Dulwich Hill Skate Park

Dulwich Hill Skate Park

The old school Dulwich Hill Skate Park, located in Sydney’s inner west, is something to admire and a part of skateboarding history.  Dulwich Hill Skate Park has been upgraded several times over the years. The original snake run remains at the park’s top...
Sydney Park Skate Park

Sydney Park Skate Park

If not the best, at least one of the best skateparks in Australia, we present to you Sydney Park Skatepark.  Not much more to say for this one. Five stars with steeze.  SYDNEY PARK SKATEPARK WEATHER NSW SKATEPARKS Dulwich Hill Skate Park The old school Dulwich Hill...
Albury Skate Park

Albury Skate Park

One of the best skateparks in the NSW, if not the entire of Australia, Albury boasts of its recent claim to skateboarding fame with the now-famous Albury Skate Park.  Pictures do not do this rad skatepark justice. It was so beautiful to see how many kids took...
Gundagai Pump Track

Gundagai Pump Track

The Gundagai Pump Track is a super well thought out and designed pump track that would be rad to ride on a bike or scooter. Unfortunately, the concrete is very rough and not supper appealing for skaters unless you have a long or penny board with bigger wheels, brand...
Macksville Skate Park

Macksville Skate Park

Macksville has come through with the goods and is one of our favourite skateparks in Northern NSW. The recently constructed skateboard park has remnants of what was there to remind us how lucky we are for the fresh new skatepark with a super cool, versatile design....
Nabiac Skatepark

Nabiac Skatepark

The famous Nambiac Skatepark is just off the Pacific Highway. The skatepark features a reasonably sized slab of ageing, rough concrete with a handful of obstacles to skate. An old school design with some larger quarters. Unfortunately, the bakery had run out of a lot...
Surry Hills Skate Bowl

Surry Hills Skate Bowl

The infamous Surry Hills Skate Bowl is a small, mellow, awkwardly shaped skate bowl with conventional steel coping and a couple of extensions. A couple of symmetrical extensions are directly opposite one another and make the skatepark slightly more versatile as it...
Russell Crowe Skatepark

Russell Crowe Skatepark

Located next to the Rooster’s footy stadium, the Russell Crowe Skatepark is not a large park but has smooth concrete and a few rad street features. The small street style skatepark is still a rad little street park with different features and slanted ledges. The...
Fernside Skatepark

Fernside Skatepark

The street-oriented Fernside Skatepark is the one-stop shop for street skaters.  Once upon a time, the skatepark consisted primarily of a mini ramp. Fortunately, the council has left the pimping mini ramp and added a massive extension with the street features. There...
Gundagai Skatepark

Gundagai Skatepark

The Gundagai Skatepark is medium rare. The skatepark is laid out on a more traditional track/course that would probably be more fun on a scooter and BMX rather than skateboarders. Most of the features are all a similar size, and mini ramps can be created between a...
Holbrook Skate Park

Holbrook Skate Park

Located halfway between Sydney and Melbourne, just off the Hume HWY and next to a massive submarine, is the not so famous Holbrook Skatepark. The Holbrook Skateboard park is relatively old and starting to show its age. However, a great place to roll around and stretch...
Merimbula Skatepark

Merimbula Skatepark

This tiny minimalistic “park” features a box, bank and rail trio, as well as a shallow sloped bowl with no coping. Located at Berambool Oval, this awful excuse of a park serves as some of the smoothest concrete in Merimbula. The wooden half-pipe is no...
Pambula Skatepark

Pambula Skatepark

This amazing park is the shining star of the Far South Coast of NSW. Its dominating feature is the 9ft tiled vert ramp. Yet it also features 2 6ft open bowls linked by a spine, as well as a rail-less funbox, a skinny 9-stair hubba, a long 45-degree rainbow rail that...
Tathra Skatepark

Tathra Skatepark

Tathra Skateparks positioning is a large part of what makes it great. This disgustingly enormous open-ended bowl is nestled between an amazing fish & chips shop and Tathra Beach, with less than a minute walk to both. This park features a variety of deep...
Port Macquarie Skate Park

Port Macquarie Skate Park

The famous Port Macquarie Skate Park in NSW was designed and built by our good friends at Convic Skateparks. The concrete skate park is rad with more features than you could poke a stick at (or a skateboard).  This skatepark is one of Australia’s best with an...
Nambucca Heads Skatepark

Nambucca Heads Skatepark

The infamous Nambucca Heads Skateparks in NSW is a concrete masterpiece with heaps of hips, banks, ledges and much more. The concrete skatepark was designed and built by our friends at Oasis Skate Park. The skatepark features a couple of open bowls that are roughly...
Wagga Wagga Skate Park

Wagga Wagga Skate Park

One of the biggest attractions in Wagga Wagga is the huge concrete skatepark that can be found in the middle of Bolton Park. The skateboard park was designed by our friends at Convic Skateparks and built by the legends at Precision Parks. Bolton Park Skate Park has...
Evans Head Skatepark

Evans Head Skatepark

Evans Head Skatepark, located on the northern beaches of NSW, is a rad little open park with several pre-fab features, a mean skate bowl, and several other mellow concrete transitions, ledges, banks and more. EVANS HEAD SKATEPARK WEATHER NSW SKATEPARKS Dulwich Hill...