Dicky Beach Skate Park Upgrade

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When council adopted the Dicky Beach Precinct Plan, it included the Dicky Beach Skate Park. It was determined that the skate park would be retained in Dicky Beach Park and upgraded, in line with the original Dicky Beach Precinct Plan design.

Community engagement

Council invited the community to have their say on three proposed design options of the skate park by participating in an online survey.

The survey closed 14 June 2019.

Where to from here

The Dicky Beach Precinct Plan project will be delivered over several years subject to available funding. The first stage of construction, in 2020, will be a new amenities building, with the old building to be demolished to allow more open space. The skate park with then be reconfigured and upgraded in 2021.

Overview

Following community consultation council has now finalised the design for an upgrade to the Dicky Beach Skate Park. Thank you to those people who provided feedback.

Earlier this year (May) three proposed design options were presented to the community, following an initial round of consultation (March) that determined the preferred skate elements. Based on the initial community feedback, each of the three designs provided a combination style layout (street and transition). The proposed layouts catered to all skill levels while providing multiple flow lines, varied complexity and scale of elements.

Of the three designs option one was most popular, with 60 per cent of the votes. In response to the comments from the consultation process and local expert user input, further design development was undertaken. The final outcome is a design that is optimised for all user skill levels. You can view the final design below:

  1. Dicky Beach Skate Park Upgrade Final Design
  2. Dicky Beach Skate Park Upgrade Final Design - Additional Angels
  3. Dicky Beach Skate Park Upgrade Final Design - Key Feedback Trends

October 2019 Project News.

Contacts

For more information, please contact LandscapeDesignandPlanning@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au or council's project officer on (07) 5475 7272.

When council adopted the Dicky Beach Precinct Plan, it included the Dicky Beach Skate Park. It was determined that the skate park would be retained in Dicky Beach Park and upgraded, in line with the original Dicky Beach Precinct Plan design.

Community engagement

Council invited the community to have their say on three proposed design options of the skate park by participating in an online survey.

The survey closed 14 June 2019.

Where to from here

The Dicky Beach Precinct Plan project will be delivered over several years subject to available funding. The first stage of construction, in 2020, will be a new amenities building, with the old building to be demolished to allow more open space. The skate park with then be reconfigured and upgraded in 2021.

Overview

Following community consultation council has now finalised the design for an upgrade to the Dicky Beach Skate Park. Thank you to those people who provided feedback.

Earlier this year (May) three proposed design options were presented to the community, following an initial round of consultation (March) that determined the preferred skate elements. Based on the initial community feedback, each of the three designs provided a combination style layout (street and transition). The proposed layouts catered to all skill levels while providing multiple flow lines, varied complexity and scale of elements.

Of the three designs option one was most popular, with 60 per cent of the votes. In response to the comments from the consultation process and local expert user input, further design development was undertaken. The final outcome is a design that is optimised for all user skill levels. You can view the final design below:

  1. Dicky Beach Skate Park Upgrade Final Design
  2. Dicky Beach Skate Park Upgrade Final Design - Additional Angels
  3. Dicky Beach Skate Park Upgrade Final Design - Key Feedback Trends

October 2019 Project News.

Contacts

For more information, please contact LandscapeDesignandPlanning@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au or council's project officer on (07) 5475 7272.