On skateboards, scooters or BMX, the shire’s youth can share their wheelie airs and win prizes at free events this month.
The 2019 All Aboard skate competition continues at the Durras and Broulee skate parks on the weekend of Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 January respectively. It’s the second of four stages across the Eurobodalla.
Council’s youth coordinator Zoe Morgan said the competitions were a safe and welcoming event for young people of all ages and abilities.
“The day will be jam packed with music, food and good vibes,” Ms Morgan said.
She said competitors accumulate points at each skate event, with the standings listed on Council’s leader-board.
“We’ll have helmets available but there’s extra points if you bring your own,” Ms Morgan said.
The competition is run in partnership by the Eurobodalla Shire Council with Ownlife, with further events to be held at Narooma and Moruya in April as a part of Youth Week.
For more information and registration details, see Council’s youth pages on the website www.esc.nsw.gov.au/youth
Above: Eurobodalla Council’s popular All Aboard skate competition will be held on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 January at Durras and Broulee respectively.