Indoor Skate Parks in Brisbane

rollerskate in an indoor skatepark in brisbane.

Indoor skate parks in Brisbane are growing in popularity especially in the warmer Summer months. Skating, whether it be skateboarding, roller-skating, inline skating or ice-skating, can be a fun activity for all ages and abilities.  Many of us may prefer being outdoors, getting fresh air while skating, but there are occasions when this is not always the preferred option. Enter – indoor skate facilities.

Benefits of Indoor Skate Parks

Indoor skate facilities are a wonderful alternative to outdoor venues for the following reasons:

  • Perfect way to escape the weather – ideal when the hot weather is intolerable or if the weather outside is inclement
  • It makes skating possible at all hours of the day
  • Additional services provided – many indoor skate facilities offer drinks/snacks, toilet facilities, supervision and various skating programs

Safety first

Undertaking any activity with children generally requires a fair amount of planning, and skating is no exception. Even though you may be visiting an indoor skate facility, consider the following:

  • Safety gear – accidents can happen in any environment when skating, so consider decking your skater in added protection such as helmets, knee pads, gloves and elbow pads
  • Appropriate clothing – Long pants and long socks may protect skin from minor injuries, and can help prevent skates rubbing.
  • Supervision – all young children should be adequately supervised by a responsible adult when skating.
  • Follow the Rules – Indoor skate facilities will have their own set of rules which should be read, understood and adhered to at all times.

Many facilities require bookings, have altered opening hours or special requirements – so please check individual websites for details prior to visiting.

Indoor Skateboarding in Brisbane

Village Indoor Skate Park – 882 Beaudesert Road, Coopers Plains

Founded in 2015, The Village Indoor Skate Park is the place to be. All sessions are mixed and may include BMX, MTB, scooters and skaters. If your little ones want to skate without the bigger kids, there is a designated Under 10’s session held on Saturday mornings. All sessions must be booked online. You can even hold your child’s next birthday party there, get them some professional coaching or enrol them in a school holiday event.

Facilities: BMX Bike Store, snack bar, dedicated viewing area and toilets.


Ramp Attak Geebung

Ramp Attak at Geebung is closed indefinitely while the owners seek to find a new facility. 


Roller-skating and Inline skating

Skateaway Family Skate Centre – 700 Albany Creek Road, Albany Creek

skateaway skating ring in albany creek.

Located at the Albany Creek Village Shopping Centre, Skateaway is home to Queensland’s second largest artistic skate club and offers learn to skate lessons, school holiday sessions, birthday parties, fundraisers and functions. This air-conditioned venue will keep you cool in the warmer months, while you have fun skating with friends.

Facilities: Skate shop, café and toilets.


Digi Roller Skating Rink – 40 Johnson Road, Hillcrest

It is all happening at the Digi Roller Skating Rink in Hillcrest – themed events, learn to skate sessions, school holiday programs, club sports (hockey, inline speed skating, artistic roller skating), parties and fundraisers – there is bound to be an event to suit you and your family.

Facilities: Snack bar, lockers (fee applies) and toilets.


Skateaway Bundamba – 21 Agnes Street, Bundamba

Conveniently situated beside the Bundamba Train Station, Skateaway Bundamba has a fun, family atmosphere and has the added benefit of being air conditioned. Users can enrol in learn to skate classes,  enjoy themed events or just take part in general skate sessions whilst bopping along to the latest tunes.

Facilities: Snack bar, arcade games and toilets.


Ice Skating in Brisbane  

Iceworld Olympic Ice Rinks – Acacia Ridge and Boondall

Iceworld, ice skating in Brisbane

Iceworld has two purpose-built venues – one on Brisbane’s northside at Boondall and the other at Acacia Ridge on the southside. On a hot Summer’s day it is the ideal place to escape the heat, with the inside temperature on the ice set at around 10 degrees. Catering for children 3 years and older, spending time at Iceworld will no doubt result in lots of spins, twists, turns and giggles. Iceworld also offer a skate school during term times, birthday parties, and general public skating sessions. You can read our detailed review of Iceworld

Facilities: Skate shop, café, function room and toilets.


Indoor Skate Parks on the Sunshine Coast



BirtinyaAlley-Oops Skate Park

Coolum BeachChiggy’s Indoor Skate Park

Indoor Skate Parks on the God Coast


BundallGold Coast Iceland

Surfers ParadisePlanet Chill Ice-Skating Rink


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