The old Beechworth Skate Bowls in Victoria was once a vibrant hub for skateboarding enthusiasts. Located in the picturesque town of Beechworth, these bowls were a cherished landmark that attracted locals and visitors alike. With their unique design and smooth concrete surfaces, the skate bowls provided an exhilarating experience for riders of all skill levels. The skatepark is starting to show its age and clearly doesn’t get skated very often anymore. The council could help by clearing the dirt and chalkies off the park, which might entice skaters to have a roll, otherwise, if you want to check out this park we would recommend coming prepared with a leaf blower or a broom. 

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