BMX, Skate and Scooter

The City’s Youth Services team hold a variety of programs around the sports of Skate, BMX and Scooter. Although the facilities are currently closed based on the governments advice regarding Covid-19.

The Skate Park Festival Series gives local skate boarders, BMX enthusiasts and scooter riders the opportunity to showcase their talents to friends, family and the wider community.

To check out the photos of the 2020 comps head to:

Kinross 8.2.2020 Skate, BMX and Scooter Festival Series 2020 

Carine 1.2.2020 Skate, BMX and Scooter Festival Series 2020 in partnership with The City of Stirling

Mirror Park 7.3.2020 Skate, BMX Scooter Festival Series 2020

For more information or to get involved call with upcoming events call 9400 4929

Outdoor Spaces

Mirror Park Skate Park

Located Mirror Park, Ocean Reef. Access via Ocean Reef Road.

Skate Park Features

Mirror Park Skate Park was built in 2013 and has a skateable area of 750m2. The transition and street style park includes an open 6ft bowl and open 4ft bowl connected with a roller, multidirectional jump box, mini half pipe, jersey barrier, square flat and down rail, several bank to bank hips and has multiple ledge variations.


The skatepark is serviced by a directly adjoining 16-bay car park. It is within 40metres of a playground and toilets are a 150metres away. Accessible Toilets, playground and the skate park are all connected via pathway. The skate park is surrounded by trees and has a shaded area and water fountain. Additional parking including one ACROD bay is located off Venturi Drive.

The skate park is also monitored by 24-hour CCTV, including infra-red cameras for low light.

Kinross Skate Park

Located MacNaughton Park, Kinross. Access via rear of Kinross Shopping Centre or MacNaughton Crescent.

Skate Park Features

Kinross Skate Park was built in 2001 and has a skateable area of 900m2. The transition dominant park includes an 8ft bowl, 8ft to 4ft spine, rolled bowl hip, multiple 4 ft quarter pipe variants and a 4ft mini half pipe. There are also several low ledges and a large banked area. The skate park has lights which operate every day and turn off at 10pm. An alarm will sound shortly before the lights turn off.


The skatepark is a short walk from a 39-bay carpark, playgrounds and has a drink fountain. There is no toilet or accessible toilet onsite but the neighbouring shopping centre is easily accessed and has toilets. The skate park is fenced to provide a barrier between the playgrounds and skate park.

The skatepark is monitored by 24 hour CCTV.

Shepherds Bush BMX Track

Located 115 Barridale Drive, Kingsley

Pump and Jump Features

Shepherds Bush pump and Jump track was built in 2017 and has a rideable area of 1000m2. The facility is designed for the use of bikes and features two separate jump lines with asphalt take-offs and clay landings. The adjacent jump track features beginner and intermediate features and allows for infinite laps and multiple directional changes. The track is enclosed by bushland fencing and has entry points at the north and south ends.


Shepherds Bush has a 23-bay carpark and one ACROD bay. The park also features a playground, bicycle road skills tracks, adjoining pathways, BBQ and a drink fountain. There are no toilets or accessible toilets on site, the closet public toilet is approximately 500m away. Users can also access the Robertson Road Cycle way that links users to Greenwood train station (2km) and Lake Goollelal.

Shepherds Bush Photo Credit: Common Ground Trails – David Willcox and Sean Lee