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Capella Drive Reserve Skate Park Opening 41
This is an off-leash park where dogs can exercise off-leash, except within 5 metres of a playground, at a wetland or when organised sport is being played.

There are no toilets at this reserve. Find the nearest one on the National Public Toilet Map.


Stage 2 - Reserve Upgrade Completed

The Capella Stage 2 upgrade was completed in August 2022. For details on the official opening visit the event page Official opening Stage 2 Capella Drive Reserve and Skate Daze Events | City of Marion

Stage 2 upgrade includes:

  • New playground equipment including slide, swing and flying fox
  • Pump track and jump park
  • Ninja warrior fitness equipment
  • Public toilet
  • Picnic areas with shelters, seating and barbeques
  • New pathway connections

Stage 1 - Reserve Upgrade Completed

Christmas came early in Hallett Cove when Capella Drive Skatepark opened in early December 2021.

This two-stage $3million redevelopment has seen the launch of an expanded car park and the new-look skatepark. Council received $1.29m funding from the Federal Government’s Local Roads and Community Infrastructure program towards the $3m development.

The Capella Reserve Skatepark provides a multi-discipline STREET and TRANSITION style facility catering to all skill levels and riding styles. Consisting of a snake run bowl and open street plaza the layout pays homage to the much loved aspects of the previous skatepark through contemporary flow lines and unique obstacles.

There is a flatter surface for beginners and skate tricks along with grinding rails and surfaces. There is a mini half pipe for those keen to practice other moves.

Other items include a newly expanded car park, 3 v 3 basketball court, and a curved rock climbing wall.

Additional amenities include a shelter, seating, and a drinking fountain. Stage 2 will add toilets, picnic facilities and ninja warrior fitness equipment.

Capella Drive Reserve Skate Park Opening 19

Grinding away on those skate park tricks

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Gearing up for the next round

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Scaling the Capella Reserve climbing wall

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Having a ball on the 3 v 3 court, part of the stage 1 Capella Reserve upgrade

Consultation Summary

Consultation for the overall plan was undertaken in October 2019. A pre-design consultation was undertaken in August 2020 to help design the skate park.

Consultation on the draft concept via Making Marion occurred from 11 September to 5 October 2020. A community drop in session was held on 19 September 2020 at Capella Reserve.

Feedback from the consultation informed the development of a Concept Design.

Final community feedback was sought on the concept design in November 2020.

Council received $1.29m funding from the Federal Government’s Local Roads and Community Infrastructure program towards the $3m development.

Construction of Stage 1 Skatepark & Carpark commenced in April 2021 and was completed and officially opened in December 2021.

Construction of Stage 2 Playground is underway now.

Project History

Nannigai Reserve

To find out more about the completed upgrade at Nannigai Drive Reserve visit the reserve webpage below.

Coast to Vines Rail Trail | Marino to Willunga

The City of Marion has a number of reserves on or near to the Coast to Vines Rail Trail.

While you are on the trail, have a break and explore our parks and playgrounds.

(listed in order from coast to vines)

Location

Nearby parks

Coorabie Crescent Reserve 1

Coorabie Crescent Reserve

Hallett Cove

Coorabie Crescent

View park
Mema Court Reserve Playground Multistation Views 3

Mema Court Reserve

Hallett Cove

Mema Court

Playground
Reserve Fencing | Fully fenced
View park
Nannigai Drive Reserve 20

Nannigai Drive Reserve

Hallett Cove

Nannigai Drive

Playground
Toilets (daylight hours)
Toilets | Disabled access
View park