Coober Pedy Skatepark

Coober Pedy Skatepark

In the middle of South Australia is a rad little town called Coober Pedy that boasts an epic little skatepark. The town is rural, and the skatepark would apprentice a broom if you came. All this was to skate. With all honesty, Coober Pedy Skatepark is not a...
Brighton Skatepark

Brighton Skatepark

The not-so-famous Brighton Skatepark can be found just north of Hobart in beautiful Tasmania.  The Skateboard park is located in the middle of a gorgeous green park on Racecourse Rd, Brighton, Tasmania.  The concrete skatepark has banks on either side, a number of...
Minta Estate Skatepark

Minta Estate Skatepark

The new Minta Estate Skatepark in Berwick, Victoria, is a pretty sweet street park with an open flow and quarters to keep your momentum. There are a couple of rails, banks, slappy curb, quarters and more. The opposite end of the skatepark features a bank. The concrete...
Alma Treloar Pump Truck

Alma Treloar Pump Truck

In the middle of Alma Treloar Reserve is a rad tarmac pump track. The pump track is designed for BMX’ers, although it can be appreciated by all. The tarmac is relatively smooth, and the track design is rad with several options.  On the other side of Alma Treloar...
Eliston District Skate Park

Eliston District Skate Park

The fresh concrete that makes Eliston District Skate Park in Clyde, Victoria, is super smooth, comprising of a couple of quarters, a euro gap, ledges and a single rail.  The small skate park is located in the middle of Eliston District Park. The skateboard park is a...
Arcadia Reserve Skatepark

Arcadia Reserve Skatepark

The new Arcadia Reserve Skatepark can be found in Rowville, Victoria. The small street-style skatepark features a concrete box with steel edges, a circular steel rail and a bank that can also be used as a jump. The skateboard park also has an extensive area of...
Dulwich Hill Skate Park

Dulwich Hill Skate Park

The old school Dulwich Hill Skate Park, located in Sydney’s inner west, is something to admire and a part of skateboarding history.  Dulwich Hill Skate Park has been upgraded several times over the years. The original snake run remains at the park’s top...
Gundagai Pump Track

Gundagai Pump Track

The Gundagai Pump Track is a super well thought out and designed pump track that would be rad to ride on a bike or scooter. Unfortunately, the concrete is very rough and not supper appealing for skaters unless you have a long or penny board with bigger wheels, brand...
Violet Town Skatepark

Violet Town Skatepark

Violet Town has been blessed with considerable upgrades to their otherwise very dated skatepark. The new park is located next to the old and features a rad open double bowl on smooth concrete and traditional steel coping. The old skatepark comprises one large 6 ft...
Nabiac Skatepark

Nabiac Skatepark

The famous Nambiac Skatepark is just off the Pacific Highway. The skatepark features a reasonably sized slab of ageing, rough concrete with a handful of obstacles to skate. An old school design with some larger quarters. Unfortunately, the bakery had run out of a lot...
Holbrook Skate Park

Holbrook Skate Park

Located halfway between Sydney and Melbourne, just off the Hume HWY and next to a massive submarine, is the not so famous Holbrook Skatepark. The Holbrook Skateboard park is relatively old and starting to show its age. However, a great place to roll around and stretch...
Newhaven Mini Skate Ramp

Newhaven Mini Skate Ramp

Newhaven Mini Skate Ramp is an old but still very rad and relevant steel mini ramp. The 3-foot mini is symmetrical besides a small extension on one side. There are stairs to lead you up to a rad little wooden platform that can be found on both sides.  A super fun mini...
East Devonport Skatepark

East Devonport Skatepark

Pioneer Park Skatepark, also referred to as East Devonport Skatepark, is another fun skate spot in the north of Tasmania. The concrete skateboard park is starting to show its age, but it is still a super fun and relevant park with an array of quarters, street...
Federal Skatepark

Federal Skatepark

Federal Skatepark is a slick piece of concrete that is definitely not as smooth as it was one up a time. The skateboard park comes fully equipped with the standard basketball hoop that we often find at these beautiful concrete jungles. The street style skateboard park...
Gympie Skatepark

Gympie Skatepark

Nelson Reserve Skatepark in Gympie QLD is also referred to as just Gympie Skatepark. The concrete park has been updated over the years. However, even the latest addition is starting to show its age. The original bowl is a bit of a waste of space but not too dissimilar...
Apex Skatepark

Apex Skatepark

Apex Skatepark on Queensland’s beautiful Sunshine Coast is a cool open park with street, transitions, pump and mini ramps. The concrete has seen better days, but the skateboard park is still super fun. Roll on down and let us know what you think of Apex...
Bargara Skatepark

Bargara Skatepark

Bargara Skatepark is another old yet versatile skate spot on the Sunshine Coast of Australia. The skateboard park is probably better suited to the BMX’ers and scooters with large quarters and free-flowing features. The mini ramp is not that mini, and the...
New Norfolk Skatepark

New Norfolk Skatepark

New Norfolk Skatepark can be located north of Hobart in beautiful Tasmania. The skatepark, on the other hand, is not as beautiful as the rest of the state and definitely doesn’t add as a tourist attraction. New Norfolk Skatepark is still better than no skatepark...
Dover Skatepark

Dover Skatepark

Dover Skatepark in Tasmania is an old rough concrete park with a large skate bowl and a selection of other features. The park is probably best suited for BMX and scooter riders that want to get some serious airtime. The bowl comes standard with steel concrete, and a...