Gordon Public Park - Skate Park Design

Project Overview

Have Your Say on the draft skate park design for the Gordon Public Park.

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The Gordon Public Park Masterplan (endorsed September 2015) recommended the installation of a skate park.

Further consultation was undertaken by the Gordon Public Park Committee of Management with the local young people also identified support for a skate park. 

In response to the feedback received, and the space available at the park, a draft design for the skate park has been developed but we'd like further input from you and your friends. 

We are seeking feedback on what you would like to see included in the draft design to assist with creating a space that meets the needs of local skaters and the community. 


Take This Survey before it closes on Thursday 30 December 2021. 

Gordon Public Park Skatepark FAQ

Q: Who is designing the skate park?

A: We have appointed CONVIC (https://convic.com/) a specialist skate park design company that are highly experienced in both the design and construction of skate parks as well as in the engagement and consultation of skate park users.

Q: What are some of the proposed features of the draft skate park design?

A: The draft design currently features quarter pipes, kicker to block, flat rail, slappy kerb, garden bed ledge and a manual pad. However these features may change based on the feedback received through this consultation process.

Q: When will work start on the new skate facility?

A: Following feedback from the community, detailed plans will be developed by our expert skate facility designers – CONVIC - with the aim to commence construction of the skate park in February 2022.

A recommendation of the Gordon Public Park Masterplan (endorsed September 2015) is the installation of a skate park.

To help us implement this recommendation and build an amazing skate park that meets the needs of the local community, we would like your input on the draft design as well as any other ideas you might have for the skate park.