BMX Track and Dirt Jumps Redevelopment - Tangari Park


Work has commenced

Thanks to everyone who provided feedback and helped us shape the concept design and vision for the BMX track and dirt jumps in Tangari Park, Woodcroft.

We are pleased to announce that funding has been approved for stage 2, which means that all work will commence in October and will take approximately 8 weeks to complete (weather permitting).

We were overwhelmed with the positive feedback and ideas throughout the consultation with 99% of people supporting the final concept design.

Dig days

The first Dig day was held on Saturday 12 October. It was a great success with a focus on skill development and learning. Participants also got their hands dirty building the on the roller line and the left side of the arrow head.

The next dig day will be on Saturday 16 November 9:30-12:30

Dig day participants will be required to:

  • Sign in/out

  • Undertake an onsite induction

  • Follow instruction and undertake physical work

  • Wear appropriate enclosed shoes

  • Learn and have fun

Some water will be available on site, but it is strongly recommended that participants bring their own water. No food will be provided.

People can register on the day, but if you would to register your interest prior, please email Andrew Queisser, Asset Planner on mail@onkaparinga.sa.gov.au

Important information

An additional water point has been installed at the southern end of the jumps. This will reduce the contractor's daily set up and will assist in future ongoing maintenance of the track which involves watering the dirt jumps to help retain structural integrity and maximise optimal compaction.

Please note that as work progresses access to some jumps will be limited.

To view the Concept Design please go to the Document Library (top right of this page).



Work has commenced

Thanks to everyone who provided feedback and helped us shape the concept design and vision for the BMX track and dirt jumps in Tangari Park, Woodcroft.

We are pleased to announce that funding has been approved for stage 2, which means that all work will commence in October and will take approximately 8 weeks to complete (weather permitting).

We were overwhelmed with the positive feedback and ideas throughout the consultation with 99% of people supporting the final concept design.

Dig days

The first Dig day was held on Saturday 12 October. It was a great success with a focus on skill development and learning. Participants also got their hands dirty building the on the roller line and the left side of the arrow head.

The next dig day will be on Saturday 16 November 9:30-12:30

Dig day participants will be required to:

  • Sign in/out

  • Undertake an onsite induction

  • Follow instruction and undertake physical work

  • Wear appropriate enclosed shoes

  • Learn and have fun

Some water will be available on site, but it is strongly recommended that participants bring their own water. No food will be provided.

People can register on the day, but if you would to register your interest prior, please email Andrew Queisser, Asset Planner on mail@onkaparinga.sa.gov.au

Important information

An additional water point has been installed at the southern end of the jumps. This will reduce the contractor's daily set up and will assist in future ongoing maintenance of the track which involves watering the dirt jumps to help retain structural integrity and maximise optimal compaction.

Please note that as work progresses access to some jumps will be limited.

To view the Concept Design please go to the Document Library (top right of this page).


Help us create a vision for the BMX Park in the Tangari Reserve.

The concept design has been developed in consultation with key users of the BMX Park, experienced staff and an external contractor to incorporate as much feedback as possible.  

CLOSED: This survey has concluded.