City of Wodonga


Skate parks

Wodonga has two public skate parks in operation - James Scott Memorial Skate Park and the Baranduda Bowl. 

James Scott Memorial Skate Park at Willow Park located off Pearce St, Wodonga (view map) was redeveloped in 2012 after extensive consultation with users.

The new skate park has urban plaza elements such as rails, steps and ledges, as well as two refuge areas with seating, banked walls and a funbox.

The jumpbox and quarter pipe from the existing park were also upgraded to allow multi-directional travel into the snake run.

Baranduda Bowl (view map), built in 2004, is adjacent to the Baranduda Reserve.

This facility includes two grind rails, sub-box and bowl with shallow and deep sections.

The Baranduda Bowl focuses on the intermediate to advanced users.

Both skate parks are popular with people of all ages on scooters, skateboards, BMXs and rollerblades.

Users must wear protective gear including a helmet when using either skate park and obey all signage onsite.

Our recreation team has been guided by the Skate, BMX and Mountain Bike Strategy.

close up of skateboard


PDFSkate, BMX and Mountain Bike Strategy (PDF 771KB)

Last updated: 13-12-2012

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