Skate and BMX parks

Council manages three skate and BMX facilities across Port Phillip including two skateable areas and one BMX track.
  • From 23 July to 6 August, weather permitting, the Council will be resetting the coping tiles in a small section of St Kilda Skatepark which will be closed to the public. The rest of the skatepark will remain open for use.

Graham Street Skate Space

Underneath the Graham Street overpass has been transformed into a multi-recreation site with a skate park and adjacent asphalt basketball courts.

The Graham Street Skate Space has:

  • trainee ramps
  • fun box hip
  • high manual pad
  • quarter pipes
  • flat bank
  • grind box
  • grind rail.

The skate park is under the cover of the overpass, so skaters are able to use it all year round.

Address: 252 Graham St, Port Melbourne

Graham Street Skate space under the Graham Street overpass is used by skaters for recreation

Graham Street Skate Space

Marina Reserve Skate Park

Located at 29 Marine Parade St Kilda, Marina Reserve has a skate park, public toilets, beachside BBQ, picnic and play area, accessible walking paths and bike lane.

Marina Reserve Skate Space has:

  • granite coping
  • flyouts
  • smaller and medium trannys
  • banks
  • hips
  • rollovers.

Head to the Marina Reserve page for more information or to check out the Marina Reserve Webcam.

Marina Skate Park being used for recreation by skaters

Marina Reserve Skate Park

Port Melbourne BMX Track

Located on the corner of Turville Place and Stokes Street, Port Melbourne, this 140m long oval shaped track is the only BMX track in Port Phillip. The track includes 6 mounds and provides the community with a valuable alternative for spaces to ride their bike.

Address: Turville Place, Port Melbourne

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