Do your kids love the jumps, bumps and turns of a BMX track? Adelaide has some great tracks all over the city. Some are attached to BMX clubs you can join and compete with and others are public parks in big open spaces. Very easy to spend a few hours at any of these and a great way to burn off some energy.

Happy Valley BMX Club

Happy Valley BMX is at Happy Valley Sports Park, Taylor Road West
The track is open to the general public on non race days.
No scooters, bikes only.
For more info about the club and how to join visit >> www.facebook.com/pg/HappyValleyBMXClub

Hallett Cove BMX Club

Image Credit: Hallett Cove BMX Club Facebook Page

The track is open to the general public on non race days.
No scooters, bikes only.
For more info about the club and how to join visit >> www.facebook.com/cove.bmx

Blue Gum Park Kurrangga

Blue Gum Park, or Kurangga, is one of the parks of the Adelaide Parklands located just south of the city. It is home to many different sporting and outdoor activities such as petanque, biking, netball and basketball. The BMX track looks like great fun!
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Elliston Reserve, Highbury BMX Track

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Elliston Reserve has a full sized BMX track with a wide variety of jumps, corners and mounds. Appropriate for ages 5+ however best suited to ages 10 and above to experience everything that this space has to offer. Check out the track, situated under the pine trees, open during daylight hours. 
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St Agnes Recreation Centre

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The track is open to the public for general community use during daylight hours, when not being used by the Tea Tree Gully BMX Club.  For more information click here

Brighton Pump Track

This seriously cool clay Pump Track is a series of small dirt mounds and banked turns over a 1350sq m site, located right near the Brighton Train Station. Cyclists travel around the track using their own momentum rather than pedalling – so the kids will love it even more than usual!
The track closes periodically after severe weather to preserve the surface.
For more information and images click here

Bower Road Bike Park

The Bower Road Bike Park is located at the Aquatic Reserve In West Lakes Shores on the corner of Old Port Road and Bower Road. 

We found it particularly good for advanced riders as we haven’t seen many other bike parks of this level in SA. If you want something to compare it against and you’re familiar with the track off Greenhill/Unley roads in the CBD then this Bower Road Bike Park is more suited to riders of the CBD’s intermediate and (often closed) advanced tracks.
For more information click here

Shepherds Hill Recreation Park

A pump track with several areas and features to suit riders with a range of abilities. This is a bikes only area. Be aware of other riders using the bowl. Also an area for young children to practice. Bikes only.
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Hawthorndene BMX Track

BMX Track next door

Located right next to the Hawthorndene Apex Park Playground on Watahuna Ave. There’s a beginner pump track, intermediate jump section and and advanced trail lines. A great spot for kids of all ages and abilities.
For more information click here

Gawler BMX Track

BMX Kids in the North are well catered for with the awesome Gawler BMX Track. A large racing track, with starting gate open during official track training and races, the Gawler BMX Track is a great public space for beginner, developing and racing riders. Check their more info about the track, location and BMX Club here.