Cherry Lake Skatepark
Cherry Lake Skatepark Altona

Cherry Lake Skatepark can be found next to the beautiful Cherry Lake in Altona. The skatepark is located just a short stroll away from the carpark, in the middle of flowing green fields, playgrounds, BBQ facilities and some of Melbourne’s best scenic push bike tracks. The small beginners’ skatepark is in the middle of miniature […]

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Point Cook Skatepark

Point Cook Ledges is a reasonably sized open concrete surface with several ledges scattered around the outskirts. The street style skatepark additionally features a small kicker that is built into a larger symmetrical up-down ledge. Point Cook Ledges are built into a basketball court so skaters and ballers alike have to get along. The entire […]

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Lyola Reserve Skatepark Werribee Vic1

Loyola Reserve Skatepark can be found in Loyola Reserve, Werribee, next to the multipurpose basketball court. The street style skatepark can easily be overlooked as it only contains a few ledges, rails, bank and a hump. All of the obstacles are in a line and only accessible to hit on one side as they double […]

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Truganina Skatepark Greater Melbourne

Truganina Skatepark was constructed in early 2010’s and is nestled between a playground, a sports field and a school. Overall it is a very small skatepark with steps, ledges, banks and one HUGE rail. Truganiina Skatepark is definitely different and deserves street-cred for originality, however being original does not always equal quality. The sloping banks on […]

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Kilsyth South Skatepark

Kilsyth South Skatepark has a small snake run with a single ledge and rail. The concrete is rough and has heaps of cracks throughout the park. The Skater Maps team have loved seeing new snake runs and pump tracks popping up around Victoria, however Kilsyth South Skatepark falls short of the flat bar. There are no […]

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Corio Bowls, Corio Geelong Skateparks

Corio Bowls consists of three different shaped and sized concrete skate bowls all without coping. The smallest bowl is more of a skate dish (Also referred to as a ‘paint tray’) with mellow banks on all sides. The middle bowl is oblong that is missing one half of the quarter wall You will have to […]

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Warralily Skatepark or ‘Skate Thing’ is located next to the W Boulevard Playground and boasts all the park facilities you could dream of including water fountains and a public toilet. The actual skatepark is a street style set up, built in to basketball court. There are several ledges, rails and a rad bank with coping […]

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Dandenong BMX Park, Hemmings Park, Vic 1

Dandenong BMX Park features two different concrete courses. The main course starts with a down ramp and follows with three large jumps in a row, before coming face to face with a 5ft quarter at the end. The small course is more of a circuit that has two smaller jumps and a vale-drone style sloping […]

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Jan Juc Skatepark

Jan Juc Skatepark has a bank on one end, a small feature in the middle and a 2ft quarter with steel coping at the other end. The concrete skatepark backs onto a half size basketball court that offers a bit more space to master your tricks. The concrete is smooth, however the grass is always […]

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Vic Uni Skatepark Melton South Melbourne Vic

Vic Uni Skatepark is more of a course than a conventional skatepark. The skatepark is on the corner of Rees Rd and Straughton St, Melton South. Vic Uni is roughly 1.5 meters wide and 50 meters long that connect together as a square. Featuring Two large 5ft humps with quarters running of each side with […]

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Cranbourne Ledges, Ray Perry Park Skatepark Melbourne Victoria

Cranbourne Ledges can be found opposite KFC in Perry Park and runs between Clarendon St and Brunt St Cranbourne. The Skatepark is a street course with a snaking 1.5m wide walkway that covers roughly 70 meters in total. The name says it all, with the same repetitive steel obstacle with a couple of different features […]

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Pines Skatepark, Frankston Skateparks Victoria

Pines Skatepark, is a newish park with concrete features on a concrete/asphalt runway (200m long and 8m wide) located in the Monterey Community Park (behind the pool). The park has some interesting features for street skaters including a down rail and down rail over a 6 stair, ledges, manual pads, a funny little down up […]

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Seaford Skatepark Vic | Skateparks near me

Seaford Skatepark, in Seaford North Reserve, is a concrete street park with quarter at one end, down rail stairs and ledge in the middle, then a flat section with banks, manual pad and flat rail before you get to a roll in up the end. Not heaps of variety and no flow at all to […]

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Merrigum Skatepark Victoria

Merrigum Skatepark, Located off Morrissey Street (next to the Lions Park) consists of a series of prefabricated metal features (designed by ‘Rampage’), which have since been supplemented by some concrete features. The park has a quarter, split direction quarter which could be good for transfers, a spine feature, funbox with ledge and a ‘ski jump’ […]

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Woodend Skatepark Victoria

Woodend Skatepark is located on Margery Crescent off Forest St, Woodend, VIC (next to the community center, pool and tennis courts). It is a small concrete slab style Skatepark set out in a thin strip. Starting up one end there is a hubba, down rail or bank (or euro gap if coming back up). From […]

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