Ulladulla Skate Park

With the renewal of the netball courts, the sealing of the carpark, the development of the AFL fields, and the introduction of Croquet to the sports park, Council has resolved to develop the existing Ulladulla Skate Park to be a regional facility.


About the Project

Council has supported a budget allocation of $400,000 over a two-year budget cycle.

The project will be partially funded from the Skate Park Funds 2018/19, additional capital works funding in the 2019/20 budget. Council will also work towards obtaining grant funding as required.

Council is proposing to initially investigate the condition of the existing skate park at Ulladulla Sports Park, through engagement with external expertise. This will identify the existing condition of the park and any remediation works if required. Once this report is finalised, Council staff will advise on the findings to Council by way of a Councillor Briefing. This will identify the next steps and may include either remediation work to the existing park, providing an extension or a combination of both. Council will engage the broader community at this stage of the project.


Community Engagement

The Community will be consulted as the skate park project moves forward.

If you would like to register your interest in this project so we can keep you informed and ask for your feedback, please subscribe via the "Stay Informed" function on this page.

With the renewal of the netball courts, the sealing of the carpark, the development of the AFL fields, and the introduction of Croquet to the sports park, Council has resolved to develop the existing Ulladulla Skate Park to be a regional facility.


About the Project

Council has supported a budget allocation of $400,000 over a two-year budget cycle.

The project will be partially funded from the Skate Park Funds 2018/19, additional capital works funding in the 2019/20 budget. Council will also work towards obtaining grant funding as required.

Council is proposing to initially investigate the condition of the existing skate park at Ulladulla Sports Park, through engagement with external expertise. This will identify the existing condition of the park and any remediation works if required. Once this report is finalised, Council staff will advise on the findings to Council by way of a Councillor Briefing. This will identify the next steps and may include either remediation work to the existing park, providing an extension or a combination of both. Council will engage the broader community at this stage of the project.


Community Engagement

The Community will be consulted as the skate park project moves forward.

If you would like to register your interest in this project so we can keep you informed and ask for your feedback, please subscribe via the "Stay Informed" function on this page.

  • Next Steps for the Project

    4 months ago

    28 February 2019

    Council is releasing a Request for Quote opening on 13 March 2019 for a skatepark design company to design the concept and detail design through community consultation.

    This tender will be closed on 4 April 2019. Information will be sent to community leaders prior to the opening.

    Once a consultant has been confirmed, Council's project page will be updated with information and a more definite timeline will be introduced.

    28 February 2019

    Council is releasing a Request for Quote opening on 13 March 2019 for a skatepark design company to design the concept and detail design through community consultation.

    This tender will be closed on 4 April 2019. Information will be sent to community leaders prior to the opening.

    Once a consultant has been confirmed, Council's project page will be updated with information and a more definite timeline will be introduced.

  • Project Update - Repairs Completed

    4 months ago
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    28 February 2019

    Emergency repairs were completed by Skatecon on 22 February 2019. There are a few more pieces of work that need to be complete but the skatepark is in much better condition. The works were taken from Council direction to repair hazardous areas of the park.

    Concept design and detail design will be conducted by an external professional that will work with Council and the community. Once the concept design has been completed, the design will go before Council for approval. Once this design is approved, the detail design will commence. Council has not allocated funding for a...

    28 February 2019

    Emergency repairs were completed by Skatecon on 22 February 2019. There are a few more pieces of work that need to be complete but the skatepark is in much better condition. The works were taken from Council direction to repair hazardous areas of the park.

    Concept design and detail design will be conducted by an external professional that will work with Council and the community. Once the concept design has been completed, the design will go before Council for approval. Once this design is approved, the detail design will commence. Council has not allocated funding for a new skatepark, only for the ‘shovel ready’ design.

    Once the detail design is complete, Council staff, along with the community can begin researching grant opportunities for funding a new skatepark.