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Bangalow Skatepark

Bangalow Skatepark is located between the Bangalow Bowling Club and Byron Creek. The skatepark features a large kidney bowl with poolside style coping, double flow bowl with spine and a super cool street section that at the very least looks different and fun to ride. The $180,000 skatepark has been well received in the broader […]

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Skateparks Near Me

The Murray Shire Council are stoked to show off their $440,000 Moama Echuca Community Skate Park. The Skatepark was constructed in 2011 and connects to the previous skatepark. The contrast between the new and the old skatepark is hard to miss and serves as a great example of how we can add to existing parks […]

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Skateparks Near Me Greater Melbourne

Newbury Blvd Skatepark is the latest and greatest concrete masterpiece of a skatepark to come out of Craigieburn Vic. The skatepark is super smooth, very mellow and extremely fun. Newbury Skatepark was designed by our friends at Baseplate with heaps of unique elements that we are not even going to attempt to name. NEWBURY BLV SKATEPARK […]

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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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Skate Park Torquay skatepark Vic

Torquay Skatepark was once the best skatepark on the surf coast of Vic and is still punching above it’-s weight for an older skatepark. The concrete skatepark has a rad double bowl at one end with a spine separating the two as well as a roll in alternative for those that are too intimidated by […]

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North Melbourne Skate Bowls

Meadow Heights Skatepark has one of Melbourne’s best skate bowls. The relatively new skate bowl (early 2010’s) has replaced the pre-existing half pipe in the centre of Buchan Street Reserve. Meadow Heights Skatepark was designed by our friends at Convic Skateparks and built by the hard working team at Precision Skate Parks.  The bowl features hips, […]

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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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Melbourne Skateparks

Laverton Skatepark can be found in McCormack Park and has been expanded on over the years to create the skate space masterpiece that it is today. Originally Laverton Skatepark only had a few ledges and rails, however today features an expansive outlay of concrete to carve around on with a comprehensive display of street obstacles […]

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Coburg Bowl, Harmony Skate Park

Harmony Skatepark was originally just known as Coberg Bowl, however has been added to and extended upon with heaps of other features, therefore is now commonly referred to as Harmony Skatepark or just Coberg Skatepark. The famous Coberg Bowl has been known as one of Melbourne’s best skate bowls. The kidney shaped bowl is 8 […]

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