Skateboarding clinic back by popular demand

Have you ever wanted to learn to skateboard but weren’t sure where to begin?  Then you won’t want to miss the free skateboarding clinic onSaturday 19 December from 4pm to 9pm at the Wonthella Skate Park.

City of Greater Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn said the first clinic held at the launch of the Wonthella Skate Park was extremely popular with kids.

“More than 100 kids of all ages turned up at the first skate boarding clinic in September that was held as part of the opening celebration of the Skate Park,” he said.

“The City has invested more than $300,000 in the Wonthella Skate Park Extension which hasn’t gone unnoticed by local users and out of town visitors who have said that our Skate Park is one of the best in WA.”

The clinic is just one event in the City’s jam packed seven week long School Holiday Program.

“Anyone can take part in the clinic and you don’t even need to have your own helmet or board as they will be provided however, you will need to bring a registration form with you on the day,” said Mayor Van Styn.

Registration forms can be found on the School Holiday Program page on the City’s website

Alternatively, hard copy forms can be picked up at Pontoon Store, the Geraldton Visitor Centre and the Geraldton Regional Library.