Suffolk Park Skatepark
Suffolk Park Skatepark NSW

Suffolk Park Skatepark was originally constructed in 2007, however was added to ten years later due to popular demand and the lack of skateparks in Byron Bay. The original skatepark is relatively conventional, especially compared to the recently added section. Our favour section is the link between the two. The skatepark extension that was added […]

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Bangalow Skatepark

Bangalow Skatepark is located between the Bangalow Bowling Club and Byron Creek. The skatepark features a large kidney bowl with poolside style coping, double flow bowl with spine and a super cool street section that at the very least looks different and fun to ride. The $180,000 skatepark has been well received in the broader […]

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Mullumbimby Skatepark NSW

Mullumbimby Skatepark has more transitions than half of the skateparks in the area put together. If you like your small transitions as much as the skaters at Skater Maps, then you will find it hard to argue that this isn’t the best skatepark in the vicinity. Mullumbimby Skatepark features bowl after bowl after bowl that somehow […]

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Byron Bay Skatepark NSW

Byron Bay may be one of Australia’s most popular tourist destinations as a result of the breathtaking views, attractions and culture, however the skatepark is certainly not a contributing factor. Skatepark or Skate Spot, we are also unsure what to classify the Byron Bay skate facility. Don’t get too disappointed if you are traveling to […]

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Skateparks Near Me

The Murray Shire Council are stoked to show off their $440,000 Moama Echuca Community Skate Park. The Skatepark was constructed in 2011 and connects to the previous skatepark. The contrast between the new and the old skatepark is hard to miss and serves as a great example of how we can add to existing parks […]

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