Bondi skate park volunteer group

Bondi Skate Park in Bondi Park began life in 1991 as two skate ramps. In 2004, after extensive community consultation, the current skate park was constructed.

Bondi Skate Park is a source of great pride for local skaters and Waverley Council values the partnership with its volunteers in caring for this fantastic facility. Set up in September 2010, the Bondi Skate Park Volunteer Group supports the activities and assists in the maintenance of the skate park.

Main tasks include:

  • sweeping sand and removing rubbish from the skate park
  • removing grafitti
  • washing down the Bowl and other skate surfaces
  • removing gum, stickers and other adhesives
  • sealing the coping and/or Bowl area
  • repairing small holes and divots in the skating surface
  • keeping the surrounding garden area clean.

For more details about the jobs that the skate park volunteers perform view the Skate Park Volunteer Group Job Description.

A full description of the program can be viewed at Procedures for the Skate Park Volunteers.

How can I be a member of the Bondi Skate Park Volunteer Group?

Simply fill out the volunteer application form.

Safety at Bondi Skate Park

The skate park is located in a highly visible area that is accessible by public transport and has many amenities. The location provides young people with a world class facility in a spectacular beach location without adversely affecting residents or the amenity of other beach users.  

Skate Park users must respect all other users of the park, the general public and park facilities.  

Click here to download the Bondi Skate Park Safety Guidelines.