Laurimar Bowl
Greater Melbourne Vic Skateparks

Laurimar Bowl can be found adjacent to the Laurimar Football Club in the middle of two large ovals. The concrete skatepark features an awesome skate bowl varying from 4 – 6ft deep with a few street features scattered around the outside. Street features include, hump, bank, ledge and stair. The bowl on the other hand […]

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Australian Skateboarding Parks Kinglake Vic

Kinglake Skatepark was in the planning phase for over 20 years and was one of the first community initiatives constructed after the famous Black Saturday Bushfires ripped through the area in 2009. The smooth concrete skatepark has turned Kinglake into one of the best skateboarding destinations in the region with it’s signature bowl and vast […]

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Bailey Reserve Skatepark Glen Eira

Bailey Reserve Skatepark has replaced the old Bentleigh East Skatepark in Glen Eira, Vic. The new concrete skatepark is ”officially” open and waiting for you to skateboard, scooter, skate, BMX, admire or even take pictures of, if you want to give the people what they want, although watch out as the concrete is as slippery […]

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Craigieburn Skate Bowl Skatepark

Craigieburn Bowl or otherwise referred to as Craigieburn Skatepark is another vintage skatepark in Melbourne’s northern suburbs with rough concrete. The skatepark features a double bowl with the option of tackling the spine or the less intimidating hump. The concrete skate bowl also comes fully equipped with traditional steel coping, which might surprise some, considering […]

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Tarneit Skate Park Baden Powell

Baden Powell Skatepark has emerged as one of Melbourne’s best skateparks. Built in 2016, the very large open flow skatepark has unbelievably smooth concrete and some of the freshest obstacles and features we have seen to date. Designed by our good friends at en:locus, Baden Powell Skatepark has become the heart of the community and […]

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Hoppers Crossing Skatepark

Hoppers Crossing Skatepark is also referred to as Mossfiel Skate Park and can be found in Mossfiel Reserve, Hoppers Crossing. The large concrete skatepark offers skaters a huge variety of features to hit. Once upon a time there used to be a huge steel vert ramp, however has been taken down and replaced with a […]

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Melbourne's Best Skateparks

Epping Skatepark is a monster of a park initially built by Convic Skateparks, but has since been extended with a new bowl thanks to a collaboration between Independent Concrete Constructions and Grind Projects. Epping Skatepark features a HUGE skate bowl that rivals Frankston and North Torquay for Victoria’s largest and most intimidating bowl. The shape […]

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