BMX and Skate Parks

The City of Cockburn has a number of free skate parks in Atwell, Coolbellup and Spearwood. The parks are not actively supervised and children under 10 need to be accompanied by a responsible adult. The City manages two small BMX tracks and the BMX Stadium is located in Cockburn.

Skate Parks in Cockburn 

All City of Cockburn skate parks and BMX Jump tracks are unsupervised. Children under 10 should be supervised by a responsible adult and safety equipment must always be worn. People using the skate and BMX facilities do so at their own risk. Please view the tables below for information on skate parks and BMX tracks in Cockburn.

Skate Park Address Features
Coolbellup Skate Park Len Packham Reserve, corner of Cordelia Avenue and Tybalt Place, Coolbellup Five foot mini ramp, fun-box with rail, spine, flat bank, 1/4 pipe with hip into mini ramp.
Spearwood Skate Park Rockingham Road (not far from Troode Street), Spearwood Enclosed bowl, large wide embankments and quarter pipes, hips and spine, playground attached.
Bibra Lake Skate Park Bibra Drive, opposite Bibra Lake Primary School Vert wall, taco shell and roller kickers. Scooter track playground and Streetball court attached.
Atwell Skate Park Atwell Park, Tapper Road, Atwell Concrete park, large flat banks, six foot mini ramp, spine, stairs with ledge and rail, fun-box with rail, 90 degree hip into mini ramps.

Cockburn pump tracks

Pump Track Address Features
Yangebup Pump Track Perena Rocchi Reserve, corner of Osprey and Moorhen Drive, Yangebup Rolling clay track, Streetball court and playground nearby
South Lake Pump Track South Lake Drive, South Lake near South Lake Ottey Centre Rolling clay track, Streetball court and playground nearby
Hamilton Hill Pump Track Dixon Reserve, Starling Street, west side of Wally Hagan Stadium Rolling clay track
Calleya Pump Track Sapphire Drive, Banjup Bitumen pump track with multiple rollers and corners. The track is approximately 190m long.  There is also an adjacent playground and seated area.
South Beach Pump Track Barrow Park South Beach Promenade South Beach Small clay pump track of approximately 100m.  A nature scape playground is adjoined to the park.

Cockburn BMX Club 

The Main BMX track is situated at Malabar park and is used for competitions and track meets on a Tuesday night. If you would like to ride competition BMX, call the Cockburn BMX Stadium on 0428 334 470.

Girls only clinics

Our girls only clinics are held at Bibra Lake skate park during the school holiday periods on a Tuesday night between 6 and 9pm. They are open to females only and include boards and protective equipment. Coached by professionals whether you are a beginner or more advanced it’s a friendly environment to improve your skills and have some fun.


Jams are a gathering of one or all the disciplines of Bike, Scooter or Skateboard which are accompanied by music and small quick competitions like trick of the night, highest air or longest grind.


This is the formal event. Competitions are structured where a solo rider will take on the park for a series of “runs” and be judged on a selection criteria. The accumulation of the highest points will decide a winner for the day. There are different categories for riders to compete in.

All the Skatepark and Pumptrack events are free.

More information and contact

For more information on skate parks and skate park events, contact the Youth Development Officer on 08 9411 3884 or email

For information on BMX tracks in Cockburn, please call Recreation Services on 08 9411 3444 or email

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9 Coleville Crescent,
Spearwood 6163

PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965

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