Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our skate parks are currently closed until further notice to keep our community safe. Sorry for any inconveniences caused.
Noble Park Skate Park
The Noble Park Skate Park is a premier skate park unique to all other skate parks within south eastern Melbourne, due to its special design featuring a plaza, snake-run and bowl.
Location: Memorial Drive, Noble Park (corner of Heatherton Road)
Open: Dawn till 10pm
Part of the youth precinct for Ross Reserve, the park was designed and built by team led by specialist skate park designer Jon McGrath – a Noble Park and professional skater.
About the park:
The skate park development is part of the Ross Reserve Master Plan
The skate park different to Dandenong’s Hemming Park skate park and other skate parks within south eastern Melbourne because the elements that have been incorporated are not replicated in any other skate park
This design consists of three elements known as a Plaza, Snake-run and Bowl
The incorporation and integration of the new Kofu drinking fountain into the design signifies and celebrates the sister city relationship between the Rotary Clubs of Noble Park and Kofu, Japan
There are regular activities and competitions on at the skate park so head down or check youth.greaterdandenong.com for upcoming events.
Hemmings Park Skate Park
The Hemmings Park Skate Park is a popular venue for young people within our community, particularly during school holidays, on weekends and after school. Not only does the skate park ensure our young people are active but it is also a great opportunity for young people with similar interests to socialise.
Other features of Hemmings Park include:
BBQ facilities and sheltered picnic areas
Location: 61A Princes Highway, Dandenong
Open: Unrestricted access 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Casual Hire of Skate Parks in Greater Dandenong
Both skate parks are available for casual hire for a range of activities and events.
To book one of Council's skake parks, you will be required to complete an application form and submit it to Council’s Festivals and Events team for accessment. Please apply well in advance of your event to ensure all details are supplied to Council.
No matter how big or small your event is, please ensure you submit an application form. That way we can ensure the skate parks and toilets are cleaned and maintained and we can also advise you if there are any other conflicting events, advise you of any safety issues and help promote your event.
Please note that the hire of the skate park does not include the reservation of buildings, barbeques or shelters. Barbeques and shelters are available on the day on a first come, first served basis.
If you have any questions or would like to know about the availability and costs, email the Festivals and Events team via firstname.lastname@example.org