Following the latest COVID-19 announcement from the Victorian Government, The Port of Sale (Wellington Centre) is OPEN with density limits in place. Entry via Foster Street only. Face masks are required indoors unless an exemption applies.

Sale Skate Park

The newly redeveloped Sale Skate Park is a popular location with skaters young and old.

Located at the western end of the Port of Sale precinct (Cullinan Park), the Sale Skate Park is one of the most comprehensive in regional Victoria.

The 30m x 50m Park features:

  • A bowl with volcano, spine and steel coping (Novice to Advanced)
  • Hubbas (Intermediate to Advanced)
  • Hand rails (Intermediate to Advanced)
  • Flat bar rail (Intermediate to Advanced)
  • Small and large banks
  • Pump track
  • Ledges with different edges, angles and heights
  • Bowled in mini ramp with spine and volcano
  • ‘Slappy’ curb styled ledge
  • Tri-layered quarter two with steep vert and one tight transition
  • Pyramid jump box with two side transition and two side bank
  • Ample foot paths and access to park ledges and seating

Beside the Skate Park there is a half-court facility, which is a great spot to have a bounce and shoot some hoops.

The area also includes ample lawn areas, landscaping, a ropes course, seating, shelters, BBQ facilities and plenty of parking.

Whether you're a local looking for some fun, or a visitor dropping in, the Skate Park is well worth a look!

For a feel on the skating culture in Gippsland, check out the short documentary below.


Cullinan Park, Sale (Entry via either Foster Street or Grand Canal Drive)
1300 366 244
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