Greetings from your local chapter of crazy jumping people. We’ve been working hard behind the scenes on some long-term planning and renewing our team’s vision. As a result we have a some exciting things to announce over the next little while as COVID restrictions ease. So stay tuned. For now we just have a couple […]
On the 10th of October 2015, the Marion City Council officially opened the new Oaklands Recreation Plaza – a multi-use site complete with a skate park, mini basketball court and Parkour specific training area. Marion City Council consulted the community for design ideas, and the project was primarily funded via $900,000 in grants, through the […]
SAPA has entered a project in a new government funding trial called Fund My Community. This funding is perfect for us because it is not restricted to the typical categories that we tend to fall between and allows us to pitch exactly the kind of community project Parkour is best suited to. PLEASE take a […]
You think your knees are too creaky to safely jump off buildings? Think you’re too old, or too unfit to do what you’ve seen those crazy kids do on Youtube? You’re right! You might pass the first hurdle and hit the ground without breaking, but if you expose your joints to stresses that you haven’t […]
Work is progressing on the training warehouse. We have this teaser video for a first look at the space…
Our website has been launched. We will be posting news periodically here, but as before the main source of information will remain the Australian Parkour Association website – parkour.asn.au.
SAPA has been involved in the planning and organisation of a project to bring an indoor training space to the Adelaide CBD. The project eventually fell to the hands of SAPA Member Travis Ranson teaming up with some others to form a business to open the facility. SAPA will be renting space in the facility […]