Looking for a fun and safe place to ride your bike these school holidays? Consider riding at one of the 22 Council designed and constructed bike tracks or one of the 14 skate parks in Casey.
To stay safe and protect our environment, we ask that you remain on paths and avoid using informal tracks.
While the creation of dirt jumps may seem like harmless fun, they have been associated with reported cases of serious injury. We have an obligation to ensure the safety of our community and must remove any jumps when built on Council and crown land.
The construction of dirt jumps also disrupts the natural environment, causes soil erosion and can have an impact on native plants and animals.
Native vegetation takes years, if not decades, to recover. That’s why it’s important to stay on maintained paths.
Everyone has a part to play in looking after our parks, reserves and amazing native wildlife.
To find your nearest BMX track or skate park, visit our BMX tracks website page.