Belconnen Skatepark

Belconnen Skatepark

Belconnen Skatepark is Canberra’s best and potentially Australia’s top skatepark. The skatepark was originally constructed in the early ’90s featuring the famous keyhole bowl that we know of as the Belco Bowl, home to one of Australia’s largest...
Gungahlin Skatepark

Gungahlin Skatepark

Gungahlin Skatepark is starting to show its age, nevertheless an awesome skatepark with bowls, street features and quarters. The concrete skateboard park would have been the bomb back in the day and is still a lot of fun to roll around on today. The large open bowl...
Eddison Skatepark

Eddison Skatepark

Eddison Skatepark once boasted of being the best skatepark in Australia when it was first opened in the late ‘2000s. Unluckily or luckily depending on which way you look at it, Eddison Skatepark is no longer even the best skatepark in Canberra as it is...
Weston Creek Skatepark

Weston Creek Skatepark

Weston Creek Skatepark was constructed in the early ‘2000s and once claimed the title of Canberra’s best skatepark. Weston Creek Skatepark features a large concrete surface with some big transitions and open bowls. The skatepark is still very popular with...
Crace Ledges

Crace Ledges

Crace Ledges is a street style skatepark in Canberra’s northern suburbs. The street-oriented skatepark comprises of a handful of ledges. Most of the ledges are flat, although there is one with a bit of gradient to it. The ledges are all very similar, roughly one...
Tuggeranong Skatepark

Tuggeranong Skatepark

Tuggeranong Skatepark, although made out of concrete, has been around since the stone age. The huge skatepark has most things you could wish for in a skate facility with everything from vert to street and most things in between. There are two large vert ramps, heaps...
Erindale Skatepark

Erindale Skatepark

Erindale Skatepark is also known as Erindale Banks for reasons we don’t need to explain. The skatepark is featured in in heaps of skate vids as it is one of the most iconic skateparks in Australia. The skatepark has withstood the test of time and is still one of...
Franklin Dish

Franklin Dish

Franklin Dish Skatepark comprises of two small open skate bowls. The skate bowls are constructed from concrete and have very gradual/mellow edges that are more of a bank than any traditional coping you might come to expect at a skate bowl. Even though Franklin Dish is...
Kambah Bowl

Kambah Bowl

Kambah Bowl is a piece of Australian skateboarding history. It has been locked for many years and people rarely jump the fence unless they are a pro skater that has come to town or a photographer as we were. The vintage skatepark has almost as much vert as a mega...
Lanyon Skatepark

Lanyon Skatepark

Lanyon Skatepark has a prefab bank on one end with a quarter at the other. Between the prefab features is an obstacle in the middle that is actually built into the skatepark. There is also a rail and a ledge that should cater to most street skaters. The prefab...
Charnwood Bowl

Charnwood Bowl

Charnwood Bowl is one of Canberra’s oldest skateparks that was constructed in the late ’70s. The skate bowl is also one of ACT’s more iconic skateparks with its signature snake run. The snake run is showing it’s age and is certainly not the...
Fadden Skatepark

Fadden Skatepark

Fadden Skateboard Park located in Fadden Park is another vintage skatepark in the ACT to withstand the test of time. The concrete open bowl slants off in one direction and features a large quarter and a rail. Although there is steel coping on the quarter, you will not...
Teddybear Park Skatepark

Teddybear Park Skatepark

Teddybear Park Skatepark also know as Macarthur Community Park Skatepark. The skatepark is built on top of a basketball court and consists of a single flat bank and quarter ramp. The concrete is smooth and the transition between the features is as good as anyone could...
Richardson Bowl

Richardson Bowl

Richardson Bowl is an antique skatepark in Richardson ACT. The skate bowl has an open flow and tapers off on both sides. There is some traditional steel coping on one half that would have been ahead of it’s times when originally constructed. Although Richardson...
Kippax Mini Ramp

Kippax Mini Ramp

Kippax Mini Ramp is one of many mini skate ramps in the ACT. The mini ramps were built in the late ’90s and are still in great condition. Kippax Mini Ramp like the rest of the mini ramps in Greater Canberra is surrounded by tanbark so you should try to pack a...
Campbell Mini Ramp

Campbell Mini Ramp

Campbell Mini Ramp is yet another identical mini skate ramp in the ACT. The mini ramps were built in the late ’90s in the ACT. Campbell Mini Ramp alike all of the mini ramps in Greater Canberra is surrounded by tanbark so you should try to pack a broom or leaf...
Stirling Mini Ramp

Stirling Mini Ramp

Stirling Mini Ramp in Weston Creek ACT is another identical mini skateboard ramp in Greater Canberra. The mini ramps were built in the late ’90s in the ACT. Stirling Mini Ramp is surrounded by tanbark so you should try to pack a broom or leaf blower along with...
Telopea Park Mini Ramp

Telopea Park Mini Ramp

Telopea Park Mini Ramp can be found just a couple of blocks away from Australia’s Parliament House. One of several mini skateboard ramps that were constructed in the late ’90s in and around Canberra. The only downside to these mini ramps is that they all...
Rivett Mini Ramp

Rivett Mini Ramp

Rivett Mini Ramp in Rivett ACT is one of several mini skateboard ramps that were constructed in the late ’90s in and around Canberra. All of the mini skate ramps are identical and surprisingly a lot of fun. The only downside to these mini ramps is that they all...
The Yard Skate Park

The Yard Skate Park

Built by Convic, The Yard Skate Park makes the most out of a small space by jamming in heaps of features and obstacles. It is the only skatepark in the centre of Canberra and a rad place to skate / hang out. Located next to the small skatepark is an even smaller...