Falcon Reserve Skate Park Upgrade

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Falcon Reserve is located on Lynda Street opposite the Falcon shopping precinct.


The City of Mandurah is looking to revitalise and activate Falcon Reserve.

The aim is to deliver a plan to improve the public recreation opportunities around the reserve and to enhance access for the community.

The Plan will include proposed upgrades to:

  • Falcon Skate Park (supported by Lotterywest) Complete
  • Public Toilets and Change rooms (Expected completion November 2020)
  • Play space ( Expected Completion June 2020)
  • Parking and Path Networks. (TBA))

Update October 2020:

Following a community led design process (led by Skate Sculpture in 2017/18) the City commenced construction of the skate park upgrade in February 2020. Following some COVID delays, the skate park was finally completed in September 2020 with the facility officially opened by Mayor Rhys Williams on Thursday 3 September. Checkout the photos attached.

Since then, the new Falcon Skate Park has already hosted 2 skate clinics delivered by Skateboarding WA and Mandurah's first 'bowl' is being loved by all.

A huge thank you to Lotterywest for supporting this project and to all those who were involved in its design in the early stages.

Along with the new play space, upgraded toilets and parking facilities, the new 'Falcon Recreation Precinct' will be a fantastic addition to the local and visiting community.




The City of Mandurah is looking to revitalise and activate Falcon Reserve.

The aim is to deliver a plan to improve the public recreation opportunities around the reserve and to enhance access for the community.

The Plan will include proposed upgrades to:

  • Falcon Skate Park (supported by Lotterywest) Complete
  • Public Toilets and Change rooms (Expected completion November 2020)
  • Play space ( Expected Completion June 2020)
  • Parking and Path Networks. (TBA))

Update October 2020:

Following a community led design process (led by Skate Sculpture in 2017/18) the City commenced construction of the skate park upgrade in February 2020. Following some COVID delays, the skate park was finally completed in September 2020 with the facility officially opened by Mayor Rhys Williams on Thursday 3 September. Checkout the photos attached.

Since then, the new Falcon Skate Park has already hosted 2 skate clinics delivered by Skateboarding WA and Mandurah's first 'bowl' is being loved by all.

A huge thank you to Lotterywest for supporting this project and to all those who were involved in its design in the early stages.

Along with the new play space, upgraded toilets and parking facilities, the new 'Falcon Recreation Precinct' will be a fantastic addition to the local and visiting community.