Yarra Junction Skatepark
New Clayton Skatepark Victoria Aus

The Vic state government railway crossing project has made room for the new Clayton Station Skatepark. The street style park is built into a playground / basketball complex with table tennis tables, drinking fountains, play equipment of all sorts and a few skate features for us justifying skating it and putting it on the map. […]

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australian skate spots

Bayswater Ledges is a very small street style skatepark built into a basketball court. The skatepark features a selection of ledges, all with purpose built steel coping. Bayswater Ledges potentially has Melbourne’s mellowest ramp alongside a couple of rails and set of 3 stairs. Although there are limited obstacles, there is still a large smooth […]

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Upwey Melbourne Skatepark

Upwey Skatepark was designed and built by Concrete Skateparks in 2001. The skatepark is still holding together and is barely shows its age or any significant wear and tear. The concrete skatepark is relatively small, however the flowing bank that meets with the curb of the road makes it feel much bigger. The skatepark has […]

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Gembrook Skate park, Gembrook Vic

Gembrook Skatepark was the pruning grounds for young Gemma from Gembrook (That Skater Girl) . The concrete skatepark is very large and is covered with obstacles that we have do doubt you cant’t wait to skate. For a small town, Gembrook have an awesome skatepark and probably the most versatile appealing to most skaters. There […]

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Monbulk Skatepark, Monbulk, Melbourne, Vic

Monbulk Skatepark has a lot to offer for its size. Built by Convic Skateparks, the vintage skate spot has maintained its place in modern skating, however is often over run with two too many BMX’ers. Monbulk Skatepark was designed ahead of its time as it Features a rad 5 ft concrete mini ramp with traditional steel […]

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Box Hill Skatepark, Melbourne Vic

The New Box Hill Skatepark designed by Baseplate has had a complete makeover. The revamped skatepark now includes a sweet street section, a snake style course, 3 bowls and heaps of ledges, rails and ramps. The original peanut bowl has been left, however slightly reshaped and it now features swimming pool style coping. There is […]

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Pakenham Skatepark is has lots of great transitions with a spine, extensions, ramps, boxes and quarters at each end that keeps a really good flow from one side of the park to the other. A popular park for the scooters and a great place for mini ramp skateboarders. The New Pakenham Skatepark is a huge […]

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