Greenvale Skatepark
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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Mullumbimby Skatepark NSW

Mullumbimby Skatepark has more transitions than half of the skateparks in the area put together. If you like your small transitions as much as the skaters at Skater Maps, then you will find it hard to argue that this isn’t the best skatepark in the vicinity. Mullumbimby Skatepark features bowl after bowl after bowl that somehow […]

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Coolangatta Skate Park

Coolangatta Skatepark can be  found in Goodwin Park, which is a short skate of only a couple of blocks from the beach. The street style skatepark has almost everything a street skater or scooter punk could wish for considering it has Australia’s best wave just around the corner. Most of the objects are unique to […]

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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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Presidents Park Skatepark Werribee

Werribee Skatepark opened in the early 2000’s and at the time revolutionised skatepark design not only within Australia, but around the globe. Werribee Skatepark has been boasted as Australia’s best park by many. With a huge concrete surface and a range of unique obstacles and features skaters will be kept busy as a bee for […]

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Jacana Skatepark Broadmeadows Skate Parks

Designed and built by Oasis Skate Parks, Jacana Skatepark is the best skatepark in the area by a country mile. The reasonably sized concrete skatepark has heaps of transitions and banks scattered through out. There is also a handful of street obstacles for the street skaters to smash their shins against. The highlight of Jacana […]

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Melbourne Skatepark directory

Fawkner Skatepark is a rad park with heaps of different unique features that you wont find anywhere else in Melbourne. The skatepark was updated in 2013 with fresh designs provided by en:locus, catering for varying skill levels. There are transitions for days with a reasonably sized open bowl along with humps, knuckles and feature islands […]

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Reservoir Skatepark

Reservoir Skatepark was once a contender for Melbourne’s worst skatepark, however it was upgraded in 2013 and is now amongst Melbourne’s best street skateparks. The skatepark upgrade was designed by Playce and incorporates heaps of recycled objects that you may find on a typical Melbourne street. The award winning design has attracted attention to the legit […]

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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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Sunshine Plaza Skate Park Melbourne

Sunshine Plaza Skatepark is the latest solution to help solve Melbourne’s demand for more street style plazas from the growing skateboarding and scooter community. The skate plaza is another of Convic Skateparks smooth creations showcasing their design and construction skills. Sunshine Plaza has heaps of unique features that you wont find anywhere else. For example, […]

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Warrnambool Skatepark, Warrnambool Vic

Warrnambool Skatepark is a large concrete skatepark offering a collection of ramps, half pipes, bowls and a rad street section. The largest half pipe is 7ft with a slightly smaller and thiner 6ft section that tapers of with a hip on one side. The 5ft half pipe moulds into a mellow 1/4 bowl with no […]

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Highpoint Plaza can be found near the Highpoint Shopping Centre and right next to the ‘Highpoint Shopping Centre Tram Stop’. The street style skatepark is one of Melbourne’s largest skate plaza’s with countless rails, ledges ramps and gaps. The Skatepark / plaza was built and designed in collaboration with Playce and Baseplate, where partnerships are becoming a […]

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