• Smooth concrete mini with extensions and a bank. Arundel Mini Ramp is located on the side of Olsen Ave in Arundel. Arundel Skate Park Elements There is a mini concrete halfpipe standing at 4 foot. At one end there’s extensions both si...
  • Hidden away, down a hill, at the back of a Football field is where Canungra Skate Park can be found. There’s not much here and it’s very much old school. Canungra Skate Park Elements The park is laid out in a rectangular shape w...
  • Small street setup just back from the main strip at Cooly. The Coolangatta Skate Park is different to most on the GC. It has very little in the way of transitions and no big elements. You won’t find many serious scooter riders here, b...
  • Definitely not your average bowl. Elanora Skate Park is iconic having the first ever full pipe in Australia. Having lights, you can ride here day and night. This is a large bowl and suits experienced riders. Being as deep as it is, it’...
  • The Helensvale Skate Park is popular with Scooter Riders, especially outside of school hours. The surface is a bit rough, and the transitions mild, so it keeps the skateboarders away. But it’s ok to ride on bigger wheels. This is a he...
  • A few small prefab metal ramps on a concrete slab make up Jacobs Well Skate Park. It is setup with a street design of banks and quarters leading into a combo box and rails. Jacobs Well Skate Park Elements The flatland is a rectangular slab....
  • This old concrete beast has been around since the dawn of time. Well maybe not that long, but you get the picture. The Labrador Halfpipe is like nothing else you’ll find on the GC. It has no flat at all as the transitions flow from on...
  • Not far off the highway, Mudgeeraba Skate Park offers up a range of small elements. With nothing over 3ft, you’ll find plenty of the younger crowd here outside of school hours. Mudgeeraba Skate Park Elements Mudgeeraba is a medium siz...
  • Popular spot to ride right next to the M1 on the Gold Coast. Nerang Skate Park has lights, so there’s people there day and night. It’s a good size park with a mix of street and transition. The bowls range from around 5ft to 6ft ...
  • Ormeau Skate Park is a new style park with lots of smooth concrete, street elements and smaller style transitions. It has lights on till 10pm so it’s a good place for a roll after hours. This place is popular with both scooters and sk...
  • Oxenford Skate Ramp is just down the road from the Pacific Pines Skate Park. Unlike its neighbour you’d be lucky to find more than 5 people riding here at any one time. Oxenford Skate Ramp Elements The ramp was put in place only a few...
  • If you’ve ever been to Pacific Pines Skate Park you’ll know this place is popular. There’s at least 10 times the number of scooter riders than there are BMX or Skateboards. It’s good fun too, with a number of spots f...
  • The ramp at Palmy has been around for many years. The Palm Beach Skate Park is a standalone concrete half pipe hidden away down the side of a soccer field. Palm Beach Skate Park Elements Palm Beach is a 6 foot concrete half pipe that was bu...
  • Pimpama skate park is a standalone spine ramp. As it is just the halfpipe by itself, it doesn’t attract the crowds those nearby do. Pimpama Skate Park Elements The Pimpama spine ramp is two halfpipes back to back and joined by a spine...
  • One of the best known skate parks on the Gold Coast. The iconic Pizzey Skatepark has been around for over 30 years and has played host to some great scooter comps. It has a mix of old school and new, with transitions of all shapes and sizes...
  • The Runaway Bay Bowl is a little known spot that is far less popular than the larger skate park up the road. It’s hidden from the road by a grassy hill and only visible by walking or riding near it. Runaway Bowl Elements This is a 3 s...
  • Runaway Bay Skate Park is made up of 2 sections. There’s prefab metal ramps on a concrete slab to one side. Then there’s the large twin bowl. It has lights so you can ride your scooter here day and night. Runaway Bay Skate Park ...
  • Salk Skate Park is on the banks of the Currumbin River. Not only is it a good spot for a ride but you can have a swim afterwards. The skate park has had a recent upgrade and a new section added. There is a real contrast between old and new ...
  • Tucked away behind the Community Hall is where you’ll find the Springbrook Skate Park. It’s an older style concrete park with tight transitions and a mix of street. Springbrook Skate Park Elements A large bank with a rounded top...
  • Not the easiest spot to find, Tamborine Mountain Skate Park is hidden away at the back of the community centre. It’s an older style rough concrete park with a unique layout. Tamborine Mountain Skate Park Elements The skatepark starts ...