Mudgee Skate Park

Mudgee Skate Park upgrade was officially opened with the help of an excited group of young people on the first day of Summer School Holidays.

Council met with users of Mudgee Skate Park during an onsite meeting last year to discuss and listen to ideas and options for the upgrade of the park.

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

Located on the corner of Perry and Horatio streets, the park extension includes pipes, box jumps, bowls, spines, step ups and street obstacles as well as further drainage.


Mudgee Skate Park upgrade was officially opened with the help of an excited group of young people on the first day of Summer School Holidays.

Council met with users of Mudgee Skate Park during an onsite meeting last year to discuss and listen to ideas and options for the upgrade of the park.

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

Located on the corner of Perry and Horatio streets, the park extension includes pipes, box jumps, bowls, spines, step ups and street obstacles as well as further drainage.


  • Community Invited to Mudgee Skate Park Opening

    9 months ago
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    Children and their families are invited to Mudgee Skate Park for a free ice block to celebrate the official opening of the new park upgrade.

    Mayor Des Kennedy will officially open the $250,000 park extension on Thursday 20 December in time for the first day of School Holidays.

    “We hope to see many children and their families come along and try out the new park that was developed with ideas provided by the community,” Cr Kennedy said.

    “Bring the kids down to collect their free ice block and take a run on this fantastic new facility.”

    Council met with users...

    Children and their families are invited to Mudgee Skate Park for a free ice block to celebrate the official opening of the new park upgrade.

    Mayor Des Kennedy will officially open the $250,000 park extension on Thursday 20 December in time for the first day of School Holidays.

    “We hope to see many children and their families come along and try out the new park that was developed with ideas provided by the community,” Cr Kennedy said.

    “Bring the kids down to collect their free ice block and take a run on this fantastic new facility.”

    Council met with users of Mudgee Skate Park during an onsite meeting earlier this year to discuss and listen to ideas and options for the upgrade of the park.

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

    Mudgee Skate Park will be formally opened at 10am Thursday 20 December following the short ceremony free ice blocks will be handed out.

    All residents welcome.


  • Mudgee Skate Park Closure - update

    11 months ago
    Mudgee skate park project update

    The main bowl section of Mudgee Skate Park will be closed to the public from Friday (2 November) to allow for drainage works as part of the park upgrade.

    The main bowl section of Mudgee Skate Park will be closed to the public from Friday (2 November) to allow for drainage works as part of the park upgrade.

  • Construction begins at Mudgee Skate Park

    11 months ago
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    Construction has commenced on the $240,000 redevelopment of Mudgee Skate Park. Council engaged with users of the park earlier this year and their ideas were incorporated into a design that was placed on public exhibition.

    The upgraded park will feature new additions including pipes, box jumps, bowls, spines, step ups and street obstacles as well as further drainage, shade and seating.

    The Eastern side of the park will be closed from now until the end of the month to allow for construction.

    Construction has commenced on the $240,000 redevelopment of Mudgee Skate Park. Council engaged with users of the park earlier this year and their ideas were incorporated into a design that was placed on public exhibition.

    The upgraded park will feature new additions including pipes, box jumps, bowls, spines, step ups and street obstacles as well as further drainage, shade and seating.

    The Eastern side of the park will be closed from now until the end of the month to allow for construction.