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Brunswick Heads Skatepark NSW

Brunswick Heads Skatepark features a deformed peanut shaped bowl with hips and even a deep section for the big boys. For a medium sized skatepark, Brunswick Heads Skatepark also has an extensive array of street obstacles in-between the selection of ramps and quarters. Probably one of the best skateparks in the vicinity offering a great […]

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Skateparks Near Me Greater Melbourne

Newbury Blvd Skatepark is the latest and greatest concrete masterpiece of a skatepark to come out of Craigieburn Vic. The skatepark is super smooth, very mellow and extremely fun. Newbury Skatepark was designed by our friends at Baseplate with heaps of unique elements that we are not even going to attempt to name. NEWBURY BLV SKATEPARK […]

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Craigieburn Skate Bowl Skatepark

Craigieburn Bowl or otherwise referred to as Craigieburn Skatepark is another vintage skatepark in Melbourne’s northern suburbs with rough concrete. The skatepark features a double bowl with the option of tackling the spine or the less intimidating hump. The concrete skate bowl also comes fully equipped with traditional steel coping, which might surprise some, considering […]

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Tullamarine Skateparks Near Melbourne

Gladstone Park Skatepark can be found in Elmhurst Road Reserve, Gladstone Park Vic. The ageing street park has seen better days, nevertheless, it still has a few fun features including a rail, block, stairs, hubber, kicker, ledge, banks and more. The concrete is not what it once was with cracks popping up all over the […]

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Geelong Skatepark Plaza

Geelong Waterfront Skatepark has been the benchmark for skatepark design and architecture. The street style skatepark is also referred to as Waterfront Plaza which is much more fitting considering you won’t find a single transition in the entire park. Located in the heart of Geelong there was once a bit of controversy around building the […]

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Presidents Park Skatepark Werribee

Werribee Skatepark opened in the early 2000’s and at the time revolutionised skatepark design not only within Australia, but around the globe. Werribee Skatepark has been boasted as Australia’s best park by many. With a huge concrete surface and a range of unique obstacles and features skaters will be kept busy as a bee for […]

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New Bannockburn Skate Park Vic

Bannockburn Skatepark is another masterpiece built by our friends at Convic Skateparks. The concrete skatepark replaces the previous park, however nothing about Bannockburn Skatepark is original. There is a rad 4 ft mini ramp at one end with a small extension, a large feature bank that mashes with a ledge, another ledge off to the side of […]

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Skate Park Torquay skatepark Vic

Torquay Skatepark was once the best skatepark on the surf coast of Vic and is still punching above it’-s weight for an older skatepark. The concrete skatepark has a rad double bowl at one end with a spine separating the two as well as a roll in alternative for those that are too intimidated by […]

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Woodlea Skatepark Woodlea Vic Australia1

Woodlea Skatepark can be found in Frontier Park next to the gigantic playground. The small skatepark is made out of concrete and is still as smooth as the day it was laid. There are a variety of features including rails, stairs, banks, ledges and a quarter just to name a few. For a small skatepark, […]

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Greater Geelong Skateparks Moriac Skate park

Moriac Skatepark was built in the the late 1990’s and has been well maintained and even added to over the years with new features including roll-ins and flat rails. Moriac skatepark has had some wear and tear over the years, however is currently looking as smooth as a baby’s bum. Moriac has a variety of […]

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