Plans have been finalised and are ready for public viewing

Skaters at Bulahdelah will soon have a park of their own to enjoy.
Skaters at Bulahdelah will soon have a park of their own to enjoy.

Plans for the Bulahdelah Skate Park will be revealed at a community pop up session at Alum Mountain Park on Tuesday, December 10 from 3:30pm to 5pm.

MidCoast Council have finalised the plans and are encouraging community members to come along to the pop up session to view the plans and chat with council's project team over a barbecue.

Thanks to the $181,000 raised for the project by the Bulahdelah Lions Club, on top of the $79,000 put forward by MidCoast Council and $50,000 contributed from the Federal government's Building Our Future fund, the skate park will be a boon for local skaters.

"We'll be presenting the final design for the skate park on the day to provide an opportunity for the community to ask any questions in regards to the new facility," council's community spaces, recreation and trades manager Dan Aldridge said.

"Due to the Bulahdelah Lions Club's amazing contribution to the project, this skate park will be one of the best in the MidCoast region."


Originally scheduled for Tuesday, November 12, the pop up session had to be postponed because of the bushfire crisis across the region.

The new Bulahdelah Skate Park will be located at Alum Mountain Park.

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