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Vert Ramps Melbourne

Epping Vert Ramp has been a part of Melbourne’s skateboarding scene before razor scooters became popular. The large 10ft steel vert ramp is a testament to the old school days where vert skating used to rule. Epping Vert Ramp is surprisingly still in great condition and has obviously been well maintained over the years. The […]

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Riverwalk Skatepark Melbourne

Riverwalk Skate Plaza is one of the latest skateparks to pop up in Werribee. The street style skatepark has heaps of space as it was built next to a full size concrete basketball court, although the features are not nearly as expansive. You can find the skatepark in Riverwalk Village Park, a modern park with […]

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Melbourne Skateparks Tarneit

Tarneit Skatepark is a small park located in the middle of Ecoville Community Park, Tarneit. The skatepark focuses on the street features that are scattered around. It also has it’s signature 3 ft mini ramp at the end with the gap on one side of the ramp, which you may have seen in pics elsewhere. The […]

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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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New Melbourne Skatepark

Bayswater Ledges is a very small street style skatepark built into a basketball court. The skatepark features a selection of ledges, all with purpose built steel coping. Bayswater Ledges potentially has Melbourne’s mellowest ramp alongside a couple of rails and set of 3 stairs. Although there are limited obstacles, there is still a large smooth […]

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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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Monbulk Skatepark, Monbulk, Melbourne, Vic

Monbulk Skatepark has a lot to offer for its size. Built by Convic Skateparks, the vintage skate spot has maintained its place in modern skating, however is often over run with two too many BMX’ers. Monbulk Skatepark was designed ahead of its time as it Features a rad 5 ft concrete mini ramp with traditional steel […]

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Hamlyn Heights Skatepark Geelong Vic

Hamlyn Heights Skatepark or also referred to as Vines Road skatepark was designed and constructed by Convic Skateparks in the early 2000’s. The skatepark is weirdly located in the middle of a school, however is still available to skate by anyone at anytime although we would recommend avoiding the after school rush. In saying that, […]

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The Apollo Bay Skatepark is located on the foreshore and can’t be missed from the Great Ocean Road. The Skatepark is on a decent sized, smooth concrete slab with a couple of feature obstacles in the middle and a selection of quarters and ramps on either side for you to pump between and choose how […]

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Benella Skatepark, Benella Victoria Aus 1

Benalla Skatepark has been upgraded over the years and now features a huge 10 ft bowl along with the original 7 ft mini ramp and various steel fun boxes and quarters. The concrete extension makes the skatepark much more versatile for skaters and scooters. The steel half pipe is showing its age, nevertheless the concrete […]

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