Epping Skatepark
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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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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Vert Ramps Melbourne

Epping Vert Ramp has been a part of Melbourne’s skateboarding scene before razor scooters became popular. The large 10ft steel vert ramp is a testament to the old school days where vert skating used to rule. Epping Vert Ramp is surprisingly still in great condition and has obviously been well maintained over the years. The […]

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Melbourne Skateparks

 Heidelberg Skatepark is located off Southern Road, Heidelberg West. The skatepark offers a great street section with fun box, grind poles, ledges, banks, humps, jumps, quarters and a 3ft 3\4 bowl at the end. Heidelberg Skatepark also features the same double bowl that you might already be familiar with if you have skated Fitzroy Skate Bowl, Lilydale […]

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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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Skate Park Eltham

Eltham Skatepark is another skatepark designed and built by Convic Skateparks. The concrete skatepark has a large 6ft 3/4 bowl that opens up to a smaller 3ft quarter on one side and an even larger 7ft extension on the other. There is a random feature hump in the middle of the park that isn’t very […]

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Reservoir Mini Skate Ramp

Reservoir Mini Ramp features a 6ft steel mini ramp with 8ft vert extension. It is a super fun skate ramp with smooth transitions and is in immaculate condition after its restoration. The skatepark was originally only the mini ramp, however has been added to with a recently constructed street section and public basketball court. The […]

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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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Wangaratta Skatepark, Wangaratta Victoria 1

Wangaratta Skatepark is Located only a short skate from the centre of Wangaratta, opposit Rotary Park on Schilling Dr. Wangaratta Skatepark is a concrete park with a range of quarter ramps, ledges, rails, banks, stairs, funbox’ and a large spine. Wangaratta skatepark accommodates for all skateboarders, scooters and BMX’ers as it provides a huge range […]

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Chiltern Mini Ramp Skatepark, Chiltern Vic

Chiltern Skatepark is essentially a half pipe with varying sized quarters. Located on Conness Street, Chiltern, this skatepark is a smaller build than most but still offers great versatility with its selection of quarters and ramps. Unwelcoming to street style, this park is quite isolated to the vert style of skateboarding but promises to be […]

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Wallam Skatepark, Wallam, Victoria, Aus 1

Wallan Skatepark located off Bentick Street, Wallan. The skatepark is a contemporary concrete park packed with ledges, rails and gaps for you to play on. Approximately an hours drive north from the CBD, the park offers assorted sections scattered around the park for skaters to pick and choose what they want to take on. Endless […]

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Wodonga Skatepark, Wodonga, Vic James Scott Memorial Skatepark 1

Wodonga Skatepark (a.k.a. James Scott Memorial Skatepark) at Willow Park, Wodonga located off Pearce St is one of two parks located in Wodonga. Having been redeveloped in 2012, after considerations from the skating community, the relatively new skatepark offers urban plaza elements (rails, steps and ledges) as well as banked walls and a funbox. Further […]

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