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The City has a variety of skate facilities to choose from!
Keep your eye out for upcoming Skate/ BMX/ Scooter clinics, workshops and comps!
The King of the Hill Skate Park Series is a collaborative project between City of Gosnells, City of Canning, City of Belmont, City of Armadale and headspace Armadale that is overseen by the Gosnells/Canning Youth Collaboration Action Network.
It is a series of skate and scooter competitions to give young people a chance to demonstrate their skills and compete for over $10,000 in cash and prizes. In February, the City of Armadale hosted a qualifying heat at the Cross Park Skate Park in Roleystone.
Stay tuned to find out the dates and locations for next year's qualifiers and final heat or for more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City partners with the team at Skateboarding WA who run a series of free skate clinics at the local skate parks in the Summer months. All ages and skill levels are welcome – skateboards and helmets provided.
These clinics will resume from October 2017 onwards. Stay tuned for dates which will be posted here and on the City's Facebook page.
The City of Armadale’s Youth Activity Area (YAA) on Orchard Avenue has been a hive of activity and entertainment since its opening. The YAA has quickly become a feature of the Armadale CBD, with countless young people travelling from all over the region to try out the modern street-real features of the park.
The YAA is one of the most innovative youth spaces in the district and includes:
- Skate plaza with ramp, rails and steps
- Flat bank
- Two taco skate features
- Freedom 'moon' structure catering for BMX
- Heavy duty skateable seating
- Custom designed steel structures
- A large video wall, made up for nine
- 47" Sony LCD panels
- A 10-speaker audio system with in-ground garden speakers
- Shaded lawn areas
- Native garden beds
Armadale YAA and skate park is located at 7 Orchard Avenue, Armadale.
The Roleystone Skate Park provides local young people with a space for social interaction and physical activity. In addition, this facility also caters for the wider community through the creation of a welcoming and accessible community space. Scooter, BMX and skateboarding continue to be popular activities and the youth now have a fun and safe venue to showcase their talent.
The facility was brought to life after extensive community consultation with local young people and Roleystone community members.Two design workshops with local youth and two community briefing sessions were held. These forums were well attended and provided fundamental feedback for the development of the Cross Park Skate Park which was facilitated by Convic Design in partnership with the City of Armadale.
The redevelopment works include a high quality riding facility featuring plazas, transitions, banks, hubbas, ledges and public seating.
For more information on the Roleystone Cross Park Skate Park contact the City's Community Development Officer on (08) 9394 5637.
Cross Park Skate Park is located at Wygonda Road, Roleystone.
The Forrestdale Skate Park was again designed based on feedback from local youth to develop concept plans for the space.
The area is a fantastic hub for young people in the Forrestdale area with the following features:
- Grind rails
- Quarter pipe
- Jump box
- Bank ramps
For more information on the Forrestdale Skate Park contact the City's Community Development Officer on (08) 9394 5637.
Forrestdale Skate Park is located at the corner Weld Street and Armadale Road, Forrestdale.
Reg Williams Reserve, Numulgi Street, Armadale