Skateboarding, rollerblading, scooter riding and BMX bike riding are both safe and fun activities on off-road tracks. Find out where your nearest skate park or BMX track is located on the Central Coast.
There are 25 skateparks on the Central Coast, all with varying features and suited to all skill levels. These parks are unsupervised and are available for use by skaters, BMX and scooter riders and rollerbladers during daylight hours only. Motorcycles are not permitted.
All facilities have been designed with safety in mind and conform to recognised industry standards. There are signs informing users of the associated risks. The use of protective safety equipment such as helmets and knee and elbow pads is strongly recommended.
Bateau Bay / BATO Yard
EDSACC Oval, The Entrance Road
Ted Doyle Oval, Berkeley Road
Colorado Drive, Blue Haven
Chain Valley Bay
Scaysbrook Avenue, Chain Valley Bay Courts
Hylton Moore Oval
Tunkuwallin Oval, Kanangara Drive
Halekulani Oval, Scenic Drive
Lake Haven Oval, Chelmsford Road
Lake Munmorah Courts, Acacia Avenue
Bloodtree Oval, Bloodtree Road
Paddy Clifton Oval
Bill Sohier Park, Sohier Street
Northlakes Oval, Emu Drive
Extreme Sports Park, Highview Avenue
Picnic Point Reserve, Tuggerah Parade
Terrigal/Banjo's Skate Park
Corner Terrigal Drive and Willoughby Road
Toukley Pool, Heador Street
Peninsula Recreation Precinct
Mascord Oval, Pacific Highway
Watanobbi Park, Harrington Close
There are four BMX Tracks located on the Central Coast where you can learn to ride and practice your skills.
Saltwater Creek Reserve, Tuggerah Parade
Extreme Sports Park, 2 Highview Avenue
Peninsula Recreation Precinct
Terrigal BMX track
The Terrigal BMX track is managed by Terrigal BMX Club. Contact the club via the Terrigal BMX Club web site for more information.
Umina BMX track
The Umina BMX track is suitable for beginner to intermediate level riders. It takes full advantage of its location next to Umina skate park.
San Remo BMX Facility
The San Remo BMX Facility is open for public usage and features a 330 metre BMX track with polymer coating to prevent erosion of the track surface, 5m high start hill with electric start gates and shelter, and competition standard floodlighting to allow for night racing. The amenity building includes a commercial grade kitchen and canteen, scorer’s room, accessible toilets and amenities, plus storerooms.
For any enquiries relating to the San Remo BMX Facility and use of the amenities building, please contact Council. Regular BMX events and meets are run by the San Remo BMX Club, for more information contact the club directly.
Riding on BMX tracks has risk and Council would recommend the wearing of safety equipment including helmet, long pants, long sleeves, shoes and gloves. Also be aware of other riders and ride in the right direction to avoid head on crashes.
Central Coast Council organises skate and BMX events throughout the year to provide opportunities to compete and showcase talents.
Contact our Community Development Team on 02 4306 7900, or visit our Events Calendar to find out about upcoming events.