Pizzey Park Skatepark

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 skated today. It’s rough, gnarly and unbelievably slippery when wet as it’s painted. Be sure to watch out for morning dew as anything in the shade will be wet. It has pool coping all round and a couple of rollins.

Much has changed around this landmark spot with an entire million dollar skatepark built around it. This includes a pro bowl, half bowl, big play bowl with 3ft to 5ft transitions, banks, hubbas, stairs, ledges, rails, fun boxes, and more.

The park has all the mod cons you could want including good lighting for night skating, seats, shade and bins. There’s bathrooms a small skate away and shops just down the road.

Update: 2021

An entirely new Olympic standard upgrade is underway at Pizzey. The extension is designed to attract international events to the skatepark. We’ll keep you updated as it begins to take shape.

How to get to Pizzey Park Skatepark

Public transport stops close by. If travelling by car there’s plenty of parking and it’s easy to find with the road running off from pacific fair. This is one of the bigger better parks on the GC, so if you’re in the area drop by for a skate.

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  1. […] up a few of the icons and a few of the lesser known spots on the Gold Coast including Beechmont, Pizzey, Tugun, Salk Skatepark (before the extension) and the Keith Hunt HalfPipe. If you’ve ever […]

  2. […] also hits up Nimbin, Runaway Bay, Elanora, Pizzey, and Lismore to name a few. In-between there’s plenty of street, ditches, and some […]

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