Multi-faceted street skating paradise
City Of Rockingham
Hipped Quarter Pipe
The City Of Rockingham wanted a multi-faceted street skating paradise to complement the existing open bowl in Singleton’s neighbouring suburb of Golden Bay. We worked hard to deliver something that surpassed their expectations.
Our design focused on both technical skating and a traditional park vibe, blending tech objects like skateable steps, down ledges, rails, edges and street banks with ever-popular features like banked hips, a hipped quarter pipe and plenty of flat ground. This allows riders to gain maximum flow while having endless possibilities of how to utilise the terrain.
To make the park even more youth and family-focused, we added a basketball court and ample area for relaxing and spectating.
With a large open bowl already situated in the neighbouring suburb of Golden Bay, The City of Rockingham contracted Skate Sculpture to design an innovative and contemporary street inspired skate park for the youth of Singleton.
Located in the Laurie Stanford Reserve parkland, Singleton is a beautiful beachside suburb between Rockingham and Mandurah, 60 kilometres south of Perth city.