Greenvale Skatepark
sunbury skateboard park Victoria aus

Sunbury Skatepark had almost everything that a skater could have wished for when it was originally constructed. Over time it has dated as the kids are looking for smaller mellower street features with an open flow. Thanks to the dream team skatepark design collaboration of Playce and Baseplate, Sunbury might have one of the best […]

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Hillside Skatepark can be found next to the Hillside football field. The small concrete skatepark was constructed in the mid 2000’s obviously someone, but whom we wish we knew. Hillside Skatepark consists of a couple of quarters at each end with a selection of featured obstacles in the middle. Although it is only a small […]

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Diggers Rest Skateboard Park

Designed and constructed by one of the best in the business, Convic Skateparks proves yet again why their skateparks can withhold the test of time. Considering that Diggers Rest Skatepark was built in the late 1990’s, the design is still credible and the concrete is in as good a condition if not better than many recently […]

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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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Hume city council skateparks

Roxburgh Skatepark was designed by Precision Skate Parks and built in 2008 thanks to the team at Convic Skateparks. The street style skatepark has heaps of banks rails, ledges, stairs and even a couple of quarters. The park features a unique surface with large blocks opposed to a conventional concrete slab that we are more […]

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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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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 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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