers is a clean concrete skate park located at the northern end of the Gold Coast. It’s also known as the Brockman Way Skatepark, but for most its just the ...

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The standout feature of the Adventure Parklands is the 12ft Upper Coomera Half Pipe. There’s around 10 1/2 feet of transition and around 1 1/2 foot of vert. ...

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Arundel is a smooth fun little ramp and a great place to learn and practice new lip tricks. Beginners will enjoy the smooth concrete surface and the 4ft and ...

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This park underwent a change at the end of 2016 from two quarters and a fun box to a double halfpipe with spine. The Oxenford Skate Ramp has a 5ft spine as ...

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This baby animal chin (double halfpipe with spine) ramp is just off the M1 between the Gold Coast and Brisbane. There is not much else around the area aside ...

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Coolangatta Skatepark is a small streetscape style park with the biggest element being a 3ft quarter. It’s setup with ledges, square track with corner rails ...

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This place is iconic. It has a full pipe, the first ever in Australia, and a big fast bowl. Transitions range from 8ft in the shallows to over 12ft and then ...

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Mudgeeraba is a streetscape style park with nothing over 3ft. There’s plenty of quarters, banks, hips, pyramids and a volcano. There’s also a few rails, grind ...

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The Ormeau Skatepark has a little bit of everything for those that enjoy street skating. Banks, ledges, hips, stairs, volcano, ledges, mini quarters, hubbas, ...

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One of the bigger and better skateparks on the coast. Nerang Skatepark is a great place to spend some quality time with your board. The big U bowl is smooth ...

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Where old school skatepark meets new. An extension earlier this year (2017) by Convic has seen a mix of new smooth concrete sitting right alongside gnarly ...

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A $750,000 upgrade in 2015 put Tugun back on the skate map. Having been around since the 80's, the park extension added a variety of  street elements into the ...

Are there any indoor skateparks on the Gold Coast?

There have been a few over the years, but as of 2021 there is only one open to the public. At the southern end of the Gold Coast in Currumbin Waters is where you’ll find Level Up Skatepark & Training Facility. It is a pay to skate park, but well worth a visit.

Where can I skate at night on the Gold Coast?

If you’re looking to shred at night on the GC, there’s more than a few good options around. Some of the best skateparks are lit up like Christmas trees, and the later you stay the less of a crowd. It’s also cooler in the evening so you can skate harder and longer. The skateparks you’ll want to hit up are Nerang, Elanora, Runaway Bay, Pizzey and Ormeau.

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