One of only a couple of proper downhill pump tracks in Australia that we have come across to date. Although the pump track is rough and covered with chalkies, it is rad to pump and roll down a hill on a course track. Alpine sports discovered that downhill is better than pushing yourself along the flat. Therefore, we believe there may be some good synergy between skateboards, snowboarders and scooter rollers.

The pump track features a thin concrete track, no wider than a standard footpath and has a few build humps and bumps. At the bottom of the course, it flattens out with a couple of mellow banks to splash out on.

A beautiful park with amenities including toilets, BBQs, a basketball court and much more. A fun place for the kids to roll around on whatever floats their boat. Get outdoors and keep moving.

Two Star Skatepark Rating | Skater Maps
MOLENDINAR PUMP TRACK WEATHER
Money Shot
Concrete Skate Bowl
Street Skatepark
Street Skatepark
flat square rail
ledges
Down ledges & gap
Street Section
Street Section
Street Section
Street Section
Street Section
Street Section
Street Section
Pizzey Park Pump Track

Pizzey Park Pump Track

Nestled in the vibrant heart of Miami on the Gold Coast, the newly unveiled Pizzey Park Pump Track promises an adrenaline-packed haven for enthusiasts of all ages. Adjacent to the popular skatepark, this latest addition to the recreational landscape boasts a dynamic...

Whithcott Skatepark

Whithcott Skatepark

Whithcott Skatepark, nestled in rural Queensland, offers a compact yet thrilling experience for skaters and scooter enthusiasts. Despite its age, the concrete terrain holds up admirably, featuring a small mellow open bowl, banks, and a quarter pipe. While the design...

Marburg Skatepark

Marburg Skatepark

Marburg Skatepark, nestled beneath a sprawling tree in Ipswich, Queensland, offers a modest skating experience. While its location provides shade, it also invites debris and chalkies onto its concrete surface, necessitating pre-skate cleaning with a broom or leaf...

WE_light