Chifley Skate Park features a large skate bowl and a large street skate area providing two distinct zones for street and bowl skating.
The Skate Park is located in Chifley Sports Reserve and is best accessed from the footpath on Bunnerong Road. The facility also includes shade structures, bicycle racks and drinking fountains are located nearby.
The Chifley Skate Park was officially opened by Randwick Mayor Noel D’Souza on 17 December 2015.
To help design the new skate park, Council set up an advisory group of local experienced skaters, skate park design specialists, consulting Engineers and Council Landscape Architects.
This group developed the design which includes a pump hump, euro gap, hubbas, grind rails, a boomerang bowl, taco, transitions, a wedge bank with hubbas, shelter and weather screening, seating and landscaping with native plants.
The skate park is part of an overall upgrade works to the Chifley Sports Reserve (formerly known as the Women’s Athletics Field) which also includes a new base field, large multi-purpose playing fields, all-abilities children playground and amenities buildings.