Latrobe Skatepark

Latrobe Skatepark

Latrobe Skatepark can be found next to the Latrobe Youth Center in the heart of Latrobe Tasmania. The skatepark has been added to and upgraded over the years to what we see today. Featuring a big open bowl, a spine, ledges, euro gap, basketball court, circle flat rail...
Cambell Town Skatepark

Cambell Town Skatepark

Cambell Town Skatepark in the middle of Tasmania is a smaller sized concrete street style park with transitions on either end and a few features in the middle. The skatepark has several ledges, two stairs and a circle flat-down rail. Surprisingly Cambell Town...
Orford Skatepark

Orford Skatepark

 Orford Skatepark on Tasmania's beautiful east coast is something. We're not entirely sure what it is, nevertheless, it looks like an attempt of a skatepark and a contender for Australia's worst skate spots. The skatepark sits on a small concrete slab and...
EC Skatepark Hobart

EC Skatepark Hobart

  EC Skatepark Hobart also referred to as Elizabeth College Skatepark can be found in Hobart's Northern suburbs. The concrete skatepark is as fresh as any that you will find in Tasmania with the surface still as smooth as a baby's bum. The skateboard park offers...
Launceston Skatepark

Launceston Skatepark

 Launceston Skatepark is one of a few skateparks in the city and the beez-neez of all the parks in the area. The skatepark is showing it's age and starting to wear and tear in places that we have come to expect, nevertheless would have been one of the best in Tasmania...
Mallacoota Skatepark

Mallacoota Skatepark

Mallacoota Skatepark comprises of a medium sized concrete slab with a number of steel features scattered throughout the park. Features include a large bank and quarter along with a spine, rails and a unique euro gap style box in the middle. The skatepark is showing...
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 skate competitions...
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 overshadowed by...
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 scooters...
Bondi Skatepark

Bondi Skatepark

 Bondi Skatepark is one of Australia's biggest and best skateparks that can be found on the beautiful Bondi Beach just meters away from the sand and crashing waves. The world-class famous skatepark has been host to several of Australia's largest skateboarding...
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 foot...
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 the...
Railway Park Skatepark Queanbeyan

Railway Park Skatepark Queanbeyan

 Railway Park Skatepark Queanbeyan has been updated over the years to become what we know of it today. The concrete skatepark is reasonably sized and has an open flow that makes it feel even bigger. There are heaps of smaller mellow quarters that have awesome...
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...
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...
St Helens Park Skatepark

St Helens Park Skatepark

 St Helens Park Skatepark is a super fun skateboard park with heaps of small mellow features littered throughout. With ledges, stairs, quarters, banks, ramps and humps just to name a few, St Helens Park Skatepark should entertain most skaters, scooters and...