Campbell Town Skatepark in the middle of Tasmania is a smaller sized concrete street style park with transitions on either end and a few features in the middle. The skatepark has several ledges, two stairs and a circle flat-down rail. Surprisingly Cambell Town Skatepark is very fast considering the wear and tear on the concrete surface and definitely makes the most out of the space.

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