locations

 

Below is a list of locations we use for parkour and movement classes, along with information about public transport links. 

For a more detailed map of parkour spots for your own training, check out the Victorian Parkour Map

Victoria Park. A large structure made of I-beams, which used to hold seating.

Victoria Park

Meeting spot is generally at the I-beam structure, near the corner of Lulie and Turner Sts.

Very close to Victoria Park station on the Mernda and Hurstbridge lines. Also close to bus routes down Hoddle st - get off at the Johnston st stop on routes 200, 207 and 350.

Colonial square, aka the Ruins. Several large pieces of ornate stone that used to be part of an old building.

Colonial Square

Also known as The Ruins.

Very close to the 86 and 96 tram lines - get off at the Melbourne Museum/ Nicholson st 11 stop. Short walk from the 250/251 bus routes on Rathdown. Or 600m walk from Parliament station.

Tianjin square. A city square which includes a gazeco structure.

Tianjin Gardens

Public square above Parliament station. Meeting spot is generally under the gazebo structure.

On top of Parliament station- best exits are the ones onto Lonsdale st or onto Nicholson st. Also very close to tram lines 86, 96 and 35- get off at Parliament station/ stop 10.

Royal Park Playground. An extensive adventure playground, with larges rocks and a bridge.

Royal Park Playground

Enterprize Wharf. A wharf on the right side, with several large sculptures on diagonal poles. The river on the right.

Enterprize Wharf

Southbank, Melbourne. There are some stairs down the river, and a structure built to look like a broken pier

Southbank (Broken Pier)

A circle of large rocks, at Birarrung Marr, Melbourne

Birarrung Marr

The sculpture called Forward Surge- several huge, curved wave-like metal forms.

Forward Surge Sculpture

Meeting spot for Parkour Mature

In the Richard Pratt Gardens between Hamer Hall and the Arts Center.

Walking distance from Flinders St Station: just head down the St Kilda Rd corridor, over the bridge

Closest to the Arts Precinct/ St Kilda Rd tram stop, on routes 1, 3/3a, 5, 6, 16, 64, 67, 72.

A map of the area around the Floral Clock in Melbourne's St Kilda Rd
A picture of the King Edward VII monument behind the Floral Clock on Melbourne's St Kilda Rd

Behind the Floral Clock

Meeting spot for Parkour for Everybody classes and more.

Just off St Kilda Rd near the corner of Linlithgow Avenue

Opposite the NGV, and at the monument behind the Floral Clock

Walking distance from Flinders St Station: just head down the St Kilda Rd corridor, over the bridge
Closest to the Arts Precinct/ St Kilda Rd tram stop, on routes 1, 3/3a, 5, 6, 16, 64, 67, 72.

PLEASE NOTE: This is the same location we've previously called the King Edward VII monument.