Winanga-Li's skate park party has been cancelled due to Thursday night's and Friday morning's rainfall.
It was planned for Friday 10.30am-1pm.
Staff checked the site Friday morning to see if it could still be run, but the wet surfaces proved too unsafe to host local kids.
Winanga-Li's Debbie Steadman said the event could be re-scheduled for Monday.
Local kids will be in their element on Friday when a skatepark party is held.
Winanga-Li Aboriginal Child and Family Centre will host the school holiday event at the skatepark on View Street.
The event is planned for Friday, July 10, from 10.30am-1pm, and lunch will be provided.
Winanga-Li staff will also be on hand to supervise the party-goers.
Winanga-Li inclusion officer Debbie Steadman said it was a good way for parents to have a break for a little while.
"Because of the coronavirus and the rules, people have been stuck at homes and they can't go into buildings because they've got to be separated, so it's fresh air and the kids can have a bit of fun," she said.
"There's three hours for parents to pay their bills and do a bit of shopping and do things without the kids, they can drop them off and go do stuff in private."
Ms Steadman said there would also be games and competitions, as well as regular skating.
Hand sanitiser will also be available for attendees.
All local families need to do is bring along their skateboards or scooters, and of course, their helmets.
For more information, contact Debbie Steadman on 0437 502 719.