Skateparks with Lights

Just because the sun goes down doesn’t mean you have to stop skating. Find skateparks with lights here and get out on your board for a night skate. You’ll find plenty in most major cities and the odd one here or there in other parts of Australia.

What time do the lights go out?

It’s fairly common at public skateparks across the country to have the lights switch off automatically. This will usually happen around 9pm or 10pm. We have added notes where we know the times ourselves to each of the skateparks listed.

Why skate at night time?

If you’ve never been for a night skate you have no idea what you’re missing. There’s less crowds which means more time on your board. For those of us that work during the day, lights offer an opportunity to head out after work or dinner for a roll.

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This Bracken Ridge Skatepark is relatively new in Brisbane. According to Brisbane City Council, consultation for the park's design was still underway in ...

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Buhk Park, Alexandra Parade, Alexandra Headland QLD 4572, Australia

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The Sugar Bowl Mackay Skatepark was upgraded in 2018 at a cost of $2.2 million. It has all the bells and whistles attached with a 12ft competition bowl, ...

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61 Murray Lyons Cres, Annandale QLD 4814, Australia

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This place just keeps getting bigger and bigger. Multiple upgrades, including one is recent times, sees Browns Plains Skatepark as being one of the best in ...

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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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Woodridge Skatepark is good sized park with a bitumen base that is starting to crack and warp. Concrete is on the older rougher side also so it’s pretty ...

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Paddington Skatepark is arguably one of Brisbane’s most popular skate spots. According to Brisbane City Council the upgrades to the park were ...

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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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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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