Barossa Valley Council


Axiom Projects SA

Track Material:

Precast concrete 


South Australia

Parkitect Modular Pumptrack Stockwell Barossa Valley Dad on BMX
Parkitect Modular Pumptrack Aerial Stockwell Barossa Valley South Australia
Skate Park versus Dirt Pump Track versus Modular Pumptrack

Stockwell Recreation Park Barossa Valley pump track is getting plenty of attention from the local kids. 

The half-million-dollar open space project in the Barossa Valley town of Stockwell is inspiring both locals and tourists to take advantage of the outdoors. 

Barossa Mayor Bim Lange OAM hoped the new facilities would support the health and wellbeing of locals, encouraging them to get out and be active – and it certainly is proving to do just that. 

“Stockwell’s new ‘all-weather’ Modular Pumptrack is already popular with the locals. Children of all ages are using the track”

Project Summary

As part of their park upgrade, the Council had considered installing a BMX track. Parkitect’s Modular Pumptrack was first suggested by local winemaker and resident Neil Hahn. After much community consultation, they selected a precast concrete ‘World Cup’ Modular Pumptrack.

The 65-metre, pre-engineered track delivers perfect geometry. This makes it both safe and fun for people of all ages and abilities to ride their bikes, scooters, and skateboards. 

Alongside the main pump track, the Council has installed a Rhythm Straight Modular Pumptrack, which is ideal for beginner riders and they have landscaped the area around both tracks to make the low profile of the track, even lower.

Read more about Stockwell’s new pumptrack here 

“It’s important to get kids outdoors and away from their computers.

The pump track is great for the young ones, particularly beginner riders. They can push the boundaries and learn some skills while staying safe.”

Neil Hahn, Winegrower and Stockwell local