Local Skate Spot/Node
Size: 50m2 - 250m2, Catchment: 1km
A local level facility servicing the immediate area. It's a small skateable facility with up to six skate elements. Minimal supporting infrastructure is provided at these sites however includes seating, pathways and access to water if possible.
Size: 50-400m2, Catchment: 3km
A small scale space that caters for users of a local catchment only. These facilities aim to cater for a number of uses e.g. scooter, BMX, skateboard etc. The target for these facilities will be less experienced users with a focus on beginner and intermediate riders. Basic amenities should be provided including seating, bins, access to water and shade.
Size: 500 – 700m2, Catchment: 5km
A facility that services the Planning Area in which it's located. It aims to provide opportunities for skill progression from beginner, intermediate and advanced. A district facility should have the ability to host events with toilets nearby preferable. Supporting infrastructure and pedestrian and bicycle connections are critical to the space.
Size: Minimum 800m2, Catchment: Citywide
Services the entire local government area. It is a purpose built facility containing ample space and components to provide for a variety of different skilled users. It's easily accessible by public transport and cars and forms part of a broader youth space, e.g. sporting fields, half/full multipurpose court, performance space etc.