Gulgong Skate Park

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The newly redeveloped Gulgong Skate Park has been completed and is now open.

Earlier this year, Council engaged with users of the existing park who provided a ‘wish-list’ for the new facility.

These submissions were incorporated into design concepts that were placed on public exhibition with the community voting on their preferred design.

Located at Billy Dunn Oval on Nandoura Street, the new concrete-based park includes a half pipe, grind rail and spine.

Shaded seating has recently been installed at the park with landscaping due to be completed in the coming months.

The newly redeveloped Gulgong Skate Park has been completed and is now open.

Earlier this year, Council engaged with users of the existing park who provided a ‘wish-list’ for the new facility.

These submissions were incorporated into design concepts that were placed on public exhibition with the community voting on their preferred design.

Located at Billy Dunn Oval on Nandoura Street, the new concrete-based park includes a half pipe, grind rail and spine.

Shaded seating has recently been installed at the park with landscaping due to be completed in the coming months.

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  • Gulgong Skate Park Officially Opened

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    over 1 year ago

    The newly redeveloped Gulgong Skate Park was officially opened by Mayor of the Mid-Western Region Des Kennedy today.

    Earlier this year, Council engaged with users of the existing park who provided a ‘wish-list’ for the new facility.

    These submissions were incorporated into design concepts that were placed on public exhibition with the community voting on their preferred design.

    Mayor of the Mid-Western Region, Des Kennedy said Council received a positive number of submissions from the community towards the project.

    “Gulgong Skate Park is a fantastic example of Council and the community working together to achieve a...

    The newly redeveloped Gulgong Skate Park was officially opened by Mayor of the Mid-Western Region Des Kennedy today.

    Earlier this year, Council engaged with users of the existing park who provided a ‘wish-list’ for the new facility.

    These submissions were incorporated into design concepts that were placed on public exhibition with the community voting on their preferred design.

    Mayor of the Mid-Western Region, Des Kennedy said Council received a positive number of submissions from the community towards the project.

    “Gulgong Skate Park is a fantastic example of Council and the community working together to achieve a great outcome for the region,” Cr Kennedy said.

    “This will be a well-used active space for generations of children and young people to come.”

    The new concrete-based park includes half pipe, grind rail and spine.

    Shaded seating is due to be installed at the park in coming weeks followed by landscaping in the New Year.


  • Gulgong Skate Park Closure - Update

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    over 1 year ago

    Due to unforeseen circumstances the existing Gulgong Skate Park will be removed the week beginning 15 October not 24 September as previously advised.

    It is anticipated Gulgong Skate Park will be closed from Monday 15 October to allow for the removal of the existing park and construction of the new park.

    Access will not be permitted from next week until completion of the project.

    The project has been co-ordinated around the availability of contractors. Council apologises for any inconvenience this may cause.

    The upgrade is jointly funded by Council and the NSW Government through its Clubgrants Infrastructure Grants Program.

    Due to unforeseen circumstances the existing Gulgong Skate Park will be removed the week beginning 15 October not 24 September as previously advised.

    It is anticipated Gulgong Skate Park will be closed from Monday 15 October to allow for the removal of the existing park and construction of the new park.

    Access will not be permitted from next week until completion of the project.

    The project has been co-ordinated around the availability of contractors. Council apologises for any inconvenience this may cause.

    The upgrade is jointly funded by Council and the NSW Government through its Clubgrants Infrastructure Grants Program.