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Regional Skate Park

Detailed designs will be developed in 2019-20 for the proposed Albury Regional Skate Park in David Street.

About this project

There's an allocation of $180,000 in the 2019-20 budget to prepare detailed designs.

The skate park proposal has been guided by skate park users and the wider community through a ‘Have a Say’ process and other feedback channels in 2018 and 2019.

The plan includes:

  • Two covered bowls – one for beginners, the other advanced
  • An extensive street skating section
  • An outdoor half basketball court
  • A fitness/parkour area

We’ve worked with skate park design specialists, PLAYCE, and skate/BMX enthusiasts to create concept designs for a skate park that will put Albury on the map as a destination for skaters and riders from far and wide.

Once the detailed design process is completed, Council will seek grant funding to help make the $2.5M project a reality.

24 February 2020

Detailed design work is well underway and on track to be completed in April. PLAYCE have been consulting with local skaters on refining the designs. Funding has been announced from the NSW Government through Round 3 of Stronger Country Communities ($636K) towards the construction and youth programming. Now that grant funding has been announced the project funding will be reviewed through the 2020-21 budget process.

22 November 2019

PLAYCE has been engaged to develop the detailed designs for the Albury Regional Skate Park. The detailed design process is well underway and is scheduled to be completed in early 2020

June 2019

Project officer Rob Sharpe and skate identity Tim Goddard chat about the next stage of the Regional Skate Park plan.

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