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  • Top 5 Wakeboard Cable Parks and Wake Parks in Australia

    December 14, 2021 2 min read

    Top 5 Wakeboard

    Cable Parks and

    Wake Parks in Australia

    Water sports are no longer limited to those who own or know someone who owns a boat. Cable Parks allow individuals to wakeboard or kneeboard without a boat. The overhead cable system pulls riders around the lake. Riders grab a handle, take off from the start dock, and complete laps of the lake. There are strategically placed obstacles around the lake for riders to bounce off or rider over. Australia offers a range of Cable Parks around the country for everyone to enjoy, from beginners to advanced pros, Cable Parks are a lot of fun.

    1. Melbourne Cable Park – Melbourne

    Melbourne Cable Park is Victoria's only cable wakeboarding lake, offering wakeboarding and kneeboarding all year round. They cater for parties, schools, corporate groups, sports clubs, and disability wakeboarding. Melbourne Cable Park has 2 full-size Cable Systems, with each one offering over 500m of cable wakeboarding fun.

    2. Perth Wake Park – Perth

    Perth Wake Park is conveniently located 30 minutes south of Perth City. The Park has a full-size main cable, two beginner-specific cables, a café, pro shop, hire shop, and a large veranda overlooking the action. Perth Wake Park offers cable wakeboarding introduction sessions on their specific beginner systems and has a main lake filled with obstacles for advanced riders to enjoy.


    3. Bli Bli Wake Park – Sunshine Coast

    Located in the Sunshine Coast, Bli Bli Wake Park boasts 3 separate lakes, 4 different towing cables, and 37 obstacles. The Park caters to all levels of riders, from the first-timers and beginners up to the pro ranks. They offer beginner lessons for riders to build up their confidence and develop their skills rapidly.


    4. GoWake Cable Park – Mackay, Queensland

    Located five minutes from the heart of Mackay and only a stone's throw away from some of Australia's most beautiful beaches, you’ll find GoWake Cable Park. The cable park caters to all ability levels, whether you’re a beginner learning to wakeboard or kneeboard or an advanced rider, GoWake provides a fun wakeboard and wakeskate experience on their 2 cable lakes for everyone. They also host wakeboard competitions throughout the year. So, if you want to practice your skills before entering a competition GoWake Cable Park is the place to be.

    5. Bayside Wake Park – South East Queensland

    Bayside Wake Park is a Wakeboard and Waterski Park located in the heart of sunny South East Queensland. It provides an action-packed and fun experience for first-time visitors through to advanced riders. It is the perfect option for riders looking for that added adrenaline rush as a new challenge to their riding.




    Cable parks are a whole lot of fun for the whole family. Change up your regular routine behind the boat and head to one of Australia’s top cable parks to learn new skills, ride over rails and fly high over some jumps. Shop online at Auski to get your hands on a brand new 2022 wakeboard that you can take to the cable park. Check out our blog top 10 wakeboards of 2022 for more information.


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