Point Cook Skatepark
Point Cook Skatepark Vic

Point Cook Skatepark features a large bowl and a few ledges scattered around the outskirts. Designed and built by Convic Skateparks, Point Cook Skatepark has been among the first skateparks built in an area that is now flooded with recently constructed skateparks and skate spots.  The large concrete skate bowl is 6ft deep in the shallow […]

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Lyola Reserve Skatepark Werribee Vic1

Loyola Reserve Skatepark can be found in Loyola Reserve, Werribee, next to the multipurpose basketball court. The street style skatepark can easily be overlooked as it only contains a few ledges, rails, bank and a hump. All of the obstacles are in a line and only accessible to hit on one side as they double […]

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Truganina Skatepark Greater Melbourne

Truganina Skatepark was constructed in early 2010’s and is nestled between a playground, a sports field and a school. Overall it is a very small skatepark with steps, ledges, banks and one HUGE rail. Truganiina Skatepark is definitely different and deserves street-cred for originality, however being original does not always equal quality. The sloping banks on […]

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Melbourne Skatepark directory

Fawkner Skatepark is a rad park with heaps of different unique features that you wont find anywhere else in Melbourne. The skatepark was updated in 2013 with fresh designs provided by en:locus, catering for varying skill levels. There are transitions for days with a reasonably sized open bowl along with humps, knuckles and feature islands […]

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Leopold Skatepark, bellarine peninsula, Vic

Leopold Skatepark is a small concrete skatepark featuring a 4ft mini ramp that tapers off on each side forming banks. Leopold skatepark has been extended since it was originally constructed to include heaps more features and open up the skatable surface area. They have also constructed a shelter that provides some cover from the elements. […]

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Skate Park Eltham

Eltham Skatepark is another skatepark designed and built by Convic Skateparks. The concrete skatepark has a large 6ft 3/4 bowl that opens up to a smaller 3ft quarter on one side and an even larger 7ft extension on the other. There is a random feature hump in the middle of the park that isn’t very […]

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Reservoir Mini Skate Ramp

Reservoir Mini Ramp features a 6ft steel mini ramp with 8ft vert extension. It is a super fun skate ramp with smooth transitions and is in immaculate condition after its restoration. The skatepark was originally only the mini ramp, however has been added to with a recently constructed street section and public basketball court. The […]

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Reservoir Skatepark

Reservoir Skatepark was once a contender for Melbourne’s worst skatepark, however it was upgraded in 2013 and is now amongst Melbourne’s best street skateparks. The skatepark upgrade was designed by Playce and incorporates heaps of recycled objects that you may find on a typical Melbourne street. The award winning design has attracted attention to the legit […]

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Coburg Bowl, Harmony Skate Park

Harmony Skatepark was originally just known as Coberg Bowl, however has been added to and extended upon with heaps of other features, therefore is now commonly referred to as Harmony Skatepark or just Coberg Skatepark. The famous Coberg Bowl has been known as one of Melbourne’s best skate bowls. The kidney shaped bowl is 8 […]

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Sunshine Plaza Skate Park Melbourne

Sunshine Plaza Skatepark is the latest solution to help solve Melbourne’s demand for more street style plazas from the growing skateboarding and scooter community. The skate plaza is another of Convic Skateparks smooth creations showcasing their design and construction skills. Sunshine Plaza has heaps of unique features that you wont find anywhere else. For example, […]

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Melbourne Skateparks

Ascot Vale Skatepark is a small concrete park that can be found behind Wingate Avenue Community Centre. This vintage Melbourne skatepark has a 5ft quarter with traditional steel coping that tapers off on either side. The other end of the park has its signature bank and in the middle we have a few street features. […]

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Upwey Melbourne Skatepark

Upwey Skatepark was designed and built by Concrete Skateparks in 2001. The skatepark is still holding together and is barely shows its age or any significant wear and tear. The concrete skatepark is relatively small, however the flowing bank that meets with the curb of the road makes it feel much bigger. The skatepark has […]

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Kilsyth South Skatepark

Kilsyth South Skatepark has a small snake run with a single ledge and rail. The concrete is rough and has heaps of cracks throughout the park. The Skater Maps team have loved seeing new snake runs and pump tracks popping up around Victoria, however Kilsyth South Skatepark falls short of the flat bar. There are no […]

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Bulleen Skate Bowl Templestowe Lower VIC

Bulleen Skate Bowl was one of the earliest skate bowls built in Melbourne. The bowl has recently been extended to put it back on the map and regain its relevance in Melbourne skate destinations. The extension was designed by en:locus who engaged with the local old school skateboarders to help create a masterpiece out of a skatepark […]

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Warrnambool Skatepark, Warrnambool Vic

Warrnambool Skatepark is a large concrete skatepark offering a collection of ramps, half pipes, bowls and a rad street section. The largest half pipe is 7ft with a slightly smaller and thiner 6ft section that tapers of with a hip on one side. The 5ft half pipe moulds into a mellow 1/4 bowl with no […]

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Camperdown Vic Skate Park, Camperdown Victoria Skatepark

Camperdown Skatepark is another epic skatepark provided and maintained by the the Corangamite Shire. It was initially just two half pipes with a spine between them, however the skatepark has been extended, now offering a decent sized 6 ft 3/4 bowl with roll in, along with heaps of your usual street features that you would […]

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