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Tugun Skatepark Gold Coast QLD Skate Parks

Tugun Skatepark is uniquely located at the northern end of the Gold Coast Airport in Tugun QLD. With the geographical location of the park, it is hard not to stop as each big jet plane takes off or touches down depending on the wind direction.The skatepark was one of the first to pop up in […]

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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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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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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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North Melbourne Skate Bowls

Meadow Heights Skatepark has one of Melbourne’s best skate bowls. The relatively new skate bowl (early 2010’s) has replaced the pre-existing half pipe in the centre of Buchan Street Reserve. Meadow Heights Skatepark was designed by our friends at Convic Skateparks and built by the hard working team at Precision Skate Parks.  The bowl features hips, […]

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Hume city council skateparks

Roxburgh Skatepark was designed by Precision Skate Parks and built in 2008 thanks to the team at Convic Skateparks. The street style skatepark has heaps of banks rails, ledges, stairs and even a couple of quarters. The park features a unique surface with large blocks opposed to a conventional concrete slab that we are more […]

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Melbourne Skateparks

 Heidelberg Skatepark is located off Southern Road, Heidelberg West. The skatepark offers a great street section with fun box, grind poles, ledges, banks, humps, jumps, quarters and a 3ft 3\4 bowl at the end. Heidelberg Skatepark also features the same double bowl that you might already be familiar with if you have skated Fitzroy Skate Bowl, Lilydale […]

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Melbourne Skateparks

Laverton Skatepark can be found in McCormack Park and has been expanded on over the years to create the skate space masterpiece that it is today. Originally Laverton Skatepark only had a few ledges and rails, however today features an expansive outlay of concrete to carve around on with a comprehensive display of street obstacles […]

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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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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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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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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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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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