Thank you for your feedback

We're building a new skate park in North Curl Curl!

Thank you very much to all who provided ideas (see the Ideas Board) and comments or nominated to join the North Curl Curl Skate Park Project Working Group. Thank you also to the young people who enthusiastically shared their thoughts at the 10 January Skate'N'Say event.

The Project Working Group (PWG) is currently in progress, assisting Council to review community feedback and refine the design brief. They will then work with the appointed consultant to finalise the design. The PWG is comprised of:

  • local youth - skaters
  • local residents
  • local parents
  • skate industry professionals
  • Council staff

The North Curl Curl Skate Park has been eagerly awaited on by many and is an identified feature of the North Curl Curl Community Centre Masterplan.

The final design for the skate park will need to align with the size and nature of the allocated area, and the project budget and timeline.


The vision of the North Curl Curl Community Centre Masterplan is to provide a multi-use facility that promotes shared use and inter-generational engagement. To create cohesion with the rest of the precinct, we'd like to explore an environmental theme for the skate park and promote a space to play, teach and learn.

With this in mind, we encourage the community to help us identify some guiding principles for the skate park design.

One option is to build a skate facility that meets skating needs not already catered to on the Northern Beaches. Click here to access information about current skate facilities on the Northern Beaches.

The intent of the North Curl Curl Community Centre Masterplan is to provide a long term strategy for improvements to be undertaken over the 2019-2022 period on the North Curl Curl Community Centre precinct. The overall masterplan is being implemented in stages and has already started with the construction of the community garden and the Council nursery facilities.

Site map of skate area - North Curl Curl Community Centre precinct

Proposed new skate park
Existing trees to remain