Byron Bay's epic new skate park, Jarjumirr Park, is open!
The competition level, all abilities, all ages skate park features:
Our community have campaigned for this skate park for more than 30 years.
The Sandhills Skate Park has received $2.05 million from the NSW Government in funding support with an additional $600,000 from Byron Shire Council.
Aerial view of the Byron Skate Park with Cape Byron and the Lighthouse in the background
Jarjumirr Park sign Byron Skate Park
Aerial view of the beginner and intermediate bowls at the Byron Skate Park
Aerial view of Byron Bay Skate Park
Byron Skate Park pathways
Byron Skate Park bowl
Byron Skate Park indigenous stories and signs
Byron Skate Park climbing rock
Byron Skate Park Jarjumirr Park
Byron Skate Park seating and ramps
Byron Skate Park seating area
Byron Skate Park shaded areas
Byron Skate Park spectator area
Byron Skate Park table tennis table
Yarning circle Byron Skate Park
The Bundjalung of Byron Bay Arakwal people and Tweed Byron Local Aboriginal Land Council played have played a critical role in enabling this project to be delivered for Byron Shire on this land.
We worked with the Arakwal Corporation to learn more about the stories connected with this site and incorporated these into the design and functionality of the space. This also informed:
The skate park and recreation hub in the Sandhills Estate project will:
The park was designed and built by Convic, one of the top-rated skate park design companies in the world.
The new Byron Bay Skate Park is located at 1 Gilmore Cresent, Byron Bay.
Access is via Middleton Street, near the Byron Bay library, while works are ongoing on Gilmore Cresent.
Jim Roberts, Coordinator Open Space
02 6626 7000