Edge Skatepark




The $1.5m Edge Skatepark is one of Western Australia’s biggest skating facilities. The 1800m2 Skatepark features a competition-level bowl, street section, beginner's area, parkour obstacles and a basketball half-court. 

Everyone is welcome at The Edge Skatepark, whether they skateboard, scooter, BMX, rollerblade or enjoy basketball or parkour. The various skating zones allow users of all ages and skill levels to enjoy this inclusive space.

The Edge Skatepark has been designed in consultation with local skaters, young people and parents.
Kwinana's rich industrial history is reflected in the Edge Skatepark, with metal textures, industrial-inspired patterns and steel pipework throughout. Elements of the ocean, industrial area and natural environment are represented in the colour scheme, while pylons recovered from the Kwinana Jetty have been creatively repurposed as public art. 

The Edge Skatepark was designed in consultation with the local community including young people, parents, skaters and a specially-formed Skatepark Reference Group. 

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The Edge Skatepark includes:

  • competition-level bowl; 
  • beginners area;
  • street area;
  • jumps run;
  • half pipe; 
  • parkour area; 
  • bike and skateboard repair station
  • basketball half court; and
  • amenities including phone charging stations, free WiFi, drink fountains, bins, lighting, seating and a shelter.


The Edge Skatepark is centrally located at Calista Oval alongside the multi-award winning Kwinana Adventure Park and opposite the Zone Youth Space

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Opening Hours

The Edge Skatepark is open to the public during daylight hours and evenings until 11pm. User-operated lights can be turned on by pressing a button located on a white pole near the basketball court. These lights are programmed to turn off after 30 minutes, with a warning siren five minute prior.  Lights can be accessed until 11pm. 

Getting There

The Edge Skatepark is well-serviced by public transport, with buses 540, 541 and 549 stopping nearby. Please visit Transperth for timetables.  The City encourages the use of active transport such as  walking, skating or riding when visiting the Skatepark.

This project has been jointly funded by the City of Kwinana, Lotterywest and the Department of Sport and Recreation. 

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