Wodonga Council
Skate park and pump track

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Skate park and pump track

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Wodonga's skate parks

Wodonga has two public skate parks in operation:
  • James Scott Memorial Skate Park, Willow Park, Pearce Street, Wodonga and;
  • Baranduda Bowl, Sage Court, Baranduda.

James Scott Memorial Skate Park has urban plaza elements such as rails, steps and ledges, as well as two refuge areas with seating, banked walls and a funbox. The jumpbox and quarter pipe from the existing park were upgraded in 2012 to allow multi-directional travel into the snake run.

The Baranduda Bowl, was built in 2004, is adjacent to the Baranduda Reserve. This facility includes two grind rails, sub-box and bowl with shallow and deep sections. 

Users must wear protective gear including a helmet when using either skate park and obey all signage onsite


 Birallee Park pump track 

The pump track at Birallee Precinct is located in the south-west corner of the park . The first stage was opened to the public on March 20, 2020 with the second stage completed in November 2021.

The track was included to enhance the quality of the informal recreational opportunities in the precinct and complement the nearby BMX track. The design was based on feedback from the community, mountain bike clubs, and the BMX club.

It is one of several high-quality pump tracks in the region, with many riders from the North East and surrounding municipalities becoming regular visitors of the track. 

The two tracks side by side will naturally separate the beginners from the more experienced riders. It will also provide the opportunity for racing-type activities and events, as well as provide a pathway for young riders in the area to move into the local BMX or mountain bike clubs.  

The pump track also includes a shade trail adjoining the park.