Kilbirnie Recreation Centre

Kilbirnie Recreation Centre is designed to cater for wheel-based activities including skateboarding, scootering, and roller and inline skating.

Man's face squashed up against a yellow ball.

Social Dodgeball Tournament

Never played dodgeball before but want to get amongst the action?

29 August 2014 - Kilbirnie Recreation Centre

Kilbirnie Recreation Centre Dodgeball Tournament

10 October - Karori Recreation Centre

Karori Recreation Centre Dodgeball Tournament

14 November - Kilbirnie Recreation Centre

Kilbirinie Recreation Centre Dodgeball Tournament

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  • 20m by 40m concrete rink - with sport court flooring, 1.5m barrier and safety netting.
  • Removable ramps and obstacles - these dominate the rink during public skating times.
  • Tinytown - a safe, fun, interactive play area with ride-on toys and high energy activities for preschoolers.

You can use the recreation centre on a casual basis or hire it for sport and corporate events.

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Kilbirnie Recreation Centre.



Monday - Thursday: 9am - 10pm
Friday - Sunday: 9am - 9pm
Public holidays: Closed

Phone for details on skate sessions.

Tinytown casual sessions

Monday: 10.30am - 2.30pm
Tuesday and Wednesday: 9am - 2.30pm
Thursday: 10.30am - 2.30pm
Friday: 9am - 2.30pm
Saturday:  9am - 12 noon

Admission charges

General admission
Adult: $3.20
Child: $1.60
'Wheels' admission
Adult: $5.00
Child: $3.50
Skate hire
Preschool child: $4.20
Leisure Card: $2.10

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Tinytown buggy walks

Enjoy the company of other parents with guided buggy walks around the Southern and Eastern suburbs.

No need to book, just turn up on the day.

Meet at 9.45am, walk from 10am - 11am.

Cost: Free 

Upcoming walks

15 May – Lyall Bay

Begins at Dorrie Leslie car park and takes you along Lyall Bay and back again. Enjoy a flat, buggy-friendly walk around this popular surf beach. 

19 June - Sculpture Walk

Walk starts at Kilbirnie Recreation Centre and carries on along Cobham Drive, finishing back at Kilbirnie Recreation Centre. This walk will be of low-medium intensity on a flat, buggy friendly walkway.

17 July - Kilbirnie to Lyall Bay

Starts at Kilbirnie Recreation Centre and carries on out to Lyall Bay and back again. A flat, medium-paced walk.

21 August – Scorching Bay Historical Houses Road Walk

Walk begins and ends on Karaka Bay Road. Meet at Scorching Bay (Scorcha Rama). A casual, low-medium intensity walk.

18 September - Houghton Bay

Meet at Dorrie Leslie Park car park on Queens Drive. Walk takes you out around Waitaha Cove and Houghton Bay and then back to Dorrie Leslie Park. Walk will be medium-paced on a flat buggy-friendly surface.

More information

Location map.



Kilbirnie Recreation Centre

Phone (04) 387 1491
Fax (04) 387 1495
Street Address 101 Kilbirnie Crescent