Cabrita Skatepark has been updated over the years to what we now know of it. The concrete skatepark features a medium sized open bowl that is showing it’s age with cracks and traditional steel coping. The renovated section has a few more mellower features for street enthusiests and begginners. The rest of the skatepark has heaps of banks, ledges, hips and a few rails.

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Federal Skatepark

Federal Skatepark

Federal Skatepark is a slick piece of concrete that is definitely not as smooth as it was one up a time. The skateboard park comes fully equipped with the standard basketball hoop that we often find at these beautiful concrete jungles.  The street style skateboard...

Broulee Skate Park

Broulee Skate Park

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Werri Beach Skate Park

Werri Beach Skate Park

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