Explore the Coast's top skate parks

The Sunshine Coast has more than 25 skate parks catering to a variety of skill levels.


Whether you skate, scoot or blade, grab your wheels of choice and check out our top skate parks.

Alex Skate Park


A favourite on the Coast, Alex Skate Park is one of the largest and most popular skate parks in Queensland. Located right on the water at Alexandra Headland, it is a picturesque place to hone your skills. Alex Skate Park is the place to be.

Amenities: Toilets, drinking fountains, and connection pedestrian pathways and adjacent playground, barbecues, shelter and picnic tables.
Location: Next to the Alex Surf Club on Alexandra Pde, Alexandra Headland.
Nearby: Located right next the Alex Surf Club and across the road from some fantastic cafes and restaurants.


Nambour Skate Park


Nambour Skate Park and Youth Activity Precinct is one of the most exciting skate parks on the Coast. The award-winning facility hosts a basketball half-court, shade structures, terrace seating, pathways, shade trees, climbing structures, a playground and community event spaces.

Amenities: drinking fountains, toilets, playground, barbecues, shelter and picnic tables
Location: Quota Memorial Park**,** Corner of Mathew St and Ann St in Nambour.
Nearby: Goong’Gai’Ba Indigenous Garden and the Veteran Memorial Space and Cenotaph


Coolum Beach Skate Park


Coolum Skate Park is located in Tickle Park on the northern side of the Coolum Surf Club. Coolum Skate Park has a continuous bowl, junior halfpipe, grind block, slide rail, vertical wall drops, manual pod and pump feature. With plenty of shade this skate park is a perfect place to skate all year round.

Amenities: Toilets, drinking fountains, playground, barbecues, shelter and picnic tables
Location: 1775-1779 David Low Way, Coolum Beach
Nearby: Coolum Surf Club and plenty of fantastic cafes and restaurants or pack a picnic and enjoy it in the many picnic shelters nearby.


Dicky Beach Skate Park


A favourite for locals, the Dicky Beach Skate Park boasts high-quality ramps, rails, grind ledges, quarter pipes and stairs. Plus, there’s a shaded seating area for spectators to enjoy the action. The park also includes the story and propeller from the SS Dicky wreck as a feature in the precinct.

Amenities: drinking fountains, toilets, beach showers, playground, barbecues, shelter and picnic tables
Location: Beerburrum Street, Dicky Beach.
Nearby: Dicky Beach Surf Club, Dicky Beach Holiday Park and across the road from some cafes and restaurants.


Baringa Skate Plaza


The new Baringa Skate Plaza located at the southern end of the Coast is a modern street-style plaza skatepark. Designed for all levels of skaters the park includes a combination of jumps, rails and ramps to show off your skills to family and friends. The all-ages park includes a variety of modern street obstacles that span over a large concrete surface through shaded and open areas.

Amenities: Toilets, barbeques, drinking fountains, shelter and picnic tables.
Location: Edwards Terrace, Baringa, 4551
Nearby: Baringa Town Square.


Our Sunshine Coast community has access to:

  • 1180 recreation parks and open spaces
  • 45 kilometres of beaches and foreshore
  • 321 barbecues
  • 1,343 shelters
  • 379 playgrounds
  • 28 skate parks
  • 45 dog exercise areas
  • 73 basketball courts
  • 55 fitness areas in parks
  • 178 showers
  • 365 drinking fountains
  • 198 public amenities

For an aerial view of a park or to locate park facilities, visit Council’s website and search “Beaches and Park Directory” which includes an interactive map.

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